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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 The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
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 The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
We are into the middle of the second round and will now be doing five profiles per episode, starting with the shooting guards. We end up with two players we would feel happy about Sacramento selecting.By The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
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.…
In this episode, we open with the additions to Sacramento's front office then dive into two likely early to mid-second round big men in Daniel Oturu (Minnesota) and Zeke Nnaji (Arizona). Both Oturu and Nnaji possess intriguing offensive versatility while also having clear defensive pros and cons. The Sacramento Kings could strongly consider signing…
The largege group of point guards outside the lottery have now all been covered by us! We profile the final two in Cassius Winston (Michigan State) and Devon Dotson (Kansas) and rank them among all the potential PG candidates for the Sacramento Kings at pick 35.By The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
Friend of the show and draft expert for, Bryant West, joins us today to talk through his recently realeased updated draft board. We discuss who the Sacramento Kings should consider at fit 12 and how those prospects fit the direction and current roster moving forward.By The Kings Herald, Bryant West, Brenden Nunes
The Sacramento Kings have officially hired Monte McNair, ex Assistant GM of the Houston Rockets, as their head of basketball operations. We break down Houston's transactions and draft picks throughout his tenure, and give our thoughts on how it will translate to Sacramento.By The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
Sachin Gupta seems to be the most popular candidate for the Sacramento Kings Gm opening now that Adam Simon, Trajan Langdon, and Calvin Booth have denied. We are joined by Minnesota beat writer, Dane Moore (@DaneMooreNBA), to talk about his experiences with Gupta, Sachin's FO history, and the likelihood of Gupta accepting the position. We also touc…
Before we dive back into prospect profiles for the 2020 NBA Draft, we decided it would be best if we shared our updated big boards - only going 15 deep this time around. Since the conversation ran long, we decided to turn it into two separate episodes, this is part two.By The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
We were joined by Tim Maxwell to dive into potential Buddy Hield trades since there is a fair chance Hield asks out this offseason. Rich also just released a piece on the Sacramento Bee that guided a good majority of this conversation:…
Scotty Perry seems to be emerging as a potential favorite for the Sacramento Kings' new opening at GM. For that reason, we were joined by Jonathan Marci of Knicks Film School, to dive into Perry's track record as an executive, particularly his time recently spent in New York.By The Kings Herald, Jonathan Macri, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanwoski
We are joined by Greg, the editor of The Kings Herald and longtime Kings' fan & writer, to get his perspective on Vlade the player vs. the GM, his hopes for the hiring process, the team's new direction, winning the lottery coin flip, and more.By Rich Ivanowski, The Kings Herald, Greg Wissinger, Brenden Nunes
The Sacramento Kings have sealed their fate for the rollercoaster ride that was the 2019-20 NBA season by missing out on the playoffs and playing terribly inside the bubble. We should have seen this coming, but where should the team go from here and what is the best method to improvement.By The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
5 games of Sacramento Kings' basketball have now been completed in the Orlando NBA bubble, and Sacramento is good as gone. They have debatably been the worst team that was invited to the bubble, and there is an understandable amount of frustration from us and the fan base.By The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
Part two of the 2020 NBA Mock Draft, which is also round 2 of the draft, where we are joined by local draft experts, Nathaniel Miller and Bryant West. We go through three Sacramento Kings' selections and all picks 31-60.Pt. 1 features the entire 1st round mock.By Nathaniel Miller, The Kings Herald, Bryant West, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
We are joined by our regular draft experts, Nathaniel Miller and Bryant West, to do an entire mock of the 2020 NBA Draft - 60 picks! Part 1 features the 30 picks of the first round, Sacramento selects 12th, and Part 2 will contain the entire 2nd round.By Nathaniel Miller, The Kings Herald, Bryant West, Rich Ivanowksi, Brenden Nunes
Sacramento Kings' basketball has returned! The Kings faced the Miami Heat in the first scrimmage in Orlando and we discuss our notes from that showing including minutes from the rookies, a higher pace, some small ball that may have only been due to lack of depth, and more.By The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes, Richard Ivanowski
Brenden and Rich dive into what will likely be late first round guards selected in the 2020 NBA Draft who both have the potential to be the steal of the year. The choice between Tyrell Terry (Stanford) and Tre Jones (Duke) really comes to down if you put more value in a prospects floor or ceiling. Would either one fit well for Sacramento if they we…
Continuing our draft profiles, we are onto two big men projected in the late first round in Xavier Tillman (Michigan State) and Isaiah Stewart (Washington). How do either one of these players excel more than a backup center in the modern NBA and should Sacramento consider selecting them at 35?By Rich Ivanowski, The Kings Herald, Brenden Nunes
Brenden and Rich dive into two players that are projected to go in the teens of the upcoming 2020 NBA Draft in Aleksej Pokusevski (Olympicacos B) and Jalen Smith (Maryland). Both players are potential frontcourt pairings for Marvin Bagley III and prospects the Sacramento Kings should take a serious look at.…
Brenden and Rich are joined by another podcast host from The Kings Herald in Bradley Geiser (host of The Jester's Court) to talk about his journey to covering basketball, some food takes, movie character comparisons, and more. Check out part two of the episode on the Jester's Court feed.By Rich Ivanowski, Brenden Nunes, Bradley Geiser
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