3RD HOUR–1ST HOUR Vivek Ranadive interviewed with Channel 10. We had the audio in this segment.
At Tuesday night’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kings Owner Vivek Ranadivé explained for the first time why the team fired coach Michael Malone.
3RD HOUR–1ST SEG Pete D’Alessandro came on the show in this segment.
Kings head coach Michael Malone is out of a job. It’s a decision that stunned both fans and his star player. We went to Sleep Train Arena to get an explanation from Kings management on the surprise firing.
The Sacramento Kings on Wednesday announced a three-year, $40 million contract extension with forward Rudy Gay. “He is an immensely talented player who is critical to our team on and off the court, and he […]
The Sacramento Kings will be officially breaking ground on their new arena on the same day they kick off the 2014-15 season, the team announced Friday.
Pete D’Alessandro pondered how he felt about the roster he assembled for the Sacramento Kings training camp by doing an exercise in his office this week. On one side of his whiteboard, the Kings general manager wrote […]
Tibco’s CEO and Chairman Vivek Ranadive is also an owner of the Sacramento Kings basketball team. He will receive a $4 million bonus if he stays with Tibco until the deal is completed, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Ranadive owns a nearly 6 percent stake in Tibco, according to FactSet.
he Sacramento Kings announced Tuesday they will be retiring Peja Stojakovic’s jersey later this year. The three-time NBA All-Star and NBA Champion will be honored when the Kings play Oklahoma Thunder in Sacramento on December 16, according to a team statement.
Vivek, Mullin & Gulati ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Vivek Ranadivé, Chris Mullin and the President of the United States Soccer Federation Sunil Gulati accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with two special guests! Check […]
He’s a big player, but the move the Sacramento Kings made by signing Sim Bhullar is even bigger. The 7-foot, 5-inch tall player is the first person of Indian descent to sign an NBA contract.
The Kings have signed their summer league player Sim Bhullar, making him the first player of Indian descent to sign with an NBA team.