Keith and Dave celebrated the Kings’ big win last night at home against the Brooklyn Nets. Marcus Thornton led the way with 24 points off the bench. The guys also talked to Kings’ majority owner […]
By Morgan Ragan The Sacramento Kings defeated the Denver Nuggets Wednesday night 90-88. It was one of those unforgettable wins, and a great way for head coach Michael Malone and his team to start a […]
Sacramento’s big opening night at Sleep Train meant one man from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho would need to act fast.
Sacramento celebrated the Kings as the team kicked off a new season and a new era at Wednesday night’s home opener.
The momentum is going their way right now, but can the new regime regain the trust of fans and sponsors to make the Sacramento Kings a profitable team once again?
On any given day here at his company’s Silicon Valley headquarters, Vivek Ranadive is ready to compete against any employee who wants to challenge him to any contest.
The Kings were loose and relaxed playing against new owner Vivek Ranadive’s former team. But once the ball went up, the team was all business.
Grant broadcasts live from Oracle Arena in Oakland prior to the Sacramento Kings preseason opener vs. the Golden State Warriors. Grant recaps Week 5 of the NFL season, including the Denver Broncos’ victory over the […]
Vivek Ranadivé, owner of the Sacramento Kings, joins Grant to talk about what motivated him to move to the United States and study science and technology. Vivek also discusses how the culture of the Kings […]
The Grant Napear Show started with Grant taking calls about the Oakland Athletics playoff game against the Detroit Tigers, the season starting with the Sacramento Kings, and giving his lock of the week and his […]
The Kings front office called into the show on KHTK as surfers from Santa Barbara to talk about Kings training camp.
There aren’t any pictures yet, but it draws some inspiration from the Barclays Center. The Brooklyn Nets’ new arena has a swooping exterior creating a massive awning with glass windows that allow the public to peer onto the court.