1998-99 Sacramento Kings Game-by-Game Results

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 27-23
Finishing 3rd in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference
Postseason: 2-3 Lost conference first round
Conference First Round - Lost to Utah Jazz 3-2
Coach: Rick Adelman (27-23)
Location: Sacramento, California
Attendance: 418,751, Avg. 16,750 in 25 home dates
1998-99 Sacramento Kings Statistics
1998-99 Sacramento Kings Roster

The Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association ended the 1998-99 season with a record of 27 wins and 23 losses, finishing third in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-3.

Sacramento topped the circuit with 5,009 points. The club allowed 5,030 points, most in the league. Chris Webber tossed in a team-leading 839 points for the Kings and contributed 545 rebounds. Jason Williams rang up 299 assists for the squad.

On the defensive side of the ball, Jason Williams added 95 steals, while Chris Webber blocked 89 shots.

Rick Adelman coached the team. The 1998-99 Sacramento Kings lost in the conference first round.

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Regular Season Points For: 0
Regular Season Points Against: 0

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