The 17th Basketball Without Borders Europe tips off Wednesday in Belgrade, Serbia. Four men with Sacramento Kings ties will take part: Nemanja Bjelica, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Vlade Divac and Peja Stojakovic.
The Stockton Kings on Monday hired Ty Ellis as head coach of the Sacramento Kings’ G League affiliate. He replaces Darrick Martin, a former NBA player who led the team’s final two seasons as the Reno Bighorns.
Lil Wayne is suing Sacramento Kings point guard Frank Mason III, who allegedly left the rapper’s sports agency, Young Money APAA Sports, TMZ reported. Lil Wayne is seeking a repayment of $92,000 and a diamond chain.
The Sacramento Kings said Thursday that fans and community members donated a collective $15,000 on Wednesday for wildfire relief through the American Red Cross, which was then matched 100 percent by the team for a one-day total of $30,000.
The Sacramento Kings have a new fan, and they can thank Duke products Harry Giles III and Marvin Bagley III for that. A Twitter user on Monday posted a photo of his baby wearing a Kings onesie and a Duke knit cap.
Swinerton Builders, the San Francisco-based general contractor hired by the Sacramento Kings and JMA Ventures in 2014, now says the Kings and their partners, JMA Ventures, owe the contractor and subcontractors $25.7 million in unpaid bills, according to a suit filed Friday in Sacramento Superior Court.
Vince Carter, the oldest active player in the NBA, is leaving the Sacramento Kings. The 41-year-old Carter reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday. He’ll enter his NBA 21st season.
Point guard Yogi Ferrell had an interview on “The Jim Rome Show” on Monday to discuss why he chose to sign with the Sacramento Kings after reportedly changing his mind on a deal with the Dallas Mavericks.
A Twitter page impersonating Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN’s senior NBA insider, has recently posted tweets with players connected to the Sacramento Kings going to other teams, including Vince Carter and Kosta Koufos.
Days after Nemanja Bjelica reportedly reneged on a verbal agreement with the Philadelphia 76ers, saying that he wanted to stay in Europe, the 6-foot-10 forward agreed to a deal Friday with the Sacramento Kings.
The Sacramento Kings agreed to a two-year deal worth $6.2 million with guard Yogi Ferrell on Friday, according to Yahoo Sports. Ferrell averaged 10. 2 points, three rebounds and 2.5 assists per game for the Dallas Mavericks last season.
Celtics legend Bill Russell gave a one-finger salute to Sacramento Kings veteran Vince Carter during a summer league game. Though it's unclear what prompted the gesture from Russell, it's clear it was all in good fun between the two.