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Stockton Kings Announce 2019-20 Training Camp Roster

Stockton, Calif. – Today, the Stockton Kings – the NBA G League affiliate of the Sacramento Kings – announced their 17-man training camp roster for the 2019-20 season.

The roster is comprised of returning players as well as those acquired through the Stockton Kings open tryouts process and Saturday’s NBA G League Draft.  

Sacramento Kings two-way players Kyle Guy and DaQuan Jefferies will join Stockton’s training camp.

Below is the complete 2019-20 training camp roster (listed in alphabetical order according to last name):

PlayerPos.Ht.Wt.BirthdateSchool/CountryAcquisition
David CrispG6-019009/27/96Washington/USADraft Pick
Cody DempsG6-419312/02/93Sacramento State/USAReturning
TyQuane GoardF6-721003/01/93Marshall/USADraft Pick
Marcus GravesG6-118706/09/96Sacramento State/USADraft Pick
Derrick GriffinC6-723009/03/93Texas Southern/USATrade
Eric MikaC6-1023305/01/1995Brigham Young/USAAffiliate
Bradley NairnF6-621507/08/1996Henderson State/USALocal tryout
Randy OnwuasorG6-321005/09/95Louisiana State/USALocal tryout
QJ PetersonG6-018510/12/94Virginia Military/USALocal tryout
Isaiah PineiroF6-721502/02/95San Diego/USAAffiliate
Troy ThompsonG6-419012/28/94Praire View A&M/USALocal Tryout
Hollis ThompsonF6-820604/03/91Georgetown/USATrade
Tyler UlisG5-1014901/05/96Kentucky/USAAffiliate
Gabe VincentG6-320006/14/96CSU Santa Barbara/USAReturning
Isaiah WrightG6-218003/11/96San Diego/USADraft Pick
Kyle GuyG6-116708/11/97Virginia/USATwo-Way
DaQuan Jeffries F6-5230     08/30/97Tulsa/USATwo-Way

HEAD COACH: Ty Ellis 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Phil Ricci, Tyler Gatlin, Kyle Nishimoto 

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER: Katie Babcock

HEAD PERFORMANCE & STRENGTH COACH: Ernie DeLosAngeles

Training camp for the 2019-20 season begins on Monday, October 28 and the team’s Media Day will take place on Tuesday, October 29 at the Stockton Kings practice facility in Natomas. Media must RSVP to Sabrena Hernandez at shernandez@stocktonkings.com.

The Stockton Kings tip-off the 2019-20 season on Friday, November 8 against the Santa Cruz Warriors, the NBA G League affiliate of the Golden State Warriors at Stockton Arena. Tickets are on sale now at StocktonKings.com/Tickets or by visiting the Stockton Arena box office. 

For more information on the Stockton Kings, visit StocktonKings.com or follow us on Twitter and Instagram @StocktonKings and “like” the Stockton Kings on Facebook at Facebook.com/KingsStockton

Press Release Courtesy of the Stockton Kings Media Relations

Marvin Bagley III Medical Update

SACRAMENTO, CA – An MRI conducted this morning on Kings forward Marvin Bagley III revealed a non-displaced fracture (right thumb) sustained during Wednesday’s game vs. Phoenix. Bagley is expected to miss 4-6 weeks. His status will be updated as appropriate.

The second year 234 lb. 6-11 Forward out of Duke had earned a starting role in 2019. The Kings had high hope for Bagley coming into the 2019 season after he missed 20-game his rookie year due to injury.

Marvin Bagley III

#35

POS: Forward

HT: 6-11

WT: 234

DOB: 3/14/99

College: Duke

Years: 2

Drafted: 2018

2nd overall – Sacramento

  • Born Marvin Bagley III on Mar. 14, 1999
  • Son of Marvin Bagley Jr. and Tracy Bagley
  • As a native of Durham, N.C. his father played college football at North Carolina A&T
  • Has two brothers, Marcus and Martray
  • Loves to write and record music
  • Played one season of high school basketball with the 2018 No. 1 pick, Deandre Ayton during 2015-16
  • While living in Los Angeles, he volunteered at Hoops with Hear, a non-profit benefitting underprivileged youth.

