A look into the data around teams that break a playoff drought.
The Black Falcon returns to Sacramento, but the Kings still can make more moves.
The 2023 NBA Draft is finally here, and our resident armchair scout Bryant West is here to break down his Big Board.
Domantas Sabonis more than lived up to expectations in his first full year as a King.
Sacramento’s star guard had his best year, on and off the court.
Another up and down season for TD leaves the Kings with an interesting decision this summer.
Did you know Malik means "King" in Arabic?
Veteran Matthew Dellavedova's impact went beyond his on-court production.
Sidy Cissoko's jumps off the tape with his defensive intensity, physicality, and two-way ambition. But would the Kings gamble on his questionable jumpshot?
The young forward had some promising moments for the Kings last season, but his future in Sacramento is very much undecided.
Metu's up and down season likely didn't convince Sacramento to retain his services.
Davion "Off-Night" Mitchell continued to hound ball-handlers around the league, but there's room for improvement with his shooting from deep.
Max Lewis has strong scoring upside, but will have to adjust his role and defensive tenacity at the next level.
The 23-year-old center out of Utah State continues to dominate the G League while he waits for an NBA opportunity.
The journeyman forward may have finally found a home in Sacramento as one of the most valuable bench players on the team.
Reviewing Dozier's short stint with Sacramento.
In his first season with the Kings, Kevin Huerter was essential to their offensive breakout.
The 4th pick of the draft lived up to expectations with a record-setting year but still has room to grow.
Barnes' steady play throughout the year is overshadowed by how the season ended.
Indiana big man Trayce Jackson-Davis was a true two-way force for Indiana this season. Could he be the bench big the Kings have been looking for?