Top 30 Moments In Sacramento Kings History: Part 2 (11-20)

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Aug 8, 2014; Springfield, MA, USA; Six-time NBA all-star Mitch Richmond is inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame during the 2014 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony at Springfield Symphony Hall. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

11. “The Rock’s” Retirement Ceremony: Aside from Chris Webber, Mitch Richmond might be the most talented and accomplished player in Sacramento King’s history. The former shooting guard for the Kings averaged 23.3 points during his tenure with Sacramento, and remains a fan favorite for the fans to this very day.

When the Kings finally decided to retire the #2 jersey, fans were ecstatic. Richmond was the first star to play in the Sacramento era, and fans wanted to reward Richmond’s accolades by making the #2 never to be worn by another King again. 

Next: Top 30 Moments In Kings History Part 1

If there was a list that ranked the Top 3 Sacramento Kings players to ever play, no question that Richmond still remains on that list today.