rancho king

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A quick public service announcement from AJ Lee


So in 3 years, has Curtis Axel improved?


WWE NXT: Michael McGillicutty reacts to Kaval's victory on (via WWE)

Fantasy booking: CM Punk and Night of Champions

Taking a stab at fantasy booking CM Punk's involvement at the upcoming WWE Night of Champions pay-per-view (PPV). He's currently rumored to have a match with Curtis Axel but here's a much, much...

Kings have worst uniforms in NBA


and almost the worst in all sports

This is the AJ Lee we love


AJ Lee sets her mind on SummerSlam at Muscle Beach (via WWE)

Happy Birthday, DMC from your new PG


Happy bday to the best center in the league @boogiecousins

— Greivis Vasquez (@greivisvasquez) August 14, 2013 twitter

Live report from 8/12 RAW

So this is the first RAW I have been to since 1998. That was the night Stone Cold confronted Mike Tyson and HBK mocked the Undertaker getting burned by Kane. So there was a high bar set for...

The WORST backstage fallout EVER


Total Diva Drama - "Backstage Fallout" Raw - July 22, 2013 (via WWE)

T-Rob quote on his rookie year


"I'm not going to play the victim. I'm a grown man. I didn't come into the league with the right mindset and it messed me up a little bit. There's no fault on Sacramento or Houston." --Thomas Robinson, on his struggles last season

Ben McLemore Must Be More Than All Right (handed)


When asked if the strategy was to push McLemore leftward, Draymond Green mulled the politics of answering for a moment before responding: "Yes. Yes. He's a better shooter coming right, and he's also a better catch-and-go guy coming out right. So we definitely wanted to send him out left, continue to push him to his left

Grantland's zach Lowe on amnestying Salmons


Sacramento Kings: John Salmons The final veteran residue of one of the most depressing trades in recent league history — the Kings-Bucks-Bobcats three-team shrug on draft day 2011 that sent Stephen Jackson, Corey Maggette, Beno Udrih, and Salmons flying around the league until each of their new teams, respectively, decided they didn’t want the players they received anymore. The Kings were the undisputed losers in that deal, having acquired the player with the longest contract (Salmons) in order to move three spots down in the draft and select Jimmer Fredette. Seriously, this was a masterpiece of terrible trading by the Kings. This is Geoff Petrie’s Guernica. The Kings are right at the edge of the cap after dealing a second-round pick (and swap rights on another) to Milwaukee for Mbah a Moute and splurging on a four-year deal for the very solid Carl Landry. They could have kept Tyreke Evans, much younger than either of those players, for about the same money they will pay them combined, or they could have paid none of the three and gone into tank mode. That’s a dicey move for a new ownership group seeking to fill its current arena while negotiating for a new one and re-earning the loyalty of a fan base that has seen far too much losing. Mbah a Moute will bring defense and maturity to a roster in desperate need of both, and Landry will compete for minutes in a crowded big-man rotation while turning each member of that rotation (save DeMarcus Cousins) into a trade chip. The Kings still won’t be very good, and on balance I’d rather have the second-round pick, more in-season cap flexibility, and a shot at Andrew Wiggins. But the Kings are working under a lot of competing pressures. They’ll need more than what they have now to be remotely competitive in the Western Conference, and more than what piddling room the exception can get them. Amnestying Salmons opens up a midlevel salary slot.

Transcript: ESPN NBA Draft Conference Call with Chad Ford " ESPN MediaZone


On hardaway: Those are the questions that general managers wrestle with. When you hear his numbers, Sacramento at 7 is probably the high end. Mike Malone, didn’t even have a general manager in there until a week ago, and Mike Malone is the type of guy that says, man, I want this guy, this guy could play right now, this guy could help me right now, this guy’s already a pro, where a general manager is thinking long term, what’s in the long term best interest in the team. I think he goes somewhere in the 20s personally, maybe late teens. I think if Sacramento really wants him, they’ll do a trade and move down. But I do think they do get him into the first round based off those workouts and before the workout process started we had him in the second.

New Mock


Kings: 7- Otto Porter (!) 36- James Ennis

CBS Sports' Matt Moore Mock draft


7- Gobert (passing on Len) 36- Deshaun Thomas

AJ Lee meets Lita: July 18, 2001


AJ Lee meets Lita: July 18, 2001 (via WWFAttitudeEraV1)

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