- Here We Reign - Kings pull out close wins, beat OKC (43-34)

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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings start 4-1 after Anderson trade (15-14)

Postby Vespasian92 on Mon Jun 22, 2015 4:10 am

Ryno, Bruno step up in debut
Kings: 114
Nuggets: 108

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Despite a huge 26 points from Anderson, it was Caboclo who made the play to remember in his Kings debut

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Ryan Anderson: 26 PTS - 4 REB - 9/13 FG - 5/6 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Reggie Jackson: 19 PTS - 6 AST - 6/8 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 4/6 FT
Ben McLemore: 14 PTS - 8 AST - 5/12 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 14 PTS - 13 REB - 6/10 FG - 2/3 FT
Bruno Caboclo: 7 PTS - 3/4 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 14 MIN


Denver Nuggets Top Performers
Allen Montgomery: 24 PTS - 5 AST - 10/16 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Tristan Thompson: 19 PTS - 7 REB - 7/12 FG - 5/5 FT
Kenneth Faried: 16 PTS - 9 REB - 7/14 FG - 2/2 FT
Ty Lawson: 7 PTS - 10 AST - 2/7 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 2/2 FT

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Despite loss, Rudy returns with big performance
Bucks: 107
Kings: 103

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In his first game back after sitting out for a week, Rudy was welcomed by a rejuvenated team dynamic and more floor spacing than before

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Rudy Gay: 26 PTS - 4 REB - 6 AST - 11/16 FG - 2/2 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Ryan Anderson: 18 PTS - 6 REB - 7/11 FG - 3/5 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 16 PTS - 10 REB - 7/12 FG - 2/2 FT
Quincy Acy: 15 PTS - 4 REB - 5/7 FG - 4/5 3PT FG (Career-High) - 1/1 FT
Reggie Jackson: 13 PTS - 13 AST - 3/6 FG - 7/8 FT


Milwaukee Bucks Top Performers
Jabari Parker: 28 PTS - 7 REB - 7 AST - 9/19 FG - 2/8 3PT FG - 8/9 FT
Brandon Knight: 27 PTS - 4 REB - 8 AST - 10/21 FG - 3/6 3PT FG - 4/5 FT
Paul Millsap: 18 PTS - 9 REB - 7/13 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Larry Sanders: 10 PTS - 6 REB - 4 STL - 4/6 FG - 2/2 FT

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Kings finish homestand with win
Kings: 115
Lakers: 106

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 22 PTS - 18 REB - 8/16 FG - 6/7 FT
Rudy Gay: 19 PTS - 3 REB - 4 AST - 9/13 FG - 1/2 3PT FG
Ben McLemore: 18 PTS - 6/11 FG - 2/6 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Reggie Jackson: 14 PTS - 4 REB - 10 AST - 5/6 FG - 4/4 FT
Ryan Anderson: 14 PTS - 5 REB - 4/8 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 3/4 FT


Los Angeles Lakers Top Performers
Eric Gordon: 27 PTS - 5 AST - 10/21 FG - 1/4 3PT FG - 6/6 FT
Julius Randle: 15 PTS - 5 REB - 6/10 FG - 3/3 FT
Jeremy Lin: 14 PTS - 4 REB - 5 AST - 5/11 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Kobe Bryant: 13 PTS - 5/9 FG - 3/5 FT - 19 MIN

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Cousins posts first huge game with new lineup, CP3 gives it away 10 times
Kings: 111
Clippers: 106

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A frustrated Deandre Jordan made his 6th foul a flagrant one on an airborne Cousins

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 34 PTS - 9 REB - 3 STL - 14/23 FG - 6/10 FT
Kostas Lekic: 16 PTS - 5/8 FG - 4/6 3PT FG - 2/2 FT - 19 MIN
Rudy Gay: 14 PTS - 3 REB - 7/9 FG
Reggie Jackson: 11 PTS - 8 AST - 2/5 FG - 2/2 3PT FG - 5/6 FT
Ryan Anderson: 11 PTS - 11 REB - 3/7 FG - 3/6 3PT FG - 2/2 FT


Los Angeles Clippers Top Performers
Blake Griffin: 28 PTS - 8 REB - 12/17 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 3/3 FT
C.J. Wilcox: 19 PTS - 8/14 FG - 3/5 3PT FG
Jeff Taylor: 16 PTS - 5 REB - 7/14 FG - 2/7 3PT FG
Chris Paul: 9 PTS - 12 AST - 2/10 FG - 1/4 3PT FG - 4/4 FT - 10 TO
Deandre Jordan: 8 PTS - 12 REB - 4/8 FG - 6 FLS

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Offense continues to shine for Kings
Kings: 119
Suns: 106

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 25 PTS - 20 REB - 10/22 FG - 5/6 FT
Reggie Jackson: 20 PTS - 8 AST - 8/12 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 3/3 FT
Ben McLemore: 16 PTS - 6/9 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Rudy Gay: 14 PTS - 3 REB - 6/10 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Kostas Lekic: 13 PTS - 5/9 FG - 3/5 3PT FG - 15 MIN


Phoenix Suns Top Performers
Eric Bledsoe: 23 PTS - 8 REB - 5 AST - 8/15 FG - 4/6 3PT FG - 3/6 FT
Alex Len: 18 PTS - 10 REB - 9/15 FG
Markieff Morris: 13 PTS - 6 REB - 5/12 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
T.J. Warren: 11 PTS - 3 REB - 3 AST - 5/9 FG - 1/1 FT

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NBA Notes:
Pistons win 8th straight, now 18-11 overall.
Nets lose 5th straight, now 11-17 overall.

NBA Injury Updates:

NBA Transactions:

Boston Celtics trade: Thomas Jackson
Brooklyn Nets trade: Mason Plumlee, Marcus Thornton

Toronto Raptors trade: Tyler Hansbrough, 2019 2nd Round Draft Selection
Indiana Pacers trade: Ellis Schayes
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings start 4-1 after Anderson trade (15-14)

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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings start 4-1 after Anderson trade (15-14)

Postby Lamrock on Wed Jun 24, 2015 6:00 am

Bold move. Your defense will take a hit, but that offense could be nasty!
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings consistently scoring over 115 a night (21-17)

Postby Vespasian92 on Mon Jun 29, 2015 8:59 am

Kings keep rolling, shoot 58%
Kings: 117
Celtics: 98

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 23 PTS - 17 REB - 9/17 FG - 5/6 FT
Rudy Gay: 18 PTS - 4 REB - 3 AST - 6/16 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Ben McLemore: 16 PTS - 2 REB - 7/11 FG - 2/4 3PT FG
Reggie Jackson: 12 PTS - 9 AST - 4/5 FG - 4/4 FT


