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Below is the current Sacramento Kings schedule. To buy tickets select the date of the basketball game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Kings tickets by phone.

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Sacramento Kings Team Info

One of the biggest stories in basketball a season ago involved Ron Artest who's only concern is getting wins and helping to make the Kings something fans want once again. Rejoining his team after a year long suspension, Artest moved over to the Kings, who were in desperate need of a defensive presence on the court.

With the help of Artest, Mike Bibby and Brad Miller rallied the rest of the team into a late season run that put the Kings in the playoffs. They put up a valiant fight, but in the end they were no match for a tough opponent with a deep bench. The Kings lost the series four games to two, but the entire season was a step in the right direction after the break up of a powerhouse that knocked on the door of the NBA Finals for most of the early part of the decade.

Prior to the 1998-1999 season, the Kings made a trade for Chris Webber that would transform this team from perennial loser into championship contender for the better part of seven years. After making the playoffs only one time in twelve years, Chris Webber and his commitment to the team insured that the Kings would compete for a major title every year that he played for them. Led by coach Rick Adelman, all the pieces for the Kings fell into place as the starting line up consisted of a well -rounded starting line up on both offence and defense. Joining Webber was Vlade Divac, Doug Christie, Peja Stojakovic and Mike Bibby, who was traded from the Grizzlies for Jason Williams.

One of their best years came in the 2001-2002 season. The team garnered a 61-21 record on its way to dominating the first two rounds. In the Western Conference of that year, the Kings faced off against a team that was viewed as cocky and perhaps a bit lazy. The Kings suffered a devastating loss in Game 4, when Robert Horry made a three-point field goal that allowed the opponent back into the series. Unfortunately the Kings ultimately lost.

Now the Kings are moving forward once again and things have never been so exciting for the ravenous fans, who attend the games and cheer their team on as if every game is for the Championship.