These Kings may rise again

Eric Neel bids a fond farewell to the Webber-era Kings -- but says don't count out Sacramento quite yet.

Updated: March 4, 2005, 10:52 AM ET
By Eric Neel | Page 2

Part One: The Kings are Dead. Long Live the Kings. Chris is gone. The Kings, as we knew them, are dead.

Long live the Kings.

Once upon a time, when J-Will was White Chocolate and C-Webb was a superstar looking for a fresh start, the Kings brought beauty and creativity back to basketball. They rejected Pat Riley's "Art of War" slowdown silliness. They would have nothing of the deliberate way Michael Isolation and the Jordanaires played the game. They saw another approach. They ...

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