Boston Celtics Top Performers
Jared Sullinger: 17 PTS - 6 REB - 6/12 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 4/5 FT
Mason Plumlee: 13 PTS - 6 REB - 6/8 FG - 1/1 FT
Darnell Stone: 12 PTS - 12 AST - 4/9 FG - 4/9 3PT FG
James Young: 11 PTS - 4 REB - 4 AST - 4/13 FG - 3/4 FT

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Kings get 5 straight in Toronto
Kings: 116
Raptors: 108

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 26 PTS - 16 REB - 10/19 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 5/6 FT
Rudy Gay: 25 PTS - 4 REB - 3 AST - 7/10 FG - 3/5 3PT FG - 8/8 FT
Reggie Jackson: 18 PTS - 11 AST - 6/10 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 5/6 FT
Ryan Anderson: 16 PTS - 9 REB - 6/12 FG - 4/9 3PT FG


Toronto Raptors Top Performers
Terrence Ross: 21 PTS - 5 AST - 8/15 FG - 4/9 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Jonas Valanciunas: 17 PTS - 13 REB - 7/11 FG - 3/4 FT
Ramon Walker: 16 PTS - 7 REB - 3 AST - 6/12 FG - 4/4 3PT FG
Kyle Lowry: 13 PTS - 8 AST - 4/16 FG - 5/6 FT

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Cousins, Rudy struggle in loss to Knicks
Knicks: 107
Kings: 103

New York Knicks Top Performers
Dillon Flory: 20 PTS - 6 AST - 7/8 FG - 2/2 3PT FG - 4/6 FT
Carmelo Anthony: 16 PTS - 10 REB - 5/18 FG - 2/6 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Iman Shumpert: 15 PTS - 6 REB - 6/11 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Trevor Booker: 14 PTS - 10 REB - 7/13 FG


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Reggie Jackson: 19 PTS - 6 AST - 9/16 FG - 1/4 3PT FG
Ryan Anderson: 14 PTS - 5 REB - 5/10 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Jae Crowder: 13 PTS - 7 REB - 5/9 FG - 3/7 3PT FG
Demarcus Cousins: 9 PTS - 11 REB - 3/9 FG - 3/4 FT
Rudy Gay: 8 PTS - 9 REB - 3/11 FG - 2/4 FT

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Durant drops 45 on Kings
Thunder: 119
Kings: 104

Oklahoma City Thunder Top Performers
Kevin Durant: 45 PTS - 12 REB - 19/32 FG - 6/9 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Russell Westbrook: 21 PTS - 10 REB - 8/17 FG - 1/5 3PT FG - 4/5 FT
Isaiah Thomas: 13 PTS - 9 AST - 4/12 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Stephen Adams: 11 PTS - 14 REB - 5/8 FG - 1/2 FT


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Kostas Lekic: 23 PTS - 8/13 FG - 5/10 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Reggie Jackson: 15 PTS - 5 REB - 9 AST - 4/7 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 6/6 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 14 PTS - 6 REB - 4/8 FG - 6/6 FT
Quincy Acy: 13 PTS - 3 REB - 4/6 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Rudy Gay: 11 PTS - 2 REB - 4/10 FG - 3/7 3PT FG

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Kings get back to winning
Kings: 116
Pistons: 108

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 25 PTS - 16 REB - 10/16 FG - 5/6 FT
Rudy Gay: 18 PTS - 4 REB - 5 AST - 8/13 FG - 2/3 3PT FG
Ben McLemore: 16 PTS - 7/9 FG - 2/5 3PT FG
Reggie Jackson: 15 PTS - 10 AST - 7/9 FG - 1/1 3PT FG
Ryan Anderson: 15 PTS - 6 REB - 5/9 FG - 5/8 3PT FG


Detroit Pistons Top Performers
Andre Drummond: 23 PTS - 6 REB - 11/16 FG - 1/4 FT
Brandon Jennings: 19 PTS - 9 AST - 8/16 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Greg Monroe: 18 PTS - 4 REB - 7/12 FG - 4/4 FT
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: 10 PTS - 3/7 FG - 2/4 3PT FG - 2/2 FT

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56% shooting gives Kings another win
Kings: 118
Nuggets: 109

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Rudy Gay: 24 PTS - 5 REB - 10/17 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 3/3 FT
Ben McLemore: 18 PTS - 6/7 FG - 4/5 3PT FG - 2/3 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 17 PTS - 5 REB - 5/7 FG - 7/10 FT
Jae Crowder: 14 PTS - 4/8 FG - 6/9 FT


Denver Nuggets Top Performers
Ty Lawson: 19 PTS - 7 REB - 6/12 FG - 1/4 3PT FG - 6/6 FT
Kenneth Faried: 17 PTS - 7 REB - 7/12 FG - 3/4 FT
Aaron Afflalo: 14 PTS - 5 AST - 4/13 FG - 2/4 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Evan Turner: 13 PTS - 6 REB - 4/8 FG - 3/5 3PT FG - 2/2 FT

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Wolves fall despite Monta's return
Kings: 116
Timberwolves: 107

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 25 PTS - 16 REB - 11/20 FG - 3/5 FT
Reggie Jackson: 15 PTS - 5 REB - 6 AST - 5/10 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 4/6 FT
Ryan Anderson: 15 PTS - 5 REB - 5/10 FG - 4/9 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Rudy Gay: 13 PTS - 4/15 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 4/6 FT


Minnesota Timberwolves Top Performers
Monta Ellis: 26 PTS - 2 REB - 11/16 FG - 4/4 FT
Brandon Jennings: 22 PTS - 4 REB - 7 AST - 7/15 FG - 4/6 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Andrew Wiggins: 12 PTS - 6 REB - 4/11 FG - 4/4 FT
Terrence Fields: 10 PTS - 10 REB - 3/8 FG - 4/6 FT

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Pacers' D stifles Kings while George/Derozan combine for 57
Pacers: 98
Kings: 94

Indiana Pacers Top Performers
Paul George: 34 PTS - 6 REB - 6 AST - 14/28 FG - 4/7 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Demar Derozan: 23 PTS - 3 REB - 6 AST - 8/20 FG - 1/5 3PT FG - 6/6 FT
Roy Hibbert: 10 PTS - 12 REB - 5/10 FG
George Hill: 8 PTS - 10 AST - 3/6 FG - 2/5 3PT FG


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Reggie Jackson: 21 PTS - 9 REB - 8 AST - 8/14 FG - 2/6 3PT FG - 3/3 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 17 PTS - 7 REB - 7/12 FG - 3/3 FT
Rudy Gay: 16 PTS - 4 REB - 6/8 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Ben McLemore: 14 PTS - 3 REB - 4 AST - 6/12 FG - 1/4 3PT FG - 1/2 FT

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Kings top Grizzlies with balanced production
Kings: 121
Grizzlies: 104

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Ben McLemore: 20 PTS - 8/12 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 15 PTS - 10 REB - 6/11 FG - 3/5 FT
Rudy Gay: 13 PTS - 4 REB - 4 AST - 6/9 FG - 1/2 3PT FG
Darin Gibson: 12 PTS - 4 REB - 3 BLK - 6/8 FG - 14 MIN
Quincy Acy: 11 PTS - 5 REB - 4/7 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 17 MIN


Memphis Grizzlies Top Performers
Marc Gasol: 28 PTS - 7 REB - 14/22 FG
Wilson Chandler: 15 PTS - 4 REB - 5/10 FG - 2/6 3PT FG - 3/3 FT
Andrew Wiggins: 14 PTS - 4 REB - 12 AST - 6/12 FG - 1/4 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Jordan Adams: 13 PTS - 4 REB - 6/13 FG - 1/5 3PT FG

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NBA Notes:
Grizzlies lose 9th straight, now 19-21 overall.
Mavericks lose 9th straight, now 12-28 overall.