Suns Blow by Kings In Season Opener 124-95

PHOENIX (1-0)
SAC {0-1)
1234T
SACRAMENTO KINGS2930171995
PHOENIX SUNS25293238124
MatchupKINGSSUNS
FG34-8749-98
Field Goal %39.150.0
3PT10-2911-33
Three Point %34.533.3
FT17-2615-18
Free Throw %65.483.3
Rebounds5757
Offensive Rebounds129
Defensive Rebounds3535
Assists1731
Steals513
Blocks59
Total Turnovers2714
Points Off Turnovers356
Fast Break Points1127
Points in Paint3468
Fouls2425
Technical Fouls11
Flagrant Fouls00
Largest Lead1132
PLAYERMINFG3PTFTOREBDREBREBASTBLKSTLTOPFPTS
Dedmon 141–30–11–1156110233
Bagley III 286–160–02–446100111114
Barnes 305–111–31–30661014312
Hield 3110–196–122–22352005228
Fox 273–70–12–4011500558
Holmes 170–20–01–2145010131
Joseph 213–60–14–40114113210
Ferrell 41–21–20–0011000003
Bjelica 212–61–40–0134202105
Swanigan 20–00–01–2112010111
James 00–00–00–0000000000
Jeffries 00–00–00–0000000000
Giles 00–00–00–0000000000
Guy 00–00–00–0000000000
Ariza 212–51–22–2123000127
Gabriel 20–00–01–2101000101
Bogdanovic 221–100–30–0022200122
Totals24034-8710-2917-261235471755262495
PLAYERMINFG3PTFTOREBDREBREBASTBLKSTLTOPFPTS
Ayton 339–140–00–038110410218
Saric 212–71–42–2044011017
Oubre Jr. 308–171–64–42791212121
Booker 3210–172–40–102210013522
Rubio 304–120–23–424611044211
Johnson 00–00–00–0000000000
Johnson 174–82–40–00222122110
Carter 184–73–50–00113101511
Kaminsky 194–70–31–1224200009
Bridges 231–40–23–4033103025
Diallo 20–00–02–2000000022
Jerome 00–00–00–0000000000
Harper 20–10–10–0000000000
Baynes 102–31–10–0022100245
Okobo 21–11–10–0000000003
Lecque 00–00–00–0000000000
Totals23949-9811-3315-1893544319131425124

Sacramento Kings Sign Buddy Hield to Contract Extension

The Sacramento Kings have signed guard Buddy Hield to a multi-year contract extension, according to General Manager Vlade Divac. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“Buddy has made tremendous growth each season since joining the team and we are thrilled that he will remain a King as we continue to build an exciting future here in Sacramento,” said Divac. “He has quickly established himself as an elite shooter in the league and is an important part of our young, dynamic core.”

Hield is entering his fourth season in the NBA and has accrued averages of 14.9 points (.446 FG%, .419 3pt%, .874 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 26.8 minutes per game in 244 games (149 starts) with the New Orleans Pelicans (2016-17) and the Sacramento Kings (2016-current). The sixth overall pick of the 2016 NBA Draft by the Pelicans amassed 20.7 points (.458 FG%, .427 3pt%, .886 FT%), 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 31.9 minutes per game as he played all 82 games (all starts) during the 2018-19 campaign for the Kings. Hield set career-highs in points, rebounds and assists per game as well as free-throw percentage.

The 6-foot-4, 220-pound guard also set a Kings single-season franchise record for 3-pointers made in 2018-19 with 278 made threes and is one of five players in NBA history with 275 or more 3-point field goals made in a single season. Hield was fourth in the NBA during the 2018-19 season in 3-point field goals made (278) and seventh in the NBA in 3-point field goal percentage (.427%) while the Bahamian native participated in the 2019 Mtn Dew 3-Point Contest in Charlotte, NC as part of All-Star Saturday Night festivities.

In Kings annals, Hield ranks first in 3-point field goal percentage (.429), fourth in 3-pointers made (513) and third in free-throw percentage among franchise leaders.

Sacramento Kings Willie Cauley-Stein Injury Update

Sacramento Kings center Willie Cauley-Stein sustained an open dislocation of his right index finger late in the fourth quarter tonight against the Boston Celtics in Mexico City.

After evaluation by Kaiser Permanente doctors on site, it was determined that Cauley-Stein will miss approximately 4-6 weeks of action.

Press Release Courtesy of the Sacramento Kings Media Relations

Sacramento Kings Demarcus Cousins Named Western Conference Player Of The Week

SACRAMENTO, CA —- Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins was named NBA Western Conference Player of the Week after leading the Kings to a 3-1 record, averaging 32.5 points (.456 FG%, .474 3PT%, .765 FT%) , 11.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.5 blocks in 36.3 minutes per game.

Cousins recorded double-doubles in three of the last four games including two of which were 30-point, 10-roubound efforts. He has recorded 30 or more points in the each of the last three games, all Kings wins.

Cousins scored a season-high 40 points in a 111-109 win vs. Brooklyn on 11/13. In the third quarter, Cousins scored 19 straight points for the Kings, the most consecutive points scored in the last 10 seasons by a Kings player.

Currently this season, he is averaging a team-high 28.0 points (.443 FG%, .448 3PT%, .756 FT%), team-high 11.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists, team-high 1.3 blocks and 31.9 minutes per game while starting all seven games that he has played in.

