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Sacramento Kings

The Sacramento Kings are the oldest team in the NBA and have represented five different US states during that time. While the team hasn’t had much success, it has picked up plenty of fans along the way. Sports betting is legal in many US states, and you can make watching the Kings and other NBA teams more exciting by betting on the outcomes at NBA betting sites ...more less

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Sacramento Kings Team Stats

Before you fire up your NBA betting apps to wager on the next Sacramento Kings matchup, Read on to find the current team stats, including total points scored, points conceded, points per game, player stats and more.

Season
GP 82
PTS 120.7
FGM 43.57
FG% 0.494
3PM 13.76
3P% 0.369
FTM 19.8
FT% 0.79
REB 42.45
AST 27.3
STL 7
BLK 3.35
TO 13.12
PF 19.71

Sacramento Kings Player Stats

The player stats of each player on the Sacramento Kings, both from this season and seasons past right here:

Player
Season
Stats 2022-2023
GP 32
MIN 6.7
FG% 0.34
3P% 0.333
FT% 0.571
REB 0.41
AST 1.3
STL 0.22
BLK 0
TO 0.31
PF 0.63
PTS 1.5

Sacramento Kings Betting Odds

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Sacramento Kings Next Games Odds

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Sacramento Kings Odds to Win the NBA Championship

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Sacramento Kings Odds to Win the Western Conference

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Sacramento Kings Starting Lineups

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Sacramento Kings History

In the shadow of the LA Lakers and Golden State Warriors in California, the Sacramento Kings have a much less successful history than its state neighbors. However, as the oldest team in the NBA, the team has a history that suggests things could have been different for the franchise.

The Sacramento Kings can trace their history back to the Rochester Seagrams, which launched in 1923. The team actually spent more than 30 years in New York state, changing from the Seagrams to the Rochester Pros, then Rochester Royals. Playing their first season in the National Basketball League (NBL) in 1945/46, the Royals won the championship. The franchise was able to reach the NBL finals in the following two seasons but could not repeat its title success. 

For the 1948-49 season, the Royals moved to the Basketball Association of America (BAA). Next was the NBA for the 1949-50 season, following the merger of the BAA and NBL. 

In the second-ever NBA season, the Rochester Royals claimed an NBA Championship with a victory over local rivals, the New York Knicks. This was arguably the best team in the franchise’s history, featuring Hall of Famers Arnie Risen, Bobby Wanzer and Bob Davies. Despite the quality, this team would not win another NBA championship but would make the conference finals a further two times before 1954. 

That was as good as it would get for the remainder of the decade, as the aging Royals team missed the playoffs in all but one season. In 1957, the franchise left Rochester and New York to relocate to Cincinnati, Ohio. 

During the 1960s, the Cincinnati Royals made the postseason six consecutive seasons but could not progress past the division finals in 1962/63 and 1963/64. 

The ‘70s brought more turbulence and patchy success. In 1972, the team was on the move again, this time setting roots in Kansas City, Missouri. Because the city already had a baseball team known as the Royals, the NBA franchise became the Kansas City-Omaha Kings. This twin-city name was because the team would split its home games between Kansas City and Omaha. After three seasons, the team settled permanently in Kansas City and dropped Omaha from its name. 

During the decade, the Kings could not make much progress and made the playoffs just once. However, the start of the 1980s brought some hope. During the 1980-81 season, the Kings went all the way to the conference Finals but could not overcome the Houston Rockets. 

However, that would become the pinnacle of the team’s success. Over the next 17 years (1981 – 1998), the team would reach the postseason just three times and crash out in the first round each time. During that time, the franchise was sold to an ownership group in California, so it moved once again and became the Sacramento Kings. 

During the first 13 years in the city, the Kings finished second-to-last place in their division 10 times. That long drought ended in the 1998-99 season when the team went on a run of eight consecutive years of making the playoffs. This was the best run for the franchise since the 1960s and included reaching the conference finals. 

Since 2006, the Sacramento Kings have not been back to the playoffs and are known more for itheir off-court problems than on-court success. Not making the playoffs since 2006 gives the Sacramento Kings the longest run without reaching the playoffs of any NBA franchise. The team hasn’t won the NBA Finals for 71 seasons, the longest drought for any NBA team.