NBA Injury Updates:
Thunder G Russell Westbrook out 4-6 weeks with Concussion.
Rockets F Trevor Ariza out 4-6 weeks with Broken Wrist.

NBA Transactions:
Rockets sign C Vitor Faverani to 1yr/$2.72M deal.

Houston Rockets trade: Rudy Barnes, Richie Barlow
Philadelphia 76ers trade: Tony Wroten, Brandon Davies


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The Sacramento Kings have reportedly requested waivers on C Chuck Hayes. Hayes was acquired from the Raptors along with Bruno Caboclo in a recent trade. Hayes, 33, only played in 2 games in Toronto before the trade and appeared in 6 games with the Kings this season, averaging 4.4 MPG. This was his second stint with the Kings, having previously played in Houston, Sacramento and then Toronto before coming back to the Kings.

In a related move, the Kings announced the signing of free agent F/C Eric Moreland. Moreland was originally signed by the Kings after going undrafted in 2014 out of Oregon State. He was released prior to training camp this season but was unsigned by any other NBA team. Moreland has appeared in 57 games over 2 seasons, all with the Kings, with career averages of 1.9 PPG and 2.4 RPG in 6.8 MPG.
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings consistently scoring over 115 a night (21-17)

Postby Kevin on Mon Jun 29, 2015 5:41 pm

Knew you'd waive Hayes any time now. :lol:
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings consistently scoring over 115 a night (21-17)

Postby Vespasian92 on Tue Jun 30, 2015 6:47 am

Kevin wrote:Knew you'd waive Hayes any time now. :lol:

Ha, I really didn't want to. I actually wanted to just see how much Moreland was asking for, so I had to waive somebody to check because my roster was full. Then I didn't have the cap space to bring Chuck back, so I was forced to go with Moreland anyway.

Besides, he fits what I'm now doing a lot better, with the ability to run and catch lobs when the floor is open. They will be time to get a nostalgia player in next free agency too :)
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings consistently scoring over 115 a night (21-17)

Postby Kevin on Tue Jun 30, 2015 12:16 pm

good luck with that :D
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings consistently scoring over 115 a night (21-17)

Postby Vespasian92 on Sat Jul 11, 2015 6:44 am

I'm still around everybody. I'm actually almost to the All-Star break and a decent ways ahead of where this is in terms of the games played. I know I haven't done any monthly recaps or stats in a while either, so I might just post the scores of the games I'm missing as well as a stats update.
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings go 8-7 in last 15 (29-24)

Postby Vespasian92 on Mon Jul 13, 2015 5:01 am

Big Al drops 35 in win
Hornets: 121
Kings: 108
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Boogie has 30 and 11 against Warriors
Kings: 122
Warriors: 113
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Jackson scores season-best 34 in Portland
Kings: 113
Trailblazers: 108
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Cousins, Ryno each score 21
Kings: 127
Raptors: 107
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DC steps up with 23 points for Clippers
Clippers: 107
Kings: 100
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Boogie's 40-16 effort not enough
Celtics: 112
Kings: 108
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Kings roll over Sixers
Kings: 106
Sixers: 89
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Pacers lose despite combined 47 from George and Derozan
Kings: 101
Pacers: 99
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Cavs crush Kings, Cousins, Gay shoot 7/26
Cavaliers: 107
Kings: 84
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Kings lose to Clippers again in high-scoring OT
Clippers: 131
Kings: 120
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McLemore has 24 for Kings in win
Kings: 117
Grizzlies: 106
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Exum, Stauskas score 25 each against Kings
Jazz: 110
Kings: 103
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McLemore continues exceptional play, drops 32 on 10/11
Kings: 113
Suns: 86
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Kings fall to Bulls despite another 30 for McLemore
Bulls: 118
Kings: 106
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Kings enter break with win behind Cousins' 27
Kings: 121
Bucks: 106
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NBA Notes:
Bulls win 6th straight, now 40-14 overall.
Raptors win 7th straight, now 27-26 overall.
Pelicans lose 6th straight, now 29-24 overall.

NBA Injury Updates:
Cavaliers G Kyrie Irving out 4-6 weeks with Pulled Calf Muscle.

NBA Transactions:
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Re: - Here We Reign - All-Star Rosters, Trade Deadline, Stats Update

Postby Vespasian92 on Wed Jul 15, 2015 1:04 pm

All-Star Weekend 2017


Rising Stars Challenge Invitees


Team Shaq:
Starters:
Shannon Quinn (BOS) - Darnell Stone (BOS) - Darius Thompson (WAS) - Ron Glover (ORL) - Cameron Douglas (POR)

Reserves:
Byron Knight (PHI)
Ramon Walker (TOR)
Lazaro Stefan (PHI)
Frederic Klein (UTA)
Martin Adams (MEM)

Team Chuck:
Starters:
Marcus Buford (PHX) - Thomas Jackson (BKN) - Jeffrey Dawkins (ATL) - Terrence Fields (MIN) - Benjamin Taylor (PHX)

Reserves:
Allen Montgomery (DEN)
Victor Alenichev (PHX)
Brook Gordon (BKN)
Brett Adams (DET)
Zach Harrison (DAL)


All-Star Saturday


Sprite Slam Dunk

Winner: Aaron Gordon (ORL)
2nd: Randall Todd (DEN)
3rd: Timmy Terrell (CHA)
4th: Ron Glover (ORL)


Foot Locker 3PT Shootout

Winner: Jordan Adams (MEM)
2nd: Kevin Durant (OKC)
3rd: James Harden (HOU)
4th: Damien Lillard (POR)
5th: Chandler Parsons (DAL)
6th: Nicolas Batum (POR)


NBA All-Star Game 2015


Western Conference

West Starters:
Damian Lillard (POR) - James Harden (HOU) - Kevin Durant (OKC) - Blake Griffin (LAC) - Anthony Davis (NOP)

Reserves:
Mike Conley (MEM)
Klay Thompson (GS)
Lamarcus Aldridge (POR)
Nicolas Batum (POR)
Stephen Curry (GS)
Demarcus Cousins (SAC)
Kawhi Leonard (SA)
Eric Bledsoe (PHX)

