Once more, the Sacramento Kings are toiling in the NBA’s version of no man’s land. On the verge of missing the playoffs for the 15th straight season, when will a light finally shine at the end of this franchise’s depressing tunnel?. After the Kings traded away very...
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With the Thunder and Kings set to square off Monday night, two Kentucky stars will square off once again. In the NBA, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander has dominated De’Aaron Fox with a record of 6-1, but the new look Kings with Domantis Sabonis will be no easy task. The two stars...
De’Aaron Fox, the starting point guard for the much-maligned Sacramento Kings — a franchise that hasn’t reached the playoffs for 15 straight seasons — has apparently found a new way to invoke public wrath: NFTs. A project, launched together with Fox’s wife and a development team...
Sacramento Kings guard De’Aaron Fox is facing some hefty allegations and hundreds of angry investors after pulling the plug on an NFT scheme that raised over $1.5 million since launching in December of 2021. It’s being called a ‘rug pull’ by investors, ostensibly saying Fox schemed to defraud them of their money and never deliver on the promises he laid out when the ‘swipathefox’ NFT project launched.
DeMar DeRozan outdueled De’Aaron Fox to send the Chicago Bulls into the All-Star break with the best record in the Eastern Conference. DeRozan had 38 points, six rebounds and six assists in a 125-118 victory over the Kings on Wednesday night at United Center. DeRozan made 16 of 27 from the field to post his eighth consecutive 30-point game.
Domantas Sabonis had 22 points on 10-of-15 shooting with 12 rebounds and eight assists for Sacramento. Justin Holiday made six 3-pointers to finish with 18 points. Harrison Barnes added 17. DeRozan came into the game on a hot streak after averaging 37.6 points over the previous seven games, including a 40-point game against the San Antonio Spurs and a 45-point game against the Philadelphia 76ers. “He’s playing like the MVP right now, I think we can all agree,” Fox said.
The Sacramento Kings on Tuesday pulled off a big trade, dealing Tyrese Haliburton, Buddy Hield and Tristan Thompson to Indiana for Domantas Sabonis. Sabonis is a two-time All-Star, so the Kings were very excited to acquire him. De’Aaron Fox already seems pretty thrilled with the move. The Kings on...
While teams like the Indiana Pacers and New Orleans Pelicans are making splashes before the trade deadline, the New York Knicks have been working their phones. With the deadline just a day away, it seems the New York front office is still rummaging around for reasonable deals. The Knicks are, obviously, now out of the CJ McCollum sweepstakes, but other names remain on the whiteboard.