Fans Encouraged to Wear Purple All Day tomorrow (May 20th) to show support! Head down to City Hall for the official #PowerForward Rally in support of the final City Council vote on the downtown Entertainment […]
By KRISTIE RIEKEN AP Sports Writer HOUSTON (AP) LaMarcus Aldridge’s son JJ, who turned 5 on Wednesday, texted him after the Portland Trail Blazers’ playoff win and told him he looked like Spider-Man on one […]
Thursday Afternoon Deuce, J-Ross & Morgan talk about the Kings starting off their seven-game road trip with a victory over the Milwaukee Bucks Wednesday night 116-102. They talk about Portland, Oregon wanting an NFL team […]
Thanksgiving comes early this year for Kings fans and a day before children fill the streets of Sacramento dressed as ghouls, goblins, Poke-man & princesses, 17,000+ fans will dress as what they are on Halloween and every other day of the year, Kings fans. What a treat it will be.
On Monday, July 8th Sacramento’s only local sports talk radio station, and home to local sports play-by-play (Sacramento Kings, Oakland Athletics, Oakland Raiders, San Jose Sharks and NASCAR), will launch a new sports talk morning show with new host Keith Brooks and the return of Carmichael Dave inside the KHTK studios.
Friday morning, in a packed lobby at Sacramento City Hall, Mayor Kevin Johnson held a press conference to confirm the rumors that the Maloofs had finally sold the Kings to the local ownership group.
Don begins the day by calling in Ron and Billy from promotions, and decides to send them out to the McDonald’s on Howe and Madison to give away “Ted” passes and DGS T-shirts. The guys […]
The Oakland Raiders announced they have sold out their home opener against the New York Jets on Sunday in time to avoid the NFL’s television blackout rule.
Anaheim city leaders have upped the ante to get the kings to move down to Southern California. Honda Center owner Henry Samueli is promising a personal loan to the Maloofs and a better TV deal than was previously offered.
The goal of a new group called “Here We Build” is to not only keep the Sacramento Kings in the Capitol City but also to get a new stadium out of the deal.