Eastern Conference:

East Starters:
Derrick Rose (CHI) - Kyrie Irving (CLE) - Paul George (IND) - Lebron James (CLE) - Kevin Love (CLE)

Reserves:
John Wall (WAS)
Demar Derozan (IND)
Jabari Parker (MIL)
Paul Millsap (MIL)
Al Jefferson (CHA)
Shabazz Napier (MIA)
Kyle Lowry (TOR)
Carmelo Anthony (NY)


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Trade Deadline Deals


Warriors move disgruntled Barnes for Giannis

Golden State Warriors trade: Harrison Barnes
Milwaukee Bucks trade: Giannis Antetokounmpo
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Golden State continues shuffling

Golden State Warriors trade: David Lee, Ognjen Kuzmic
Houston Rockets trade: Donatas Montiejunas
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Portland adds veteran K-Mart for Aldridge, Lillard

Portland Trailblazers trade: Will Barton, Christian Moody
Minnesota Timberwolves trade: Shabazz Muhammad, Kevin Martin
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Blazers also net a future 1st rounder, Kaman returns to Clips

Portland Trailblazers trade: Dorell Wright, Chris Kaman
Los Angeles Clippers trade: Jared Dudley, 2019 1st Round Draft Selection
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Kings deal Derrick to Miami

Sacramento Kings trade: Derrick Williams

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Miami Heat trade: Danny Granger - 2017 2nd Round Draft Selection (via SAC)

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With the acceptance of the fact that Bruno Caboclo has easily passed Derrick Williams in the rotation (and even pushing Jae Crowder for more), the Kings traded the former #2 overall pick to Miami at the trade deadline. In Sacramento, Williams had his moments and plenty of chances to reclaim some of the talent that made him the #2 pick in 2011 but never quite had the breakout he could have. Derrick still struggled with consistency too much for the Kings to keep investing in the 25 year-old forward now that his contract was set to expire. From Miami they reacquired their own 2nd round pick as well as the 2-year contract of Danny Granger. If they are going to have a 4th small forward on the roster, they might as well make it a consistent veteran who can offer other bonuses aside from on-court production.

The Heat get out of the second year of Granger's deal and get an expiring in return, which is enough of a benefit when you consider the team can have $15M in cap room this summer, or up to $21M if Josh McRoberts declines his player option. With James Ennis being the only other true small forward on the roster, Williams could get a decent amount of minutes in Miami down the stretch of this season to try and rebuild his stock for free agency. Aside from a test run for Williams, the Heat get to see if he fits with other young players like Napier, Noguiera, and Russ Smith and could resign him cheaply if they choose.

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Re: - Here We Reign - All-Star Rosters, Trade Deadline, Stats Update

Postby Martti. on Fri Jul 17, 2015 1:52 pm

Shabazz Napier an All-Star? There's unlikely and then there's that. :lol:
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Re: - Here We Reign - All-Star Rosters, Trade Deadline, Stats Update

Postby Lamrock on Sat Jul 18, 2015 5:18 am

Blazers have three all-stars yet sit outside the playoff picture. :(
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Re: - Here We Reign - All-Star Rosters, Trade Deadline, Stats Update

Postby TGsoGood on Sat Jul 18, 2015 12:47 pm

Mike Conley looks like he is in his prime 9.7 assists and 2.6 steals per game and an all star appearance.
I like the move made by warriors to trade Barnes, I wonder how it will affect both franchises.
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Re: - Here We Reign - All-Star Rosters, Trade Deadline, Stats Update

Postby Vespasian92 on Sun Jul 19, 2015 4:53 am

Martti. wrote:Shabazz Napier an All-Star? There's unlikely and then there's that. :lol:

He's an 82 overall and some of his attributes are insane. He's putting up 18.5, 3.4, 6.7, 1.4, on 46/40/96. Ennis is putting up 14.5 and 5.5 in his own right too. Miami has plenty to work with :)

Lamrock wrote:Blazers have three all-stars yet sit outside the playoff picture. :(

That's why I thought the trades for Martin and Dudley were really good moves. Their main problem was that they had no backup to Lillard before signing Brain Roberts. Damian is playing over 40 a game.

TGsoGood wrote:Mike Conley looks like he is in his prime 9.7 assists and 2.6 steals per game and an all star appearance.
I like the move made by warriors to trade Barnes, I wonder how it will affect both franchises.

Memphis is starting Jordan Adams and Jarnell Stokes, even above Z-Bo. Randolph is down to a 75 overall and falling more. Conley has to carry a lot for them

The Warriors actually beat me pretty bad when I played them right after the All-Star Break. They start Ezeli now and Giannis helps their defense a lot. It doesn't help that none of my point guards can defend anybody...

I don't want to be the guy constantly trading and changing the roster, but Lawson, George Hill, MCW, Lowry, Collison (as well as a generously rated Patty Mills and Dellavedova) are all free agents this offseason. CP3 and Parker have player options too. If I need an upgrade (which I feel I do) I might try to clear cap space at the draft and chase somebody. Reggie just doesn't defend well enough and his scoring talent is wasted with the starters. Martin isn't developed enough yet to take over full-time.
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Re: - Here We Reign - Boogie comes out of break strong (32-26)

Postby Vespasian92 on Fri Jul 24, 2015 12:15 pm

Cousins rolls in NY, Jameer returns after All-Star break
Kings: 114
Knicks: 87

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Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 28 PTS - 13 REB - 13/16 FG - 2/4 FT
Ben McLemore: 14 PTS - 5/10 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Rudy Gay: 14 PTS - 3 REB - 3 AST - 6/9 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Jameer Nelson: 10 PTS - 6 AST - 4/9 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 23 MIN


New York Knicks Top Performers
Tim Hardaway Jr.: 25 PTS - 9/13 FG - 4/8 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Carmelo Anthony: 14 PTS - 7 REB - 6/15 FG - 0/7 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Enes Kanter: 12 PTS - 11 REB - 5/15 FG - 2/4 FT
Trevor Booker: 10 PTS - 10 REB - 4/8 FG - 2/2 FT

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Giannis plays well for new team, supports Splash Bros
Warriors: 122
Kings: 107

Golden State Warriors Top Performers
Stephen Curry: 31 PTS - 11 AST - 13/19 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Klay Thompson: 30 PTS - 6 REB - 12/26 FG - 2/8 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Giannis Antetokounmpo: 19 PTS - 7 REB - 7 AST - 8/13 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Marreese Speights: 17 PTS - 5 REB - 6/11 FG - 5/6 FT


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 27 PTS - 12 REB - 10/20 FG - 7/8 FT
Kostas Lekic: 19 PTS - 8/12 FG - 3/6 3PT FG - 19 MIN
Ryan Anderson: 14 PTS - 8 REB - 5/5 FG - 2/2 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Jae Crowder: 13 PTS - 4 REB - 4 AST - 4/8 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Rudy Gay: 10 PTS - 8 REB - 3/8 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 3/3 FT

