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It’s finally time for the NBA to start back up and you can bet that Sacramento Kings tickets will be going fast. After an emotional and tense offseason in which the Kings almost saw NBA veteran Chuck Hayes retire due to a heart abnormality, the team is fired up for an intense and explosive season. Sure, they are going to have some obstacles to overcome with a lot of pressure falling on Tyreke Evan’s shoulders and the worries about Hayes’s definitely have some merit. But the fact is that Sacramento Kings tickets are going to be worth every single penny and their fans have a lot to be excited about.
Sacramento Kings tickets are once again out to reverse their fortunes in 2007-08. That was the scenario a year ago when Eric Musselman came on board. Taking over a winning team it appeared that Musselman had things under control. Unfortunately the Kings slipped, won only 33 games, and missed the playoffs for the first time in almost a decade. So Musselman got the axe andSacramentobrought Reggie Theus on board to try and turn things around. Known as a shooting madman in his NBA playing days, the hiring of Theus promises to be the beginning of an exiting and fast moving style of play for Sacramento Kings ticket holders.
Defense – The Kings Ticket to Winning
Increasing the tempo of the game is in the game plan for Theus but he’s also adamant that Sacramentopay more attention to preventing baskets on the other end. High energy is one thing but you can’t win on offense alone. The Kings will be looking for more D from Ron Artest and Mike Bibby, while hoping young prospects like Justin Williams and Francisco Garcia can contribute.
Theus will also need Ron Artest and Mike Bibby to reach some type of accord on and off the court. While it’s always nice to have players who want the ball, demanding it to the detriment of team play is a problem. Artest will also have to stay out of trouble. His 18.8 points a game and 6.5 rebounds bely the fact that he was in the news for all the wrong reasons. Artest should also be motivated by playing in the final year of his contract. His value will fall if the legal problems continue.
The Sacramento Kings will have their work cut out for them in the Pacific Division. The Phoenix Suns are the class of the Division, ready to challenge the powers fromTexas. While the Lakers and the Warriors have their own problems,Sacramentohas further to go to reach stability. Kings tickets will be better in 2007-08 due to the influence of Theus and a new offense. Whether that’s enough to return to the NBA Playoffs is still up in the air.
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