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Sacramento Kings Roster Report 2008-10-24  ANALYZING STARTERS: G Beno Udrih may have played well enough to inspire the Kings to give him a five-year, $32 million deal over the summer, but he must now prove that he's worth it. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Notes, Quotes 2008-10-24  --The Kings have undergone quite the offseason makeover in terms of offensive philosophy, transitioning from a half-court plodding team to a squad that wants to run-and-gun. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Roster Report 2008-10-24  ANALYZING STARTERS: G Beno Udrih may have played well enough to inspire the Kings to give him a five-year, $32 million deal over the summer, but he must now prove that he's worth it. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Notes, Quotes 2008-10-24  --The Kings have undergone quite the offseason makeover in terms of offensive philosophy, transitioning from a half-court plodding team to a squad that wants to run-and-gun. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Roster Report 2008-10-24  ANALYZING STARTERS: G Beno Udrih may have played well enough to inspire the Kings to give him a five-year, $32 million deal over the summer, but he must now prove that he's worth it. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Notes, Quotes 2008-10-24  --The Kings have undergone quite the offseason makeover in terms of offensive philosophy, transitioning from a half-court plodding team to a squad that wants to run-and-gun. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Roster Report 2008-10-24  ANALYZING STARTERS: G Beno Udrih may have played well enough to inspire the Kings to give him a five-year, $32 million deal over the summer, but he must now prove that he's worth it. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Notes, Quotes 2008-10-24  --The Kings have undergone quite the offseason makeover in terms of offensive philosophy, transitioning from a half-court plodding team to a squad that wants to run-and-gun. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Getting Inside 2008-10-24  When Kings basketball president Geoff Petrie explained the trade that sent Ron Artest to Houston in August, he used an analogy of a shade tree to explain his motivation. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

Sacramento Kings Getting Inside 2008-10-24  When Kings basketball president Geoff Petrie explained the trade that sent Ron Artest to Houston in August, he used an analogy of a shade tree to explain his motivation. 
Submitted on: 2008-10-24

 

 
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