The Sacramento Kings will produce an NBA-style game in Reno, NV on Saturday, Apr. 1. The game will include special in-game entertainment, fan engagement, giveaways and more.
The Kings entertainment team will join the Bighorns for an affiliate game when the Bighorns host the Northern Arizona Suns on April 1. at 7 p.m. (doors open at 5:30 p.m.). Kings Legend Brad Miller, Sacramento Kings Dancers, Mascot Slamson and more will be on hand to give fans in Reno an opportunity to connect directly with the Sacramento organization.
“We’re excited to bring the fun and entertainment side of Kings Basketball to Reno and share it with our friends, the Bighorns,” said Kings President Chris Granger. “As our partnership matures, we’ll continue to find new and exciting ways to incorporate the best of both organizations to create a great experience for our fans.”
Before the game, the Kings will host a Junior Kings youth basketball clinic at the Reno Events Center from 9 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, April 1. Former Kings center Brad Miller will join 100 local youth ages 6-14 will participate in a special clinic that focuses on educating each participant about the game of basketball while teaching them the fundamentals of basketball and enhancing their conditioning skills. As a special treat, each participant will receive a Junior Kings t-shirt and headband, Kings swag, a certification of completion and two tickets to the nights’ Reno Bighorns matchup versus the Northern Arizona Suns.