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Kings To Face Heat On The Road Without CousinsKings try to bounce back after a tough loss in Atlanta as they head to Miami without star center DeMarcus Cousins.
Kings Look For Fourth Straight Win, Head To AtlantaAfter starting the season 1-7, DeMarcus Cousins and the streaking Kings will try to stay red-hot as they travel to Atlanta.
[Gallery] Kings vs. Raptors – 11/15/15Check out some photos from last night's winning Kings game against the Toronto Raptors!
Cousins Named Western Conference Player Of The Week
Stirling, Longtime NBA Executive And Scout, Dies At 86 Gordon "Scotty" Stirling, the former NBA vice president of operations and longtime team executive and scout, died Wednesday. He was 86.
Report: DeMarcus Cousins Cursed Out George KarlIt took sooner than most thought, but the Sacramento Kings are apparently back to implosion rumors spreading like wildfire. The latest news coming from Jason McIntyre of The Big Lead, as DeMarcus Cousins allegedly cursed out head coach George Karl following their sixth-straight defeat on Monday.
Kings Aim To Snap Losing Streak, Host PistonsThe Kings welcome the visiting Detroit Pistons as they try to avoid a 7th straight loss
Kings Booted By Spurs, 106-88For 42 minutes, the Sacramento Kings kept the San Antonio Spurs within striking distance. That's when things went off the rails.
Kings Host Spurs, Cousins To ReturnThe Kings (1-6) take on the Spurs (4-2), as Demarcus Cousins returns from injury after missing the last four contests.
Kings Fall Short Against Warriors, 103-94The Sacramento Kings were unable to stop their slide without DeMarcus Cousins, losing to the Golden State Warriors 103-94 Saturday night at Sleep Train Arena. Sacramento turned in one of the better efforts this year against the defending champs, limiting Golden State to just eight three-pointers on thirty-nine attempts, with Steph Curry connecting on just 2 of 10 from long range. Curry also committed six turnovers, but still finished with a game-high 24 points.
Kings Fizzle Out Vs. Rockets, 116-110The Sacramento Kings continued to struggle in their third game without All-Star DeMarcus Cousins, falling at home to the Houston Rockets, 116-110. James Harden's 43 points paced the Rockets(3-3), 17 of which came in a second quarter that left the Rockets with an 11-point halftime advantage. Harden also chipped in a game-high 13 assists and made 13-of-16 from the foul line. Clint Capela had a career-high 13 points, 12 rebounds, and 4 blocks for the Houston. Former King Marcus Thornton scored 16 points in his return to Sacramento.
Kings Host Rockets, Hope To Snap Skid
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