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Boogie continues to lead in win
Kings: 104
Spurs: 97

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 24 PTS - 17 REB - 4 BLK - 6/12 FG - 12/15 FT
Ben McLemore: 17 PTS - 6 REB - 6/12 FG - 3/7 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Rudy Gay: 17 PTS - 3 REB - 3 AST - 7/15 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Ryan Anderson: 14 PTS - 5 REB - 5/6 FG - 4/5 3PT FG


San Antonio Spurs Top Performers
Tony Parker: 22 PTS - 5 AST - 9/21 FG - 3/8 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
John Henson: 18 PTS - 10 REB - 8/11 FG - 2/2 FT
Kawhi Leonard: 14 PTS - 5 REB - 5 AST - 4 STL - 5/13 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
J.J. Hickson: 11 PTS - 10 REB - 5/6 FG - 1/2 FT

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Rudy, Reggie each have 10 assist nights
Kings: 111
Mavericks: 104

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With so many Kings who can produce with the ball, Rudy Gay has been unable to showcase his talents as much this season

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 23 PTS - 12 REB - 11/19 FG - 1/2 FT
Rudy Gay: 18 PTS - 5 REB - 10 AST - 9/16 FG
Ben McLemore: 17 PTS - 5 REB - 7/11 FG - 1/4 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Reggie Jackson: 15 PTS - 10 AST - 4 STL - 6/10 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 2/3 FT


Dallas Mavericks Top Performers
Zach Harrison: 19 PTS - 18 REB - 7/16 FG - 5/5 FT
Troy Daniels: 18 PTS - 8/15 FG - 2/4 3PT FG
Dirk Nowitzki: 14 PTS - 4 REB - 6/12 FG - 2/2 FT
Rajon Rondo: 13 PTS - 10 AST - 6/6 FG - 1/2 FT

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Kings lose in Portland despite 20 from Ryno
Trailblazers: 102
Kings: 91

Portland Trailblazers Top Performers
Nicolas Batum: 20 PTS - 6 REB - 8/13 FG - 4/7 3PT FG
Damian Lillard: 20 PTS - 8 REB - 5 AST - 6/13 FG - 2/6 3PT FG - 6/6 FT
Lamarcus Aldridge: 14 PTS - 7 REB - 6/12 FG - 2/4 FT
Thomas Robinson: 12 PTS - 11 REB - 5/9 FG - 2/2 FT
Cameron Douglas: 10 PTS - 10 REB - 5/5 FG - 22 MIN


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 23 PTS - 16 REB - 8/13 FG - 7/7 FT
Ryan Anderson: 20 PTS - 6 REB - 7/10 FG - 2/4 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Rudy Gay: 15 PTS - 6 REB - 2/9 FG - 11/12 FT
Reggie Jackson: 7 PTS - 5 AST - 1/4 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 4/4 FT - 5 TO

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NBA Notes:
Timberwolves win 5th straight, now 31-29 overall.
Trailblazers win 5th straight, now 30-29 overall.
Knicks lose 9th straight, now 21-37 overall.

NBA Injury Updates:
Wizards G Bradley Beal out 6-8 weeks with Broken Leg.

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Re: - Here We Reign - Jackson meshing well with Ryno

Postby Vespasian92 on Fri Jul 24, 2015 1:42 pm

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The reemergence of Reggie Jackson since the Anderson trade has given the Kings answers as well as more questions


When the Kings traded Derrick Favors for Ryan Anderson, the obvious benefit was more offensive space for Demarcus Cousins. But there is a King who has arguably benefited just as much: Reggie Jackson. His strengths of attacking the basket and his play in the pick-and-roll are accentuated by having three other shooters on the floor instead of just two. His numbers exploded in the immediate aftermath; 17.4 PPG and 8.5 APG in the first 18 games after the trade, including a 21-9-8 game against Indiana and a 34 point effort against Portland. Overall, his numbers improved over the total 35 games since the trade with 14.6 PPG and 8.1 APG, both of which are up from his season averages.

The combination that the Kings start the game with might not be their best one. Jackson needs floor space for driving and versatile bigs to run screens with. Anderson fits both. With Cousins' ability to roll to the rim, great hands to catch in traffic, and touch to hit the midrange jumper, he fits as well. McLemore's spot-up ability is enough for him to mesh with Reggie. This leaves Rudy Gay as the awkward fit with Jackson. Both need the ball frequently to shine and the effectiveness of either is reduced when playing off the ball. Jae Crowder fits extremely well into a Jackson/McLemore/Anderson/Cousins lineup with his low-usage perimeter shooting and his steady defense. But moving Rudy to the bench or to another team is not something the Kings have immediate plans to do.

If the Kings stick with Gay, then it is Jackson who is mismatched with the starters. Rudy can work in the midrange or post up because of Anderson's ability to stretch the defense instead of standing by the rim. Yet it takes the ball out of Reggie's hands and makes him stand in the corner, leaving his talent underutilized. Some would argue Jackson's game is better suited as a 6th man anyway given the bench shooting of Lekic and Acy's versatility, but the Kings are left with the question of who can replace him as a starting point guard. Julio Martin still is not ready to be a full-time starter, although he has the pass-first skillset a high-usage McLemore/Gay/Anderson/Cousins lineup could benefit from.

It is worth noting that the Kings have gone back and forth between Martin and Jackson as the starter multiple times in the past two seasons, and there are numbers that support both. The deciding factor should be the fit with the rest of the starting lineup. With the addition of Anderson, Jackson gets the nod for his role in the Kings' new high-powered offense instead of Martin and the half-court, physical team with Favors that did not have the defensive success the Kings hoped it would. McLemore produces better (Ben has scored almost 17 PPG in the past month) and Anderson gets more open shots with Jackson. Rudy can control the ball more when Martin is on the floor. Cousins can dominate either way.

