Tickets to the Sacramento Kings
|Event||Date||City and Venue|
|Dallas Mavericks vs. Sacramento Kings||Sun. December 16, 2018||
|Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Sacramento Kings||Mon. December 17, 2018||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Oklahoma City Thunder||Wed. December 19, 2018||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Memphis Grizzlies||Fri. December 21, 2018||
|Sacramento Kings vs. New Orleans Pelicans||Sun. December 23, 2018||
|Los Angeles Clippers vs. Sacramento Kings||Wed. December 26, 2018||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Los Angeles Lakers||Thu. December 27, 2018||
|Los Angeles Lakers vs. Sacramento Kings||Sun. December 30, 2018||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Portland Trail Blazers||Tue. January 1, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Denver Nuggets||Thu. January 3, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Golden State Warriors||Sat. January 5, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Orlando Magic||Mon. January 7, 2019||
|Phoenix Suns vs. Sacramento Kings||Tue. January 8, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Detroit Pistons||Thu. January 10, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Charlotte Hornets||Sat. January 12, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Portland Trail Blazers||Mon. January 14, 2019||
|Charlotte Hornets vs. Sacramento Kings||Thu. January 17, 2019||
|Detroit Pistons vs. Sacramento Kings||Sat. January 19, 2019||
|Brooklyn Nets vs. Sacramento Kings||Mon. January 21, 2019||
|Toronto Raptors vs. Sacramento Kings||Tue. January 22, 2019||
|Memphis Grizzlies vs. Sacramento Kings||Fri. January 25, 2019||
|Los Angeles Clippers vs. Sacramento Kings||Sun. January 27, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Atlanta Hawks||Wed. January 30, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. Philadelphia 76ers||Sat. February 2, 2019||
|Sacramento Kings vs. San Antonio Spurs||Mon. February 4, 2019||
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About The Sacramento Kings
The Sacramento Kings were involved in perhaps the most controversial NBA game of all-time. The contest in question is Game 6 of the 2002 NBA Playoffs. The Kings were usurped by their main rivals, the Los Angeles Lakers, 106-102.
The game was marred by a series of bad and phantom calls. One of the most egregious was Kings guard Mike Bibby picking up a foul after he was elbowed in the face by Lakers great Kobe Bryant. The Lakers shot an amazing 27 free throws in the fourth quarter.
Famous sportswriter Michael Wilbon said he noted six “stunningly incorrect” calls all going against the Kings. Respected NBA pundit David Aldridge said the fouls had a “staggering” impact on the game. Many fans without a rooting interest felt the officiating was lopsided and suspicious. Some even believed the game was fixed.
In 2008, former NBA official Tim Donaghy claimed that Game 6 was fixed by the league to ensure that the series would go seven games. An investigation was held in the wake of Donaghy’s comments but no evidence was found to back up his accusations.
The Kings went on to lose Game 7 and the Lakers went on to win their 14th NBA title. The Kings may have lost their opportunity to play for a championship but they are still the only team to never trail in an NBA Finals series (of the teams that have actually reached an NBA Finals). The Kings won their first NBA championship in 1951.
The Kings are aligned in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. They play their home games at the Sleep Train Arena. Sacramento basketball fans are loyal subjects. That’s partly due to their love of hoops and partly due to the fact that the Kings are the city’s only major professional sports franchise.
The Kings were founded in 1923 as the Rochester Seagrams. In 1948, they changed their name to the “Royals”. In 1957, they relocated to Cincinnati. The team moved again, this time in 1972 and this time to Kansas City. To avoid confusion with the Kansas City Royals of MLB, the team opted for the nickname “Kings.”
Not finding much success in the heartland, the Kings migrated to the West Coast. Their first season in Sacramento was the 1985-1986 campaign and they managed to qualify for the postseason. They wouldn’t make it again for another decade.
Some of the franchise’s most notable players over the years include Oscar Robertson, Mitch Richmond, Nate Archibald, Jack Twyman, Chris Webber, Sam Lacey, and Vlade Divac.
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- vs. Philadelphia 76ers
- vs. Milwaukee Bucks
- vs. Chicago Bulls
- vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
- vs. Boston Celtics
- vs. Charlotte Hornets
- vs. Los Angeles Clippers
- vs. Memphis Grizzlies
- vs. Atlanta Hawks
- vs. Miami Heat
- vs. Utah Jazz
- vs. New York Knicks
- vs. Los Angeles Lakers
- vs. Orlando Magic
- vs. Dallas Mavericks
- vs. Brooklyn Nets
- vs. Denver Nuggets
- vs. Indiana Pacers
- vs. New Orleans Pelicans
- vs. Detroit Pistons
- vs. Toronto Raptors
- vs. Houston Rockets
- vs. San Antonio Spurs
- vs. Phoenix Suns
- vs. Oklahoma City Thunder
- vs. Minnesota Timberwolves
- vs. Portland Trail Blazers
- vs. Golden State Warriors
- vs. Washington Wizards
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