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Catching up with Doug Christie

Catching up with Doug Christie

Although he spent eight seasons in the NBA before being traded to Sacramento, Doug Christie became a Kings legend... Read More

'Sneak Peek' at Rudy's sneaker room

'Sneak Peek' at Rudy's sneaker room

"If you like shoes, you have to have a lot of them."... Read More

Kings sign Rudy Gay to contract extension

Kings sign Rudy Gay to contract extension

SACRAMENTO, CA ---- The Sacramento Kings have signed veteran forward Rudy Gay to a multi-year contract extension... Read More

Rudy Gay: By the numbers

Rudy Gay: By the numbers
Check out a breakdown of Gay’s 8-year career on-and-off the court, featuring his best start since entering the NBA in 2006. ... Read More

Kings to honor Bibby and Webber Thursday

Kings to honor Bibby and Webber Thursday

The Sacramento Kings are excited to announce Kings legend Mike Bibby will be the guest of honor for the team’s nationally-televised Legends Game on Thursday, Nov. 20 when the Kings host the Chicago Bulls... Read More

Sacramento chosen for 2017 NCAA Basketball Tourney

Sacramento chosen for 2017 NCAA Basketball Tourney


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Brooklyn, New York, and Des Moines, Iowa, will host NCAA men's basketball tournament games for the first time in 2016.

The NCAA announced Monday that the other 2016 preliminary round sites are Providence, St. Louis, Raleigh, North Carolina, Oklahoma City, Denver and Spokane, Washington. Regionals will be played in Philadelphia, Chicago, Louisville, Kentucky, and Anaheim, California.

The 2017 tourney games will be played in Buffalo, New York; Indianapolis; New York; Greensboro, North Carolina; Milwaukee; Orlando, Florida; Salt Lake City; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Sacramento, California. Regionals will be in Kansas City; San Jose, California; Memphis, Tennessee; and New York.

River City Rowing Club Hosts Head of the Port Regatta

River City Rowing Club Hosts Head of the Port Regatta

West Sacramento Rowing races Scheduled for October 12th from 8:00am to 1:00pm

River City Rowing Club (RCRC) in West Sacramento will host Head of the Port, in which over 25 rowing clubs from across California will compete in a series of 5-kilometer rowing reces (called headraces) on subday, October 12. Racing will run from 8:00am to 1:00pm at the Port of West Sacramento.

The competitive rowing races are held in the Deep Water Shipping Channel in West Sacramento.  Crews will launch their boats and return to the host club, RCRC.  Headraces are long-distance races where competitiors start one after another in intervals and compete both against the clock and each other.  The winner in each event is the crew with the fastest time, but rowers are also trying hard to pass boats that started ahead of them while avoiding being caught from behind.