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Last Year's Kings Summer League Schedule
7/21, vs. Bulls, L 65-71
7/22, vs. Cavs, L 64-85
7/24, vs. Mavs, W 82-70
7/25, vs. Denver, L 71-75 7/26, vs. Suns, L 67-71
7/28, vs. Grizz, W 88-75


Contents: 2001 Roster, 2001 Summer League Game Summaries

Kings Summer League Roster

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. DOB College NBA Exp.
33 Roberto Bergersen F-G 6-6 210 1/6/75 Boise St. '99 R
30 Alex Carcamo F 6-7 220 8/28/77 Eastern Washington '98 R
8 Paul Culbertson G-F 6-6 210 11/12/75 Nevada '98 R
8 Anthony Evans F 6-7 260 10/9/78 Georgia '01 R
42 Shaun Igo F-C 6-11 240 1/3/75 Rice '97 R
54 Nate James G-F 6-6 210 8/7/77 Duke '01 R
32 Maurice Jeffers G 6-4 200 4/3/79 Saint Louis '01 R
40 Bogdan Karebin F-G 6-8 215 9/7/78 U. of Buffalo '99 R
00 Art Long F 6-9 250 10/1/72 Cincinnati '96 1
34 Jesse Rosenfeld F 6-10 240 2/19/74 Princeton '97 R
43 Karim Shabazz C 7-2 230 11/2/78 Providence '01 R
5 Hedo Turkoglu F-G 6-8 220 3/19/79 Turkey '00 1
3 Gerald Wallace F 6-7 215 7/23/82 Alabama '05 R
7 DeJuan Wheat G 6-1 170 12/14/73 Louisville '97 2
35 Mike Wilks G 5-10 185 5/7/79 Rice '01 R
40 Tarvis Williams F 6-8 200 2/22/78 Hampton '01 R

Game Summaries

July 18 - From
"The Golden State Warriors handed the Kings a 118-97 loss on Monday afternoon, ending Sacramento's stint in the Southern California Summer Pro League and preventing the Kings (0-6) from securing a win in the event. Anthony Evans led the Kings with 21 points, while rookie Gilbert Arenas paced the Warriors with a game-high 28 points. After the Kings took an 11-6 lead to open the game, the Warriors responded with a 20-0 run that Sacramento was never able to recover from. Golden State shot a sizzling 61.1 percent from the field in the first half, and hardly cooled off, finishing the game at 58.7 percent. The closest Sacramento ever got was within 15 points in the third quarter. Rookie Gerald Wallace was held out of the contest and forward Hedo Turkoglu played only 16 minutes for the Kings, scoring two points and grabbing one rebound. Jason Richardson, the Warriors' leading scorer coming into the game, was held to 11 points but did most of his damage in the pivotal first quarter." July 14 - From the Sacramento Bee
"First-round draft choice Gerald Wallace did not play with a right adductor strain in his thigh and the Kings felt his absence as they were defeated by the Memphis Grizzlies 100-86 Friday at the Pyramid at Long Beach State. Moreover, center-forward Art Long suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee after Memphis forward Marcus Goree fell on him from behind in pursuit of a rebound. Long will undergo a magnetic resonance imaging test in Sacramento on Monday and will not play in Sacramento's remaining two games. The Kings were led by Hedo Turkoglu, who scored 20 points on 7-of-19 shooting from the field. Sacramento is 0-3 in the Summer Pro League. The Kings will take a day off today, then play again Sunday and Monday before returning home."

July 13 - From
"Despite Hedo Turkoglu and Gerald Wallace scoring 20-plus points apiece for the third consecutive game, the Kings were unable to complete a fourth-quarter comeback against the NBA champion Lakers on Thursday night, falling 105-101. Sacramento, which lost its third consecutive game, fell behind early and trailed the Lakers at halftime, 60-44, thanks in large part to Los Angeles' .568 shooting from the field. The Lakers opened the lead even further in the second half, as Sacramento fell behind by as many as 18 point in the third quarter. Trailing 89-77, the Kings went on a 12-0 run to tie the score at 89-89 with 5:23 left in the game. A basket by Art Long gave the Kings a 93-92 advantage, their first lead since the opening quarter, but Stanislav Medvedenko hit consecutive baskets to give the Lakers the lead for good at 96-93. The Kings' last chance came after Long's basket with 32 seconds left cut the Lakers' lead to three, but Sacramento missed a three-point attempt and was forced to foul. Dante Calabria's second free throw sealed the win for Los Angeles. Turkoglu scored a game-high 26 points and Wallace added 23. Long recorded his second straight double-double with 18 points and a game-high 11 rebounds. For Los Angeles, guard Mike Penberthy tallied 23 points, hitting 4-of-6 from the three-point arc, while Medvedenko and Trevor Winter led the team with six rebounds each."

July 11 - From the Sacramento Bee
"The Kings, despite 32 points from Hedo Turkoglu, on Tuesday lost 102-97 to the Dallas Mavericks and fell to 0-2. Rookie Gerald Wallace had another strong performance with 25 points, seven rebounds and three assists. Forward Art Long chipped in with 16 points and a team-high 10 rebounds."

July 10 - From the Sacramento Bee
"Gerald Wallace scored 27 points, and Hedo Turkoglu had 26 in the Kings' 97-96 loss to the Seattle SuperSonics at the Pyramid. Wallace, the Kings' first-round choice from Alabama last month, made 11 of 25 shots. Rashard Lewis had 24 points for the Sonics, and Vladimir Radmanovic, the Sonics' first-round pick from Yugoslavia, had 20."