Sacramento Kings Tickets
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The Kings have made 29 playoff appearances, 10 times in Sacramento, 5 times in Kansas City, 7 times in Cincinnati and 7 times in Rochester. The team has won five division titles, most recently when they won consecutive division titles in 2002 and 2003. The team won its first and only conference title in 1951. The team has won two championships a 1946 NBL Championship and a 1951 NBA Championship. Ten former Kings have been inducted into the Hall of Fame: Nate Archibald, Bob Cousy, Bob Davies, Clyde Lovellette, Jerry Lucas, Arnie Risen, Oscar Robertson, Maurice Stokes, Jack Twyman, and Bobby Wanzer. The team has retired the numbers of nine different players: Nate Archibald, Mitch Richmond, Chris Webber, Bob Davies, Maurice Stokes, Oscar Robertson, Vlade Divac, Jack Twyman, and Sam Lacey. Robertson was named MVP in 1964. The team has featured five players named Rookie of the Year: Maurice Stokes, Oscar Robertson, Jerry Lucas, Phil Ford, and Tyreke Evans. Phil Johnson and Cotton Fitzsimmons each won Coach of the Year in 1975 and 1979 respectively. Four former Kings were named to the All-NBA First Team: Oscar Robertson, Jerry Lucas, Nate Archibald, and Chris Webber.
The Kings biggest rival is the interstate foe, the Los Angeles Lakers. The two teams did not really have much of a rivalry until the beginning of the 21st century when the two teams met in the 2001 and then the 2002 playoffs. One of the most controversial games in league history took place during Game 6 of the 2001 Western Conference Finals, when the Lakers took 18 more free throws in the fourth quarter than the Kings, as well as every Kings center fouling out.