ScheduleAll times ET
- 12/23W 108-106
- 12/27L 98-94
- 12/28L 122-103
- 12/30L 110-105
- 1/2W 142-119
- 1/4W 116-104
- 1/5L 117-116
- 1/7W 118-115
- 1/9L 128-116
- 1/13L 109-97
- 1/14W 103-101
- 1/16W 110-103
- 1/20W 112-93
- 1/21W 91-88
- 1/23W 108-97
- 1/25L 129-128
- 1/26L 112-97
- 1/28L 114-105
- 1/30L 121-117
- 2/1W 111-104
- 2/3L 107-102
- 2/5L 128-119
- 2/7L 128-119
- 2/8L 120-100
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ESPN NBA Insider Marc Stein talks about the change of direction in the Kings' decision to fire George Karl during the all-star break and the reasons why Karl was considered being fired in the first place.
Our experts give their top potential trades if the Hawks decide to move Al Horford, Jeff Teague and Kyle Korver.
Omri Casspi makes Lowe's unique squad
The Kings reserve forward is also a sub on Zach Lowe's fifth annual Luke Walton All-Stars. It's a roster created from players who have contributed in unexpected ways this season. Luke Walton All-Stars
Kings change mind, will keep Karl as coach
Sacramento will not fire head coach George Karl after a lengthy meeting between Karl and GM Vlade Divac, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. "George is our coach and we're collectively working through our issues," Divac said in a statement. There were reports Karl was set to be fired after the Kings lost eight of their last nine games. Story
The Kings have decided to retain George Karl as head coach after a sit-down meeting with GM Vlade Divac, sources told ESPN.
ESPN NBA Insider Marc Stein covers George Karl's future with the Kings, the Heat's plans for Hassan Whiteside and who the Knicks will target to fill their coaching vacancy.
With Derek Fisher out in New York and Sacramento nearly firing George Karl before deciding to keep him, our Insiders debate whether the Kings or Knicks are better shaped for the future.
Top Headline: George Karl likely to be fired after Wednesday's game against Sixers.
The Luke Walton All-Stars are a who's who of non-serious NBA players who somehow are getting some serious minutes.
The Kings plan to fire coach George Karl in the coming days, league sources told ESPN.
LeBron James recorded his 40th career triple-double while Kyrie Irving matched his season high with 32 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers rolled past the Sacramento Kings 120-100 on Monday night.
LeBron, Cavaliers rout Kings
LeBron James put up his first triple-double of the season and got help from Kyrie Irving (32 points) and J.R. Smith (22 points) as Cleveland rolled to a 120-100 win over visiting Sacramento. Box score
Triple-double for LeBron James
The Cavs star has 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists as Cleveland has opened up a 21-point lead over Sacramento. It's his first triple-double of the season, and sixth since returning to the Cavs last year, including the postseason. Follow live
Triple-double watch for LeBron James
The Cavs star hasn't had a triple-double this season, but has 10 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists at halftime, helping Cleveland take a 61-45 lead over visiting Sacramento. Follow live
LeBron stuffing stat sheet early
LeBron James had 7 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists in the first quarter, helping the Cavaliers take a 31-23 lead over the Kings, who come in having lost 7 of their past 8 games. Follow live
Points Per Game106.93rd
Rebounds Per Game45.26th
Assists Per Game24.94th
Kings @ 76ers
Wells Fargo Center - Wed 2/10