The NBA's new guidelines allows players to return as soon as 6 days, instead of the previous 10.
Several more players and staff members are expected to be announced as well.
We wish Coach Gentry a speedy recovery.
Sunday and Monday's games will be played at a later date.
We made it one day into the season before the impacts of COVID-19 started disrupting the league.
Two positive updates from Luke Walton's media availability!
The Sacramento Kings forward will join the team in Orlando once he clears quarantine protocol.
The Kings become the latest team to shut down their practice facilities.
After conflicting reports as to how many Kings tested positive, Buddy Hield has now been confirmed as testing positive for COVID-19.
Parker released a statement confirming his test and that he is currently quarantined.
Each player stands to lose hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars, if they stay home.
New details are emerging on how players would either opt out or be exempted from attending the resumed NBA season in Orlando.
Kings owner Vivek Ranadive was CNBC's Power Lunch to discuss the NBA's return in Orlando.
ESPN's Ramona Shelburne and Adrian Wojnarowski are reporting that despite recent developments, the NBA will return on July 30th.
Report: A significant number of NBA players are pushing back against the league’s plan to return to play
Despite announcing a plan to return to basketball, it's clear that Adam Silver has his work cut out for him.
In an interesting turn of events, some NBA players may end up skipping the resumed season in Orlando. No word yet on any specific players.
The Kings will be able to fulfill the obligations of their Regional Sports Network contract.
Increasing momentum and loose timetables indicate NBA basketball could be coming back.
The Sacramento Kings will be furloughing around 100 employees according to a report from the Sacramento Bee's Jason Anderson.
The Sacramento Kings announced updates to the agreement allowing the state to use Sleep Train Arena as an alternate care facility. The biggest news, the team is no longer charging for the arena's use.