This is the third time in his career Cousins has been named Western Conference Player of the Week. The two previous times were Jan. 13, 2014 and Nov. 24, 2014.

Press Release Courtesy of the Sacramento Kings Media Relations

Legends Announced As Project Manager For New Sacramento MLS Stadium

Photo by Shawn Jonas

Nationally renowned firm will lead development of proposed downtown stadium for Sacramento Republic FC.

SACRAMENTO, Calif.Sac Soccer and Entertainment Holdings (SSEH) announced today, the hiring of Legends as project manager for the development of a new soccer-specific stadium in downtown Sacramento. SSEH is the parent company of USL franchise Sacramento Republic FC.

The announcement represents a significant step forward in ‘Operation Turnkey,’ an initiative launched by Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and Republic FC Lead Investor Kevin Nagle to strengthen Sacramento’s bid for a Major League Soccer (MLS) expansion franchise. Plans for a new, privately-financed stadium are 100 percent on track, pending the award of MLS expansion rights to Sacramento, and can be ready to open as soon as the 2018 MLS season.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Legends to Operation Turnkey,” said Mayor Johnson. “Sacramento is laser-focused on bringing MLS to our community, and today’s news shows just how serious we are about putting the ball into the back of the net.”

“A strong team just got stronger,” said Republic FC Lead Investor Kevin Nagle. “Legends brings tremendous credibility, expertise, passion and commitment to our group. They understand our market and share our vision for building a world-class stadium worthy of both the MLS and our incredible fans.”

The Legends team will bring both global reach and local expertise to the stadium effort. Current partners include the New York Yankees, Dallas Cowboys and Manchester City FC. Locally, Legends partnered in 2010 with the San Francisco 49ers to launch Levi’s Stadium and in 2014 with the Sacramento Kings on a groundbreaking food and beverage program for the upcoming Golden 1 Center. Both the York Family of the 49ers and Kings are key investors in Republic FC on the MLS-level..

“We are extremely excited to have been hired to manage this project,” said Shervin Mirhashemi, President and COO, Legends. “We look forward to working closely with all of the key stakeholders to deliver the visionary stadium that befits all that the City of Sacramento and Republic FC stand for.”

Industry veteran Dale Koger, Legends Senior Vice President of Project Development, will lead Legends’ work on the stadium. Koger and his team will provide extensive experience in key areas of design, planning, engineering, and related activities in stadium predevelopment.

For more information, please visit SacRepublicFC.com.

Press Release Courtesy of the Sacramento Republic FC Media Relations

Raley Field Welcomes Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team

Unique Doubleheader Saturday July 11 Includes Both WWAST and River Cats Games

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Sacramento River Cats are honored to welcome the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST) to Raley Field this Saturday, July 11. The WWAST will take on the Sacramento All-Stars at 3:30 p.m. in game one of a Raley Field doubleheader. The River Cats will then host their division rivals, the Fresno Grizzlies, at 7:05 p.m.

The WWAST is made up of brave men and women, both veterans and active duty soldiers, from four of the five service branches, who have sustained injuries resulting in amputation. Through extensive rehabilitation, they have become competitive athletes again, playing against able-bodied teams in competitive, celebrity, and exhibition games across the country.

In what is their first ever visit to Raley Field, the WWAST will take on the Sacramento All-Stars, a team composed of local personalities and celebrities, including retired Sacramento Kings Bobby Jackson, former NFL player Adrian Ross, Sacramento Kings Announcer Scott Moak, KCRA Sports Anchor Lisa Gonzales, Carmichael Dave of CBS Radio, and more. The two teams are set to take the field at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 11 following a special Missing Man Formation flyover.

Following the WWAST/Sacramento All-Stars game, the “best rivalry in baseball” will continue as the River Cats will host the division-leading Fresno Grizzlies in game four of a five-game set. This will be the final weekend of the 2015 season in which Sacramento will host the Highway 99 Series, as the two teams will square off for a final time in August at Chukchansi Park in Fresno. First pitch for part two of the doubleheader is set for 7:05 p.m.
In addition to functioning as an outlet for veterans and active duty soldiers to compete athletically, the WWAST uses these cross-country games to raise funds for the WWAST Kids Camp, medical research, and rehabilitation equipment. In its third year, the WWAST Kids Camp seeks to empower young boys and girls with amputations. The camps are led by WWAST players, who work as coaches and mentors, helping teach not just softball skills, but more importantly life skills as well.

Tickets for the doubleheader are still available and can be purchased by visiting www.rivercats.com/gamelink, selecting “Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Game” and entering the promo code WWAST.

Courtesy to the Sacramento River Cats Media Relations