There are a few soon-to-be free agent point guards that fit this mold of a more balanced, lower-usage floor general like Michael Carter-Williams and even Darren Collison, but the Kings would need to move a larger contract to sign one if that is the route they choose. The contract they would need to move would, ironically, be Reggie Jackson ($6.7M) or Ryan Anderson ($8.5M). Trading Jackson to sign a new point guard would defeat part of its own purpose of letting Reggie play that 6th man role. Trading Anderson and keeping Jackson and Martin makes signing another high-quality point guard less appealing, as well as leaving a big hole in the Kings frontcourt. Either trade Jackson and sign a different floor leader, or commit to Reggie's impressive fit with an Anderson/Cousins frontcourt and figure out a solution for Rudy Gay's usage requirements. Both choices are conceivable, but neither are an obvious answer for the Kings to move from a low-seed playoff team to a squad poised for a deep postseason run.
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Re: - Here We Reign - Long road trip starts to wear down Kings (34-29)

Postby Vespasian92 on Fri Jul 31, 2015 5:33 am

Ryno shakes off poor shooting night with clutch triple
Kings: 109
Mavericks: 107

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After watching his shots rim out all night, Anderson finally got one to go when it mattered

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 28 PTS - 18 REB - 10/20 FG - 8/8 FT
Rudy Gay: 21 PTS - 7 REB - 10/15 FG - 1/2 3PT FG
Reggie Jackson: 20 PTS - 12 AST - 9/19 FG - 2/2 FT
Ryan Anderson: 17 PTS - 5 REB - 5/14 FG - 3/10 3PT FG - 4/5 FT


Dallas Mavericks Top Performers
Chandler Parsons: 22 PTS - 8/12 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 5/5 FT
Dirk Nowitzki: 20 PTS - 12 REB - 7/17 FG - 1/4 3PT FG - 5/6 FT
Troy Daniels: 13 PTS - 5/5 FG - 3/3 3PT FG - 13 MIN
Rajon Rondo: 6 PTS - 9 AST - 1/4 FG - 4/6 FT

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Behind Jackson's career assists, Kings top Heat in Miami
Kings: 119
Heat: 103

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Reggie was dominant in the pick-and-roll, driving to the rim or kicking it to the corner

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 25 PTS - 14 REB - 11/17 FG - 3/4 FT
Reggie Jackson: 24 PTS - 16 AST (Career-High) - 10/18 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 2/3 FT
Ryan Anderson: 15 PTS - 2 REB - 6/7 FG - 3/3 3PT FG
Rudy Gay: 13 PTS - 3 REB - 3 AST - 5/8 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 2/2 FT


Miami Heat Top Performers
Shabazz Napier: 20 PTS - 9 AST - 8/18 FG - 2/7 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Dwayne Wade: 20 PTS - 4 REB - 6 AST - 8/16 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Amir Johnson: 12 PTS - 6 REB - 6/10 FG
James Ennis: 10 PTS - 4 REB - 4 AST - 4/8 FG - 2/2 FT

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Kemba forces OT from half-court, Hornets win
Hornets: 122
Kings: 115

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Walker's heave to force OT gave all the momentum to the home team

Charlotte Hornets Top Performers
Kemba Walker: 34 PTS - 6 AST - 11/25 FG - 3/7 3PT FG - 9/10 FT
Al Jefferson: 23 PTS - 16 REB - 11/22 FG - 1/2 FT
Noah Vonleh: 16 PTS - 9 REB - 8/10 FG
Lance Stephenson: 13 PTS - 6 REB - 4 AST - 5/12 FG - 1/5 3PT FG - 2/4 FT


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 22 PTS - 14 REB - 11/20 FG
Rudy Gay: 18 PTS - 4 REB - 7/11 FG - 3/3 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Reggie Jackson: 18 PTS - 10 AST - 8/17 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Ben McLemore: 17 PTS - 4 AST - 6/10 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 4/4 FT

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Wall shines as Wizards win at home
Wizards: 120
Kings: 91

Washington Wizards Top Performers
John Wall: 32 PTS - 9 AST - 13/20 FG - 2/4 3PT FG - 4/5 FT
Darius Thompson: 21 PTS - 6 REB - 7/15 FG - 3/8 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Glen Rice Jr.: 13 PTS - 6 REB - 6 AST - 5/13 FG - 3/3 FT
Kosta Koufus: 12 PTS - 5 REB - 6/8 FG
Bradley Beal: DNP - Broken Leg


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 27 PTS - 8 REB - 11/17 FG - 5/8 FT
Reggie Jackson: 15 PTS - 7 AST - 5/10 FG - 5/6 FT
Ben McLemore: 10 PTS - 4/8 FG - 1/4 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Rudy Gay: 10 PTS - 4 REB - 4/6 FG - 2/2 FT

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Kings come up just short in Atlanta
Hawks: 109
Kings: 105

Atlanta Hawks Top Performers
Jeff Teague: 23 PTS - 8 AST - 6/9 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 10/10 FT
Al Horford: 19 PTS - 8 REB - 6/8 FG - 7/8 FT
Jeffrey Dawkins: 15 PTS - 6 REB - 7/24 FG - 1/10 3PT FG
Shelvin Mack: 15 PTS - 4 REB - 3 AST - 5/8 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 2/2 FT


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Reggie Jackson: 23 PTS - 6 AST - 7/15 FG - 9/10 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 21 PTS - 11 REB - 5 BLK - 8/13 FG - 5/5 FT
Ben McLemore: 19 PTS - 4 REB - 7/16 FG - 1/6 3PT FG - 4/6 FT
Rudy Gay: 10 PTS - 4 REB - 4 AST - 4/8 FG - 2/3 3PT FG

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NBA Notes:
Thunder win 7th straight, now 40-23 overall.
Grizzlies win 6th straight, now 33-33 overall.

NBA Injury Updates:

NBA Transactions:
Nuggets extend G Ty Lawson with 2yr/$29.81M deal.
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings crush Warriors by 38, Crowder to miss time (37-30)

Postby Vespasian92 on Fri Aug 07, 2015 11:46 am

Boogie goes for 35 against Nets
Kings: 113
Nets: 105

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 35 PTS - 12 REB - 16/23 FG - 3/4 FT
Reggie Jackson: 22 PTS - 11 AST - 8/14 FG - 6/6 FT
Darin Gibson: 11 PTS - 6 REB - 4/7 FG - 3/8 FT - 18 MIN
Jae Crowder: 10 PTS - 4/7 FG - 2/2 FT - 24 MIN
Rudy Gay: 6 PTS - 3 REB - 2/4 FG - 2/4 FT


Brooklyn Nets Top Performers
Brook Lopez: 20 PTS - 18 REB - 7/16 FG - 6/7 FT
Thomas Jackson: 17 PTS - 4 REB - 4 AST - 7/15 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Cory Jefferson: 15 PTS - 7 REB - 6/11 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Joe Johnson: 14 PTS - 5/8 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 3/4 FT

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Defensive lapses show in Orlando
Magic: 115
Kings: 112

Orlando Magic Top Performers
Victor Oladipo: 27 PTS - 4 REB - 9 AST - 11/17 FG - 4/6 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Goran Dragic: 20 PTS - 7 AST - 8/18 FG - 1/5 3PT FG - 3/5 FT
Aaron Gordon: 19 PTS - 10 REB - 8/11 FG - 3/4 FT
Doug McDermott: 13 PTS - 7 REB - 4/8 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 4/4 FT


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Ben McLemore: 25 PTS - 11/16 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 21 PTS - 17 REB - 5 AST - 7/15 FG - 7/8 FT
Ryan Anderson: 19 PTS - 14 REB - 7/15 FG - 4/11 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Reggie Jackson: 12 PTS - 7 AST - 4/11 FG - 4/4 FT
Rudy Gay: 12 PTS - 5/11 FG - 2/3 3PT FG

