Ray McCallum’s putback at the buzzer gave the Sacramento Kings a 93-92 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night in the preseason finale for both teams. The Kings overcame a 13-point deficit in the […]
NBA Summer League and NFL news dominated the Grant Napear Show today. Napear had three guests on the show today. Grant had Matt Winer on to talk about the Kings Summer League games so far […]
The Grant Napear Show started off talking about the Masters tournament and the leaderboard through two days. Grant talked about the struggles of Phil Mickelson and the big day so far from Bubba Watson. Grant […]
Sacramento Kings rookie Ray McCallum joined Deuce and Jason Ross Thursday afternoon. He talks about starting in the NBA as a rookie and how he’s been taking it all in and tries to learn something […]
An anonymous rookie several weeks ago, Ray McCallum is making opponents take note of his game.
Grant kicked off the show today talking about MLB’s opening day and the action from teams like the Oakland Athletics, San Francisco Giants and Tampa Bay Rays. Grant touched on the Giants win last night […]
Grant kicked off the show today by talking about the Kings game last night and how the team looks right now. He talked about the improved play of players such as Jimmer Fredette and Ray […]
Mike Bratz, assistant GM of the Kings, called in and talked about the Kings and what he thinks of the team so far. Bratz talked about the Carl Landry injury and talks about the veteran […]
On today’s show Jason Ross filled in for Grant Napear. Jason talked about last night’s Monday Night Football game with the San Diego Chargers vs. Indianapolis Colts. Jason also touched on Peyton Manning’s greatness and […]
Seattle native Isaiah Thomas is happy he no longer has to answer questions about the Kings moving.
The most consistent King in Las Vegas has been guard Ray McCallum. The Kings hope that he’ll continue to grow and become a consistent contributor in the back-court after signing a rookie deal with the organization on Thursday.
The team’s top pick, Ben McLemore, and its second-round pick, Ray McCallum are the first additions to the roster since the new ownership group and head coach.