The Kings may play their final game in Sacramento on Wednesday. Chris speaks personally about trying to keep basketball in the state capitol and asks for Chuck’s help.


  1. Tex Tyle says:

    Vlade’ Divak left his Heart in Sacramento,
    but kept his Ring from LA!
    What does he care.
    And then Artest gives his to the Bank?
    Would “the round mound of rebound”?

  2. Kings Fan says:

    Thanks for the support Chuck. What do you think about the Maloofs not attending the final game (ever) of the season? Seems like a low blow to me.

  3. I personally would like to see the Kings stay in Sacramento. I personally think that the Kings are going to improve in the next 3 years granted they draft the right people. I do like the base of Tyreke Evans, DeMarcus Cousins, Jason Thompson and Omri Casspi. I’d like to see them land Kyrie Irving of Duke or Derrick Williams of Arizona. While the Bulls and the Celtics are my two favorite teams in the NBA I do like the Kings. If the Kings do move I’d personally rather see them move back to my homestate of Missouri. There is no NBA team in Missouri which to me is disappointing. We have two baseball teams, two football teams and zero NBA teams. I do root for the Kings to improve and get better. Marcus Thornton has been something else too since coming to the Kings. He’s been doing some great NBA ballin stuff. I also wanted to tell you that I like this blog. I didn’t start watching basketball until the 80’s when Larry Bird, Kevin Mchale, Robert Parrish and Magic Johnson were playing. The NBA has been very exciting this year. Blake Griffin has made the Clippers a very exciting team to watch and I hope he stays there and helps that struggling franchise.

  4. Cynthia says:

    Charles – Thank you very much for being so candid about the Sacramento Kings and supporting our basketball team. Hopefully this wasn’t our last game in Sac.

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