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Wall again dominates Kings, but falls short this time
Kings: 116
Wizards: 108

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Ben McLemore: 18 PTS - 3 REB - 4 AST - 7/13 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 2/3 FT
Kostas Lekic: 17 PTS - 3 REB - 6/7 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 2/2 FT - 14 MIN
Demarcus Cousins: 17 PTS - 13 REB - 7/17 FG - 3/4 FT
Reggie Jackson: 16 PTS - 7 AST - 5/9 FG - 6/6 FT
Rudy Gay: 6 PTS - 5 REB - 1/2 FG - 4/4 FT - 29 MIN


Washington Wizards Top Performers
John Wall: 31 PTS - 6 AST - 14/25 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Darius Thompson: 14 PTS - 5 REB - 7 AST - 4/16 FG - 1/7 3PT FG - 5/6 FT
Glen Rice Jr.: 12 PTS - 6 REB - 6 AST - 5/8 FG - 2/3 3PT FG
Kosta Koufus: 11 PTS - 11 REB - 4/8 FG - 3/3 FT
Bradley Beal: DNP - Broken Leg

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Everyone contributes as Kings smash Dubs, but lose Crowder
Kings: 128
Warriors: 90

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Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 22 PTS - 15 REB - 11/20 FG
Ryan Anderson: 22 PTS - 7 REB - 9/15 FG - 4/10 3PT FG
Rudy Gay: 17 PTS - 4 REB - 6/8 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Ben McLemore: 11 PTS - 3 REB - 5/7 FG - 1/2 3PT FG
Bruno Caboclo: 10 PTS - 4/6 FG - 2/4 3PT FG - 13 MIN
Reggie Jackson: 9 PTS - 10 AST - 3/4 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Kostas Lekic: 9 PTS - 3/5 3PT FG - 20 MIN
J. Nelson/Q. Acy/D. Gibson: 8 PTS


Golden State Warriors Top Performers
Giannis Antekokounmpo: 15 PTS - 5/8 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 4/6 FT
Klay Thompson: 14 PTS - 6/10 FG - 2/2 FT
Ray McCallum: 12 PTS - 5/9 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Stephen Curry: 10 PTS - 3 AST - 3/9 FG - 4/4 FT - 5 TO

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NBA Notes:
Thunder win 11th straight, now 45-23 overall.
Suns lose 8th straight, now 26-43 overall.

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The Sacramento Kings announced F Jae Crowder suffered a Patellar Dislocation in his left knee and will miss at least two weeks. He suffered the injury during the third quarter of the team's win over the Warriors. He will be reevaluated at the end of the regular season and may be active for the playoffs. He is averaging 7.7 PPG and 2.7 RPG in 20.2 MPG this season for the Kings.

The Kings have activated Danny Granger, whose veteran experience will help support Bruno Caboclo at the backup small forward. The Kings have 15 games left in the regular season.
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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings crush Warriors by 38, Crowder to miss time (37-30)

Postby Kevin on Fri Aug 07, 2015 8:53 pm

ouch, that gotta hurt. How's Caboclo doing in your association?
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Re: - Here We Reign - Cousins dominates Suns, but Harden dominates Kings (39-33)

Postby Vespasian92 on Thu Aug 13, 2015 5:27 am

Kings solid enough to beat Hawks
Kings: 116
Hawks: 108

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 23 PTS - 12 REB - 10/20 FG - 3/4 FT
Ryan Anderson: 20 PTS - 4 REB - 7/11 FG - 5/9 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Rudy Gay: 15 PTS - 2 REB - 5 AST - 6/9 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Reggie Jackson: 14 PTS - 11 AST - 6/10 FG - 2/3 3PT FG


Atlanta Hawks Top Performers
Jeffrey Dawkins: 23 PTS - 3 REB - 8/16 FG - 3/9 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Al Horford: 19 PTS - 6 REB - 8/14 FG - 3/3 FT
Adreian Payne: 15 PTS - 14 REB - 6/11 FG - 3/3 FT
Jeff Teague: 11 PTS - 9 AST - 5/12 FG - 1/4 3PT FG

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Boogie struggles against Magic
Magic: 110
Kings: 100

Orlando Magic Top Performers
Nikola Vucevic: 19 PTS - 13 REB - 7/12 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 4/5 FT
Goran Dragic: 16 PTS - 9 AST - 6/17 FG - 2/6 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Victor Oladipo: 16 PTS - 5 REB - 6 AST - 5 STL - 5/10 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Maurice Harkless: 13 PTS - 3 REB - 5/13 FG - 3/8 3PT FG


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Ryan Anderson: 20 PTS - 4 REB - 7/11 FG - 5/9 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Darin Gibson: 16 PTS - 4 REB - 7/7 FG - 2/2 FT - 20 MIN
Ben McLemore: 15 PTS - 4 REB - 5 AST - 5/7 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 3/5 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 14 PTS - 8 REB - 5/15 FG - 4/4 FT
Rudy Gay: 10 PTS - 6 REB - 4/10 FG - 2/2 FT

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Kings give one away in 4th
Nets: 108
Kings: 99

Brooklyn Nets Top Performers
Brook Lopez: 22 PTS - 15 REB - 10/14 FG - 2/4 FT
Thomas Jackson: 21 PTS - 3 REB - 4 AST - 7/12 FG - 3/5 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Bojan Bogdanovic: 15 PTS - 5 REB - 4/14 FG - 2/6 3PT FG - 5/6 FT
Cory Jefferson: 14 PTS - 8 REB - 7/15 FG


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 22 PTS - 18 REB - 8/16 FG - 6/8 FT
Reggie Jackson: 19 PTS - 10 AST - 9/21 FG - 1/1 FT
Rudy Gay: 16 PTS - 3 REB - 8/12 FG
Ben McLemore: 14 PTS - 3 REB - 6/9 FG - 2/3 3PT FG

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Cousins punishes smaller Suns, scores 20 in 1st
Kings: 116
Suns: 96

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Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 44 PTS (Career-High) - 11 REB - 4 AST - 14/29 FG - 16/19 FT
Bruno Caboclo: 15 PTS - 3 REB - 6/10 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Reggie Jackson: 10 PTS - 5 AST - 4/5 FG - 2/2 3PT FG
Darin Gibson: 8 PTS - 6 REB - 4/6 FG - 15 MIN
Quincy Acy: 8 PTS - 7 REB - 3/5 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 1/2 FT - 22 MIN


Phoenix Suns Top Performers
Eric Bledsoe: 22 PTS - 4 AST - 6/11 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 7/8 FT
T.J. Warren: 17 PTS - 7/16 FG - 3/7 3PT FG
Benjamin Taylor: 13 PTS - 8 REB - 5/8 FG - 3/6 FT
Markieff Morris: 9 PTS - 8 REB - 4/8 FG - 1/2 FT - 6 FLS

