Throne Room Breakdown: A show about the Sacramento Kings

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The guys talk about the comments made by Grant Napear on social media and if they think the Kings will have to let him go. They talk about George Karl's appearance on his podcast and what he thought about his time with the Kings. And they talk about how the possible return of the NBA and the Kings playing in some meaningful games could help the young team. For a free 90 day subscription visit:
Jason and Kenny pay their respect to the great Marty McNeal and explain the importance and significance of his career.
Keith Williams stops by to talk about his relationship with DeMarcus Cousins, how he got started coaching, and more.
Sacramento Kings player development coach Rico Hines stops by to talk UCLA basketball, player development, and more.
An update on Marvin Bagley's health, thoughts about the NFL Draft, and more thoughts on The Last Dance.
Looking back at the 2002 Kings. Taking an in depth look at Jason's Kings survey. And why is Mitch Richmond remembered so much as a Warrior when he didn't spend much time with Golden State?
Looking back at MJ's legacy. The NBA announces a new players only NBA 2K tournament. And the 1 year anniversary of Nipsey Hussle passing away.
Utah Jazz beat writer Tony Jones joins Kenny and Jason to talk Caronavirus quarantine, best New York basketball movies, and the best college PG in the last 30 years.
When exactly will the NBA return? Will a full 82 game regular season still be played? And will next season start on time or get pushed back?
Lance Woods joins Jason and Kenny to talk Buddy Hield, the most important game at Golden Once Center and more.
There was a lot of talk about Buddy Hield after the Kings' 118-113 loss to the Toronto Raptors Sunday night. Hield didn't play late and declined to speak to the media, which has become the norm for him lately. Is this a good look for Buddy?
The Kings matched their franchise record with 21 made 3s in a 123-111 win at Portland on Saturday. The Kings were in control from the start. Sacramento is 3.5 games behind Memphis for eighth in the Western Conference and playing their best basketball of the season.
The Kings lost 125-108 Thursday night at Golden 1 Center. Al Horford and Tobias Harris help set a tone for physicality that the Kings could not match. Can they figure it out for the stretch run or will that be the reason they fade down the stretch?
The Kings continued their recent surge with a 133-126 win over the Washington Wizards Tuesday night at Golden 1 Center. The Kings are thre games behind Memphis for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. But they sure made this game interesting, blowing a 28-point lead before pulling away in the fourth quarter after Luke Walton was ejected in the third.
The Kings looked lost, falling behind 18-1 and 27-6 before finding their way in a 106-100 win over the Detroit Pistons Sunday at Golden 1 Center. There's more of an edge to this group on the court, which will be needed if the Kings want to make the playoffs.
De'Aaron Fox returned from a one-game absence due to an abdominal injury to lead the Kings with 25 points in a 104-101 win over the Memphis Grizzlies Friday night. The Kings are now three games behind the Grizzlies for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
Thursday's 112-108 loss at Oklahoma City saw the Kings blow a 19-point lead in the third quarter before losing to the Thunder. Turnovers and fouls were also major issues. What was also evident with De'Aaron Fox out with an injury was the Kings needed someone to be '"The Guy" late. There's an explanation of that more.
The Warriors lost to the Kings again. Jason Jones checks in to discuss the state of both franchises as a dull season in NorCal hoops slugs toward the finish line.
Sacramento is creeping back into playoff contention. Will the Kings regret not picking up the option on Harry Giles? And thoughts on Kobe and his memorial.
The Kings deteated the LA Clippers, 112-103, Saturday afternoon at Staples Center. Kent Bazemore (23 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals), De'Aaron Fox (20 points, 8 assists), Bogdan Bogdanovic (20 points) were all key, as was Harry Giles (14 points, 12 rebounds). Giles is steadily improving, but with the Kings not picking up his option for next season, is Giles simply setting himself with a role for a new team next season?
The Kings knocked off Memphis, the eighth-place team in the Western Conference, 129-124, Thursday night at Golden 1 Center. The Kings are six games behind the Grizzlies with 27 games to play, enough time for the Kings not to give up on the playoffs yet.
Marshall Harris joins Jason and Kenny to talk about the new All-Star game format, Buddy winning the 3 point competition and what to look for from the Kings in their last 28 games of the season.
he most interesting part of the Kings' 130-111 loss to the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night at American Airlines Center was Luka Doncic jawing at Kings coach Luke Walton. If there weren't enough reasons for the Kings-Luka drama to have some more energy, Luka provided it in an otherwise blah showing from the Kings.
Lina Washington joins Jason and Kenny in trying to figure what is going on in Sacramento with conflicting injury information and the team playing its best basketball of the season. Where is the best Mexican food in California? And what is the perception of Sacramento as a city from someone not born in the area?
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Podcast Details

Created by
The Athletic
Podcast Status
Oct 15th, 2019
Latest Episode
Jun 2nd, 2020
Release Period
3 per week
Avg. Episode Length
25 minutes

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