Alex Kramers is the Sacramento Kings fan correspondent on Kings.com; a writer on the basketball humor blog, lowposts.com; and the editor of doktakra.com. He enjoys reminiscing about old school Sacramento Kings teams, fantasizing about Candace Parker, and dreaming of world peace.
When he's not busy pretending to do work, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and found on Twitter (@doktakra).
The Sacramento Kings make an offseason splash with a pair of major acquisitions.
Despite the disappointing finish, the "Mr Irrelevant" label officially no longer applies to this rising star in Sacramento.
The Sacramento Kings waive forward J.J. Hickson.
Isaiah Thomas, the 60th and final pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, wins the NBA Rookie of the Month award for February.
Kings rookie Jimmer Fredette has rediscovered his shooting touch during an up-and-down season.
After defeating the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2011-12 season opener, the Kings look to reignite an old rivalry.
The 2011-12 Sacramento Kings bear strong similarities to the 1998-99 team that emerged as a surprise playoff contender.
The Sacramento Kings rookies, Jimmer Fredette, Tyler Honeycutt and Isaiah Thomas, put on a show in an exhibition game.
Sacramento Kings forward Jason Thompson discusses his offseason and thoughts on his own and the team’s future potential.
My responses to ESPN.com's top five questions about the 2011-12 Sacramento Kings.