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Kings miss Crowder as Harden goes for 43
Rockets: 119
Kings: 101

Houston Rockets Top Performers
James Harden: 43 PTS - 4 REB - 9 AST - 15/28 FG - 1/7 3PT FG - 12/15 FT
Tony Wroten: 22 PTS - 4 AST - 9/15 FG - 1/5 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Dwight Howard: 20 PTS - 5 REB - 8/12 FG - 4/8 FT
Isaiah Canaan: 12 PTS - 3 AST - 4/6 FG - 3/4 3PT FG - 1/2 FT


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 15 PTS - 13 REB - 5/9 FG - 5/5 FT
Ben McLemore: 14 PTS - 2 REB - 5/17 FG - 0/6 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Ryan Anderson: 13 PTS - 7 REB - 6/10 FG - 1/2 3PT FG
Reggie Jackson: 10 PTS - 8 AST - 3/10 FG - 4/4 FT
Rudy Gay: 9 PTS - 4 REB - 3/5 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 2/2 FT

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Thunder win 16th straight, now 50-23 overall.

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Re: - Here We Reign - Kings pull out close wins, beat OKC (43-34)

Postby Vespasian92 on Wed Aug 19, 2015 10:06 am

Kings pull out close one against Spurs
Kings: 96
Spurs: 95

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Demarcus Cousins: 23 PTS - 14 REB - 9/20 FG - 5/5 FT
Ryan Anderson: 13 PTS - 5 REB - 5/6 FG - 3/4 3PT FG
Reggie Jackson: 10 PTS - 5 REB - 6 AST - 4/9 FG - 2/2 FT
Rudy Gay: 10 PTS - 3 REB - 4/6 FG - 2/3 3PT FG


San Antonio Spurs Top Performers
Greivis Vasquez: 20 PTS - 7/9 FG - 2/4 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Kawhi Leonard: 18 PTS - 8 REB - 7 AST - 7/16 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 2/2 FT
Tony Parker: 13 PTS - 4 REB - 3 AST - 6/14 FG - 1/3 FT
J.J. Hickson: 10 PTS - 10 REB - 5/10 FG

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Pelicans crush Kings by 19
Pelicans: 127
Kings: 108

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Derrick Favors has discovered things are quite the same in New Orleans as in Sacramento, with nearly identical records and the same lack of shots

New Orleans Pelicans Top Performers
Anthony Davis: 25 PTS - 11 REB - 6 AST - 10/15 FG - 5/5 FT
Tyreke Evans: 24 PTS - 9 AST - 9/15 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Jrue Holiday: 23 PTS - 5 REB - 10 AST - 10/21 FG - 3/3 FT
Draymond Green: 12 PTS - 5 AST - 4/10 FG - 3/8 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
Derrick Favors: 4 PTS - 9 REB - 2/4 FG - 22 MIN - 6 FLS


Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Kostas Lekic: 25 PTS - 9/15 FG - 6/10 3PT FG - 1/2 FT - 22 MIN
Demarcus Cousins: 21 PTS - 11 REB - 7/17 FG - 7/9 FT
Reggie Jackson: 14 PTS - 5 AST - 6/11 FG - 2/2 FT
Rudy Gay: 11 PTS - 2 REB - 4/7 FG - 3/3 FT

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Kings do enough on Harden in Reggie's big night
Kings: 112
Rockets: 107

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Including Lekic's 25 points in NO, the Kings have recently given more offensive freedom to a teammate who has it going

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Reggie Jackson: 38 PTS (Career-High) - 5 REB - 9 AST - 3 STL - 15/27 FG - 3/5 3PT FG - 5/6 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 21 PTS - 8 REB - 6/10 FG - 9/9 FT
Kostas Lekic: 12 PTS - 4/6 FG - 2/3 3PT FG - 2/2 FT - 19 MIN
Bruno Caboclo: 9 PTS - 2 REB - 3/5 FG - 1/1 3PT FG - 2/2 FT - 18 MIN
Rudy Gay: 8 PTS - 3 REB - 4/7 FG


Houston Rockets Top Performers
James Harden: 25 PTS - 3 REB - 7 AST - 7/19 FG - 3/7 3PT FG - 8/8 FT
Tony Wroten: 24 PTS - 4 AST - 11/18 FG - 1/5 3PT FG - 1/2 FT
P.J. Tucker: 18 PTS - 8/12 FG - 2/5 3PT FG
Dwight Howard: 6 PTS - 7 REB - 2/9 FG - 2/2 FT

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Jackson again steps up in win
Kings: 118
Jazz: 111

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Reggie Jackson: 27 PTS - 3 AST - 9/13 FG - 3/5 3PT FG - 6/7 FT
Demarcus Cousins: 19 PTS - 15 REB - 6/10 FG - 7/10 FT
Bruno Caboclo: 16 PTS - 4 REB - 6/8 FG - 3/3 3PT FG - 1/1 FT - 18 MIN
Rudy Gay: 10 PTS - 5 REB - 5 AST - 4/15 FG - 2/4 FT


Utah Jazz Top Performers
Dante Exum: 21 PTS - 3 REB - 3 AST - 10/20 FG - 1/5 3PT FG
Gordon Hayward: 18 PTS - 7 REB - 6/12 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Frederick Klein: 17 PTS - 6 REB - 7/15 FG - 1/5 3PT FG - 2/4 FT
Rudy Gobert: 12 PTS - 12 REB - 4/6 FG - 4/5 FT

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Kings finally beat Thunder thanks to Rudy's clutch performance
Kings: 113
Thunder: 112

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Aside from Rudy's heroics, it was Quincy Acy's all-around effort that sparked the Kings past the Thunder

Sacramento Kings Top Performers
Rudy Gay: 26 PTS - 9 REB - 12/19 FG - 1/3 3PT FG - 1/1 FT
Reggie Jackson: 19 PTS - 6 AST - 7/12 FG - 1/2 3PT FG - 4/4 FT
Kostas Lekic: 14 PTS - 4/8 3PT FG - 2/2 FT - 18 MIN
Quincy Acy: 12 PTS - 8 REB - 6 AST (Career-High) - 4 BLK - 5/9 FG - 2/5 3PT FG - 24 MIN
Demarcus Cousins: 11 PTS - 15 REB - 5 BLK - 4/17 FG - 3/3 FT


Oklahoma City Thunder Top Performers
Russell Westbrook: 32 PTS - 4 REB - 5 AST - 13/22 FG - 3/6 3PT FG - 3/4 FT
Kevin Durant: 23 PTS - 8 REB - 6 AST - 11/22 FG - 1/8 3PT FG
Serge Ibaka: 13 PTS - 7 REB - 5/11 FG - 3/4 FT
Jeremy Lamb: 13 PTS - 3 REB - 5/11 FG - 3/4 3PT FG

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