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2dBrian Windhorst

Kings' Fox leaves Team USA prior to Australia trip

Kings guard De'Aaron Fox, a strong candidate to make the final Team USA roster for the FIBA World Cup, has withdrawn from consideration, leaving just 13 players battling for 12 spots.

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2dOhm Youngmisuk

Barnes: New Team USA 'motivated' by skeptics

The remaining USA Basketball players are eager to prove that they all belong after several of USA's biggest stars skipped the World Cup. "We're motivated more than anything to keep the gold standard going," Harrison Barnes said.

Kemba: Fox's speed is 'ridiculous' (1:02)
Fox lobs one off the wall and goes through legs on dunk (0:17)
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26dRamona Shelburne

Harding: Fear of unknown stops women in NBA

New Kings assistant Lindsey Harding says that fear of the unknown, not scepticism from players, holds back women from being head coaches in the NBA.

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31dRamona Shelburne

Kings hire ex-WNBA star Harding as assistant

The Kings have hired former Duke and WNBA player Lindsey Harding as an assistant coach. Harding was most recently a player development coach for the 76ers.


Kevin Arnovitz

Zach talks to ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz about Chris Paul's legacy, the Mavs and Kings, and much more.

Johnson ends the half with a monster jam (0:23)
Thompson connects with James for big dunk (0:23)
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Kings' Walton says sex assault suit lacks facts

Kings coach Luke Walton said in a court brief filed last week that sexual assault allegations against him are not backed up by facts and are designed to attract media attention.

Beverley passed on more money to stay with Clippers (0:40)

This Just In  

The Sacramento Kings have agreed with guard Cory Joseph on a three-year, $37 million contract, according to multiple reports. The deal, which was first reported by Yahoo! Sports, would be the fourth free-agent signing for the Kings, who also brought back forward Harrison Barnes and added forward Trevor Ariza and center Dewayne Dedmon.

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50dAdrian Wojnarowski

Barnes, Kings agree on new 4-year, $85M pact

Harrison Barnes is staying in Sacramento, agreeing to terms on a four-year, $85 million contract. The Kings have also agreed to terms with veteran Trevor Ariza, a source confirmed to The Undefeated's Marc J. Spears.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The free agent spending of Harrison Barnes, Trevor Ariza and Dewayne Dedmon still has Sacramento with a projected $13M in room. The cap space factors in removing the $14.1M Willie Cauley-Stein cap hold.

This Just In  

Trevor Ariza has agreed to a two-year, $25 million deal with the Sacramento Kings, The Undefeated's Marc J. Spears confirms. First reported by The Athletic

Adrian Wojnarowski NBA 

Free agent F Harrison Barnes has agreed to a four-year, $85M deal to stay with the Sacramento Kings, Excel Sports agent Jeff Schwartz tells ESPN

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Free agent center Enes Kanter is drawing interest from a number of teams, including the Lakers, Clippers and Kings, according to league sources.

Team Stats

Points Per Game114.29th
Rebounds Per Game45.414th
Assists Per Game25.414th
Points Allowed115.35th

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