Category Archives: Interview Series.

Breaking down the defense with Jim Eyen.

The Sacramento Kings have struggled defensively in the first half of almost every game this season.  Overall, the Kings are allowing 107.7 points per game which ranks 26th in the league and their defensive rating of 112.6 places them at … Continue reading

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Pre-Season Interview #12: Darnell Jackson.

Most fans have no idea who Darnell Jackson is.  He played 12 minutes in the Kings season opener against Minnesota on Wednesday evening, but only one of the Kings’ seven pre-season games was televised, so unless you are watching the … Continue reading

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Pre-Season Interview #10: Pooh Jeter.

Pooh Jeter (pronounced Jeddar) is one of THE stories of the 2010-11 NBA season. The 26, almost 27-year-old rookie has toiled in the NBDL and European league since graduating from Portland in 2006. Listed at 5′-11″, Jeter is maybe 5′-8″ … Continue reading

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Pre-Season Interview #9: Antoine Wright.

Last season the Kings would have killed to have a player like Antoine Wright on the roster. He is the type of player that comes in and does the dirty work on defense and the type of player that understands … Continue reading

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Pre-season Interview #8: Luther Head.

Coming into camp, I believed that Luther Head was a perfect fit for the Sacramento Kings bench. He is an experienced shooter with ball handling skills, but still young enough to fit the culture of the current club.  After the … Continue reading

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Pre-season Interview #7: Beno Udrih.

I sat down on Wednesday with Sacramento Kings starting guard Beno Udrih. Strangely enough, after 16 days of training camp, 3 home pre-season games and an official media day, it was the first time that we had met. Of all … Continue reading

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A sit down with Coach Jim Eyen.

Spending the last three weeks at training camp, I have had the pleasure of meeting many new and interesting people. Most of the people that garner all the attention are much taller than I am, and get paid to dribble … Continue reading

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