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Guard Langston Galloway will decline his player option for next season that would have paid him $5.4 million.
After the NBA draft, the Sacramento Kings could have as many as nine players with three years or less of NBA experience on next season’s roster.
Due to the heat wave, the Sacramento Kings are moving the previously scheduled Block Party inside to several Sacramento restaurants.
Kings reporter Jason Jones takes a look at what the Kings need, and who they might pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.
Instant Millionaires: Next crop of NBA rookies prepping for challenges beyond just basketball.
Meet Isaiah Hartenstein: A 19-year-old, soon-to-be NBA rookie who has been playing pro ball for years already.