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.
O’Neal renamed California’s capital city at a press conference announcing he was taking a stake in the team he once called the Sacramento Queens during his days with the Lakers.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Shaquille O’Neal spent the first part of the century smashing Sacramento’s dreams of an NBA championship. Now he wants to spend the next part doing anything he can to build the […]
Despite a new ownership group, the plans for a new arena and the fact they’re staying in Sacramento, the Kings ranked dead last out of 122 teams—a spot worse than their 121st rank in 2012.
Chris Mullin, the newest member of the Sacramento Kings’ front office, joins Grant on the show to discuss how he received this job opportunity from Vivek Ranadivé. Chris also talks about his former job with […]
Grant recaps the two Monday Night Football games. Callers give their thoughts on Chris Berman doing play-by-play and Ndamukong Suh’s $100,000 fine. Chris Mullin, the newest member of the Sacramento Kings’ front office, joins Grant […]
According to Large, O’Neal said “I’m going to make DeMarcus Cousins the best big man in the game.”
The Sacramento Kings introduced the team’s new general manager on Monday, with the NBA Draft ten days away.
New Sacramento Kings GM Pete D’Alessandro joined Grant today to discuss his new position and his vision for the team. D’Alessandro shared his excitement for his opportunity to become an NBA general manager and said […]
NBA commissioner David Stern joined Grant to discuss the Kings staying in Sacramento and his upcoming retirement. Stern gave credit to Mayor Kevin Johnson and the Sacramento ownership group for keeping the Kings in Sacramento. […]
Tuesday on The Jason Ross Show we preview the NBA Finals. The Spurs take on the defending champions, The Heat. We asked listeners who has the bigger advantage in this series? It’s TRUTH or TRASH […]
Of all the lessons Mike Malone has learned from his head coaches in over a decade as an NBA assistant, the problem of unrealistic expectations was obviously one of them.