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The NBA Draft is going to be one of the primary ways that the Sacramento Kings can improve their roster this season. We dive into where we are at with the current pool of prospects and our thoughts on who fits well with the De'Aaron Fox and Tyrese Haliburton both at the top and in the 9/10 range.By Blue Wire
 
We are joined by Jill Adge, who is one of the most well-researched people out there when it comes to potential free-agent head-coaching candidates this coming offseason to talk about Luke Walton and his future in Sacramento. There has been mixed reporting recently that we run through and we also touch on Monte McNair's recent interview with James H…
 
It's a fifty-point loss to the Utah Jazz without Donovan Mitchell or Mike Conley. We are joined by Greg Wissinger as we talk about the Chimezie Metu and Damian Jones signings, Tyrese Haliburton's future, and a bunch of other non-basketball related topics from movies, alcohol, the weather, and why the 49ers should absolutely not pick Mac Jones.…
 
With nearly an entire season under his belt, Monte McNair has shown us very little during his time as Sacramento's general manager. Rich Ivanowski joins us to debate if we are able to label McNair as a good or bad GM based on the moves we have seen so far. We also touch on Haliburton's elite 4th quarter vs. Golden State, and the win against the Dal…
 
De'Aaron Fox has been playing out of his mind, and it's far from the first time we have seen him do so this season. With the level of play that Fox has reached, we break down where the developments in his game have come from with Greg of The Kings Herald and also talk about what caliber of player he could be long term. Also, what is the ideal way t…
 
The trade deadline has come and gone and the Sacramento Kings made no moves that alter the direction of the franchise in one way or another. We are joined by Tim Maxwell, of the Kings Herald, to talk about why we are disappointed while also doing our best to find a sliver of optimism for the future.By Blue Wire
 
Tim Maxwell joins the show to break down why Sacramento needs to move on from Harrison Barnes or Buddy Hield or risk losing Richaun Holmes in the offseason. We dive into some of our ideal outcomes leading up to the March 25th deadline and future teambuilding around De'Aaron Fox and Tyrese Haliburton.…
 
We spend nearly 90 minutes breaking down the trade deadline from the Sacramento Kings' perspective. They are clearly sellers heading into March 25th and Harrison Barnes is a seemingly hot commodity. We break down potential deals for Barnes, Buddy Hield, Nemanja Bjelica, Richaun Holmes, Hassan Whiteside, Cory Joseph. We also debate if the Kings shou…
 
One half the season is in the books and the second half has begun with the Sacramento Kings emerging victorious over the shorthanded Houston Rockets. We spend a majority of the episode talking about what we will be watching for in the remaining games of the schedule and close with notes on March Madness.…
 
The Kings have lost 7 games straight now, but there has been promising development shown from Marvin Bagley that we dive into. De'Aaron Fox's effort levels seem to come and go. We update how Robert Woodard and Jahmi'us Ramsey have been performing and debate how they should be handled. And we close with giving a draft profile on Duke's Jalen Johnson…
 
Robert Woodard II and Jahmi'us Ramsey have been assigned to the G-League Bubble. Having watched all of their minutes, we give our notes on what we have seen - Woodard has been extremely impressive and Ramsey seems to have a bit more of a learning curve, which is understandable considering he is the 7th youngest player in the NBA. We also check in o…
 
The Sacramento Kings lost a hard-fought battle to the Eastern-Conference leading Philadelphia 76ers and Marvin Bagley spent minutes guarding Joel Embiid as the team's center! It was a phenomenal game from him, De'Aaron Fox continued his excellence, and the offense as a whole is proving to be legit.By Blue Wire
 
The Sacramento Kings come away from their East Coast road trip going a surprising 3-1. I am joined by Giancarlo Navas of Miami Heat Beat to talk about the most recent showdown in South Beach that was highlighted by De'Aaron Fox's phenomenal fourth quarter. In the seconds half of the episode, Louis Zatzman of Raptors Republic comes on to give his th…
 
The Minnesota Timberwolves are one of the few teams in the league that currently boasts a worst record than the Sacramento Kings, but will that last? Joined by Dane Moore, beat reporter for the Timberwolves, we break down how their season has gone and the sad parallels between the two franchises.By Blue Wire
 
The first of a new series checking in on the other bottoms teams around the NBA to get a gauge on where the Sacramento Kings really stand relative to their competition. Jonathan Macri, of the Knicks Film School, is the first guest to kick it off talking about the NYK/SAC matchup along with how the year has gone for the Knicks.…
 
With a historically bad defense, it is time to turn our focus towards the hope that is the 2021 NBA Draft! Sacramento has a promising young core based around Fox and Haliubrton that really can fit most talents that are available at the top of the stacked 2021 Draft. Draft expert PD Web joins us to talk about incoming prospects and their potential f…
 
Two fun games against the Portland Trail Blazers and Indiana Pacers featured nothing but offense on both ends of the floor. We touch on the promising play from Harrison Barnes, Richaun Holmes, De'Aaron Fox's shooting, and more. James Harden was also traded to the Brooklyn Nets today in a four-team deal and we break down has that blockbuster move af…
 
Joined by Bryant West, of the Kings Herald, we took questions from Twitter and Kings reddit for today's episode. The main topics we were asked to talk about were Marvin Bagley's complicated situation and ceiling, the play of Cory Joseph, and some potential trade partners for CoJo, Buddy Hield, and Harrison Barnes.…
 
The college season has already begun, and Sacramento will likely be looking at a top-10 selection in the 2021 NBA Draft. In this episode, we give an early preview of the names to keep tabs on and what type of players are likely to be the top prospects. There are many players that could change the Kings franchise very quickly.…
 
We continue our talk of likely second-rounders in the 2020 NBA Draft with the rest of the "power fowards". The list we cover today includes Paul Reed (DePaul), Killian Tillie (Gonzaga), Jordan Nwora (Louisville), Abdoulaye N'doye (Cholet), and Lamine Diane (Cal State Northridge).By Blue Wire
 
More wing plays for the Sacramento Kings to consider in the second round of the draft where they own picks 35, 43, & 52. Cassius Stanley (Duke), Elijah Hughes (Syracuse), Jay Scrubb (Community College), Naji Marshall (Xavier), and Mason Jones (Arkansas).By Blue Wire
 
In our continued coverage of the draft, we get to two of the best shooters in the 2020 NBA Draft in Desmond Bane and Isaiah Joe as well as the European wing initiator Leandro Bolmaro. With these names, we have now gone through 39 prospects on Kings Pulse and likely every player that will be selected in the first round of the upcoming draft.…
 
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