The Age of the Point Guard has proven a boon for the NBA. By tethering its fortunes to the flashiest, fastest and fleetest of foot, the league is encouraging a brand of basketball grown logarithmically in global popularity. Damian Lillard and John Wall, Derrick Rose and Chris Paul—four names on a list of elites that easily runs 10 deep. Show More Summary
Near the end of Monday night's game against the Denver Nuggets, Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay made sure teammate Darren Collison was OK after winding up on the court. Then, he had some fun. Gay helped Collison up off the floor and...Show More Summary
Darren Collison's preference was to remain with the Clippers. It was just that he felt someone else made him more of a priority.
Darren Collison, who is not responsible for the past but is definitely on the hook now, didn't bother with diplomacy.
Jordan Farmar seems to always be drawn back to Los Angeles.
The Kings have signed Ramon Sessions on a two-year, $4.2 million deal using their bi-annual exception. He’ll join Darren Collison and Ray McCallum in Sacramento’s lead guard rotation. Per Yahoo: […] The post Kings Sign Ramon Sessions To 2-Year Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
As things currently stand with the Sacramento Kings, much is still up in the air with the team's starting lineup. We know DeMarcus Cousins will be the starting center. Darren Collison is the only real option to be the starting point guard to open the season. Show More Summary
The Sacramento Kings switched out point guards this season, shipping Isaiah Thomas to the Phoenix Suns in a sign-and-trade and bringing in Darren Collison on a free-agent contract. It was an interesting decision and one that's been met with a lot of mixed emotions from Kings fans. Show More Summary
It’s incredibly difficult to tell what the Sacramento Kings are doing currently, or what the long-term plan is. The frontcourt is dealing with a logjam, the wings are incredibly young, and Darren Collison is slated to be the starting point guard. Rarely do such bad teams approach the luxury-tax line, but that’s where Sacramento is right now. Show More Summary
Along with Darren Collison and Danny Granger, Glen Davis decided to opt out of his contract with the Los Angeles Clippers in late June. Unlike Collison and Granger, though, Big Baby reportedly has re-signed with the team. Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times provided the news Thursday: Davis averaged 9.4 points and 5.2 rebounds last season. Show More Summary
Here’s the Sacramento Bee reporting on teh Kings, who recently signed guard Darren Collison: The Kings officially signed Collison to a three-year, $16 million contract Saturday to take over as the team’s starting point guard on the same day their trade of Isaiah Thomas to Phoenix became official. Thomas is a more accomplished offensive player, but the [...]
The Sacramento Kings today signed free agent point guard Darren Collison to a multi-year contract, according to Kings General Manager Pete D’Alessandro. “Adding Darren provides veteran leadership in our backcourt,” said D’Alessandro....Show More Summary
Not possessing much salary-cap space but in need of some upgrades, the Sacramento Kings need to start looking for free agents who won't cost much money. Sacramento already nabbed one of those players, inking Darren Collison to a three-year, $16 million deal, per USA Today's Sam Amick. Show More Summary
With Darren Collison now out of the picture, the LA Clippers nabbed Jordan Farmar on the open market. Lakers fans, as one might expect, were not thrilled. Per the LA […] The post Jordan Farmar to Sign 2-Year $4.2 Million Deal With the LA Clippers appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Clippers needed a backup point guard after Darren Collison agreed to join the Kings, and they have their man in Farmar. Jordan Farmar has agreed to a two-year, $4.2 million deal with the Los Angeles Clippers, according to Brad Turner...Show More Summary
The Clippers lost a key reserve when free-agent point guard Darren Collison agreed to a three-year, $16-million deal with the Sacramento Kings on Thursday.
Darren Collison was supposedly the Los Angeles Clippers' first offseason priority. But after opting out of a deal that would have paid him just $1.985 million next season, the lightning-quick point guard has reportedly found a pretty lucrative arrangement with the Sacramento Kings instead. Show More Summary
As Darren Collison 's time with the Sacramento Kings begins, Isaiah Thomas' Sactown reign may be drawing to a close. According to the Los Angeles Times' Brad Turner, the Kings have poached Collison from the Los Angeles Clippers: PerShow More Summary
Free-agent point guard Darren Collison has agreed to a three-year, $16-million deal with the Sacramento Kings, leaving the Clippers after playing one season in Los Angeles.
The Sacramento Kings landed one of the most intriguing free agents on the market Thursday as they agreed to a deal with point guard Darren Collison. Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times reported the news: Collison's decision to sign in Sacramento means that his tenure with the Clippers was a short one. Show More Summary