No Joel Embiid, no problem for the Philadelphia 76ers.
After losing to them on their home court a week ago, the Kings return the favor in Charlotte.
Kings 131, Pistons 110: After a nightmare first quarter, Sacramento returns to form and runs away with the win
That first quarter was UGLY. The rest of the game was pretty good.
Mike Brown put it best: "They flat out kicked our a** for four quarters. I am sorry for Sacramento fans who came out and spent their money today."
Kings win. That's all that matters.
The Kings survived a twilight zone matchup against Orlando despite letting the Magic make a franchise record 25 threes on the night.
The Kings beat all the odds and lose to a tired, injured, and streaking Hornets squad.
Kings kiss 2023 goodbye by dominating in Memphis.
The Beam Team is lucky to be leaving Atlanta with a W.
A career night from De'Aaron Fox is overshadowed by blowout loss.
Minnesota got big games from stars Gobert and Anthony Edwards while Sacramento fought hard but ultimately came up short once again on night two of a back to back.
De'Aaron Fox passed Mike Bibby for the Sacramento-era assists record, Domantas Sabonis had another triple double, and Sacramento bounced back well from Wednesday's defeat with a wire to wire win Friday.
De'Aaron Fox started this game with a birthday boost, but the Celtics quickly blew out his candles.
Sacramento ran their win streak to three in defeating the Wizards, but the toughest tests of the home stand lie ahead.
Keegan had himself a GAME, folks.
De'Aaron Fox and the Kings out-dueled Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and the Thunder in an electric matchup marred by contentious calls by the refereeing crew.
The Kings were once again embarrassed on the second night of a back-to-back.
Kings put on a show for the home crowd as they break the franchise record for 3-pointers.
Who needs Vegas when you can light the beam in Phoenix?
It was all Sacramento early, but the Pelicans bullied their way to a third win over the Kings and a trip to the IST semifinals in Las Vegas.