Sacramento Kings

0th Pacific | 0-0
  • Field Goal %
    46.4 FG%
  • 3-point %
    35.9 3P%
  • Points Scored
    107 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    44.2 RPG
  • Another report Donatas Motiejunas, Rockets nowhere near deal as deadline approaches
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    Another report Donatas Motiejunas, Rockets nowhere near deal as deadline approaches

    Donatas Motiejunas and his agent had given the Rockets a Saturday deadline to make a contract extension offer they liked. But the sides aren’t even talking in a serious way. That was reported early on Friday, and now comes another report — this was from Calvin Watkins of ESPN — that the two sides are nowhere close to a deal. With the deadline to sign a qualifying offer approaching, restricted free-agent power forward Donatas Motiejunas and the Houston Rockets have exchanged contract proposals but remain far apart on an agreement, multiple sources told ESPN. Motiejunas is seeking a larger financial deal from the Rockets, but the two sides haven’t had serious contract discussions in a month, the

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    Sacramento Kings prepare to open state-of-the-art downtown arena

    After years of searching for a new home, the Sacramento Kings are set to open a new venue that raises the bar of what an arena can be. There are the airplane hangar doors that can open to turn the venue into an indoor-outdoor arena and the “smart turnstiles” that will allow fans to enter at more than triple the usual speed. The 17,500-seat arena will be the first professional sports venue powered completely by solar energy, will save about 1 million gallons of water a year compared to a typical venue of its size, was built with recycled material from the mall that stood at the site before construction began and will get 90 percent of its food and beverages from within 150 miles. The next task was getting the new downtown arena built.

  • Chris Bosh on Heat’s young talent: ‘It’s their time’
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    Chris Bosh on Heat’s young talent: ‘It’s their time’

    Justise Winslow eventually wants his own team. That day may be here. LeBron James is with the Cavaliers. Dwyane Wade is with the Bulls. And now Chris Bosh – the last of the Heat’s big three still in Miami, embroiled in a dispute with the team over his health that likely has him moving on from Miami (and he’s not thrilled about it). That said, Bosh sounds ready to defer to a younger generation led by Winslow and Hassan Whiteside. In introducing his latest video, Bosh wrote this on his personal website: I remember just a few years ago when the Big 3 were together and we were having a ball playing the game we love with some of the most professional, talented guys the NBA has ever seen. I remember