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It’s your first chance to visit one of the newest venues in the NBA! Golden 1 Center will serve as home to the Sacramento Kings for the first time in 2016-17. Kings fans should have plenty to cheer about with an almost entirely-new squad taking the floor this year. Superstars DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay will return for Sacramento, and they’ll be flanked by an assortment of NBA Champions including playmaker Rajon Rondo and gritty defender Caron Butler. Led by Dave Joerger, the sky appears to be the limit for this year’s Sacramento Kings. Grab your Sacramento Kings tickets for the inaguaral season at Golden 1 Center—you can always find the best seats with Razorgator!
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One Final Go-Ground at Sleep Train Arena
Next season, the Sacramento Kings will christen their new NBA arena, the Golden One Center. The next 20-plus games will serve as a final farewell to the building once known as Arco Arena and one of the most intimidating venues in professional sports. Now is the time to score your cheap Sacramento Kings tickets and take one last ride at Sleep Train Arena.

All the Kings’ Men
DeMarcus Cousins continues to dominate stat sheets league-wide, as he, Rudy Gay and Rajon Rondo fight to secure the Kings’ first playoff berth in 10 years. You can follow all the action with great discount prices from Razorgator—get your seats for LeBron James’ last visit to Sleep Train on March 9th starting at $48!

Sacramento Kings News and Updates

The Sacramento Kings have ended their losing streak, just in time to bring the fight back to their own court. After taking four consecutive losses, the Kings faced the Philadelphia 76ers in an away game and came out with 114 to their opponents’ 110. The Kings now head back to Sacramento to host the Denver Nuggets. Tickets are available starting at $34. This win brings their season record to 22-31, putting them 10th in the Western Conference. The Kings still have a ways to go before they catch up, but every fan is confident that they have what it takes to make it happen. Be sure to come out and show your support.
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