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Sacramento Kings Info

One of the NBA’s oldest franchises (the team’s roots date back to the semi-pro Rochester Seagrams, founded in 1923), the then-Rochester Royals joined the National Basketball League in 1945, then joined the precursor to the current NBA, the Basketball Association of America, in 1948. The Royals franchise moved to Cincinnati in 1957, became the Kansas City-Omaha Kings in 1972, the Kansas City Kings in 1975, and moved to Sacramento in 1985. Despite their struggles since moving to Sacramento, the early decades of the franchise featured the likes of Oscar Robertson, Jerry Lucas, Maurice Stokes, as well as an NBA championship in the 1950-51 season. The Kings’ most successful stretch since moving to California was a period in the late 1990s and early 2000s, when a team led by Chris Webber, Vlade Divac, and Jason Williams (later traded for Mike Bibby) won two division titles, was twice the top seed in the West, and was one game from the NBA Finals in 2001-02. Be sure to get your cheap Kings tickets on TickPick so you can catch them in action!

How Much Do Sacramento Kings Tickets Cost?

Sacramento Kings tickets can resell for well above face value, but TickPick has the guaranteed best prices on Sacramento Kings tickets of any secondary ticket site.

Where do the Sacramento Kings play their home games?

The Sacramento Kings play their home games at Golden 1 Center.

Where will The Sacramento Kings be playing?

The Sacramento Kings are playing in the following cities:
Chase Center (San Francisco, CA)

How Many Championships Have the Sacramento Kings Won?

The Kings franchise has won one NBA championship, when the then-Rochester Royals defeated the New York Knicks in the 1950-51 season.

Who are the Sacramento Kings’ Biggest Rivals?

The Kings met the Los Angeles Lakers in three straight playoffs in the late 1990s and early 2000s, including an all-timer: the 2001-02 Western Conference Finals, which the Lakers won in seven games over the top-seeded Kings on their way to an NBA championship.

Who is on the Sacramento Kings Roster in 2021-22?

The Kings are led by a talented trio of young guards: De’Aaron Fox, Tyrese Haliburton, and rookie Davion Mitchell. Guard Buddy Hield’s future in Sacramento is tenuous, as he has been the subject of numerous trade rumors, while former lottery pick Marvin Bagley has struggled to stay healthy in his first three seasons. The remainder of the roster is made up mostly of veterans and journeymen, featuring the likes of Harrison Barnes, Tristan Thompson, Maurice Harkless, Richaun Holmes, and Alex Len.

Who is the Head Coach for the Sacramento Kings?

Former NBA player Luke Walton, the son of NBA great Bill Walton, enters his third season as the Kings’ head coach. Walton previously coached the Lakers, where he spent nine of his 11 seasons as a player.

Are the Sacramento Kings Requiring Fans to Be Vaccinated or Wear Masks This Season?

All fans age 2 and older are required to provide proof of full vaccination or provide a negative COVID-19 test within two days of entry. In addition, all fans age 2 and older must wear a mask at all times inside the arena except when actively eating or drinking.

Do Children Need Their Own Ticket for Sacramento Kings Games?

Children 24 months and older require a ticket to attend games at Golden 1 Center. Children under the age of 24 months do not need a ticket, but must be seated in the lap of an accompanying ticketed adult.

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