Can Sacramento Kings Repeat Their NBA Big Season?

This franchise in 74 years has made the NBA Playoffs only 29 times. We still remember that big team led by Mike Bibby, Chris Webber, Vlade Divac, Doug Christie, Bobby Jackson, Peja Stojakovic, and head coach Rick Alderman. This great team did not win it all, but their fans were delighted to see them.


A New Version of the Sacramento Kings

 The new kids look as talented as their predecessors, a very young core. Let’s take a look at this team for next season.

De’Aaron Fox, their big star the Southpal, with only 25 years old point guard and sometimes a tiny guard, had a fabulous campaign and played 73 games in the regular season, 25,0 ppg, 51,2 FG%. His nickname “The General” was picked by the Sacramento Kings in the fifth position first round in 2017. His quickness and sharp shooting, that mid-range shot is devastating. He will command the offense again next season. 


Domantas Sabonis

Also, a left-hand player, reaching his prime at 27 years old, the son of one of the greatest if not the biggest player from Lithuanian Arvydas Sabonis, not as tall and big as his father, but has fit perfectly into this team. He does play his father’s position as center, appeared in 79 games, 19,1 ppg, shooting for 61,5 FGP and 12,3 rebounds per game. He will be an unrestricted free agent in 2024 and is making $28 million per campaign.

Another exciting and young player es Keegan Murray, a power forward and a great number in the past season, played almost all the games in the regular season, 80 games, 12,2 ppg and shooting for 45,3 FGP, and was very good from beyond the arc, with 41,1 per game. Has a twin brother Kris Murray as so a professional player.

Also added this year was Malik Monk, who came from the Los Angeles Lakers as a free agent and fitted perfectly in the system. At only 25 years old the small guard had good numbers also, like the rest of his teammates, 77 games played, 13,5 ppg, and outstanding 44,8 FTP.


Coach Mike Brown, Whta The Kings Needed

The 53-year-old native from Columbus Ohio, named Coach of the Year 2023, led Sacramento to a 48-34 record in the regular season and its first playoff appearance since 2006. The team was classified as a surprising third in the NBA Western Conference and had to face the sixth-place Golden State Warriors. This was one of the best matches and series from the past playoffs and they went all the way to seven games, with a drama game four in San Francisco, the local team won 126-125, with big shots by superstar Steph Curry.

This team is ready for the new season and don’t count them out, the NBA odds for them not only making the NBA Playoffs again but getting further deep in the playoffs. More mature, adding the right pieces, making them a team to beat in the west, very well coached and the fans pushing and identifying with their young and core talent. A team fun to watch and can give some surprises for the upcoming season with impressive NBA Lines.


Golden 1 Center

Since 2016 the Arena where the King’s plays are called Golden 1 Center, the naming rights agreement was for a 20-year partnership for the complex. The authorities will hold a 35-year expected lifespan and will generate an estimated $11,5 billion in economic activity during that time frame. The Arena also has the first largest patio doors you will ever see. The indoor and outdoor living set the tone for the $500 plus million, 17,500-seat venue. The development also includes a Hotel, restaurants, and shops, which includes $500 million in real estate within a three-block radius. The entire Kings operation was moved into the venue, with a 60,000-square-foot practice facility.