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Sacramento Kings Details
Previously residing in Rochester, Cincinnati, and Kansas City, the Sacramento Kings moved to their current city in 1985. The team is notorious for some offensively gifted squads, including a team in the early 2000s that may have been the best in the league at the time. Before then, though, the Kings had some iconic players through out their time in Sacramento.
When the franchise was new to Sacramento, players like Reggie Theus and Larry Drew were key players with the draft pick of Ricky Berry in 1988-1989 showcasing all of his talent after a strong rookie year. But things really got going for the Kings at the turn of the century, where they put together an entertaining squad that nearly broke through for championships.
That team consisted of players like Chris Webber and Vlade Divac to play at the bigger positions on the floor, with dynamic guards like Mike Bibby and the sharp shooting Peja Stojakovic to spread the floor and make the Kings a terror on the offensive end of the floor. This team modeled closely some of the more modern squads that choose to spread the floor and shoot three point shots as a top priority.
This iteration of the Kings was the most successful version of the squad, as they won two straight division titles in 2002 and 2003. They competed for the Western Conference championship in 2002, where the Lakers just barely got the better of the Kings despite incredible performances throughout the series from the likes of Webber and Bibby.
Because of that series, and how heated things got toward the end of it, the Lakers could very well be considered the biggest rival of the Kings. Los Angeles' success during the most successful period in Kings history caused plenty of derision from Kings supporters. Given how good both teams were at their peaks, though, there was a definite respect between the players themselves in this rivalry.
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When do Kings playoff tickets go on sale?
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Sacramento Kings schedule
The Sacramento Kings start their season in the month of October, and the regular season ends in April. Should the Kings qualify for the playoffs, those run from April into June depending on how well the team performs. As far as specific game dates are concerned, the middle of August is when the specifics of the Kings schedule is usually released.
How much do Kings tickets cost?
Kings tickets tend to be reasonably priced, depending on where in the arena you sit. The closer to the court, the more expensive tickets tend to be. The average resale ticket price for the Sacramento Kings sits at $82.
When do the Kings play the Lakers?
The Lakers and Kings both play in the Pacific Division, so they end up playing multiple games against one another. With both teams in the division looking for playoff positioning, games against division opponents are incredibly high stakes, with the Kings and Lakers being no exception.
For specific dates, see above or visit our Kings vs. Lakers tickets page.
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