Sacramento Kings Regular Season Rosters
2004-2005 Sacramento Kings Regular Season Roster
2004-2005 Sacramento Depth Chart
|Starters||M. Bibby||C. Mobley||P. Stojakovic||K. Thomas||B. Miller|
|Rotation||E. House||M. Evans||C. Williamson||D. Songaila||G. Ostertag|
|Rotation||B. Jackson||B. Skinner|
|Lim PT||K. Martin||E. Daniels|
2004-2005 Pacific Division Standings
|3||Los Angeles Clippers||37-45||25|
|4||Los Angeles Lakers||34-48||28|
|5||Golden State Warriors||34-48||28|
2004-2005 Sacramento Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Chris Webber||Player Of The Month (Jan 05)
|Brad Miller||Player Of The Week (01/30/05)
|Mike Bibby||Player Of The Week (02/27/05)
2004-2005 Sacramento Season Stat Leaders
2004-2005 Sacramento Kings Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
Peja Stojakovic was selected as the #14 pick in the First Round of the 1996 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. Peja Stojakovic signed a multi-year contract with the Sacramento Kings on July 1, 1998. Peja Stojakovic signed a multi-year extension with the Sacramento Kings on August 16, 2000.
|Acquired via Draft Rights Trade
Draft Rights to Darius Songaila, the #21 pick in the Second Round of the 2002 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Sacramento Kings from the Boston Celtics on June 23, 2003. Darius Songaila signed a contract with the Sacramento Kings on July 1, 2003. Darius Songaila re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 23, 2004.
|Acquired via Trade
Mike Bibby was acquired in a trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Vancouver Grizzlies on June 27, 2001. Mike Bibby re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on August 16, 2002.
Brad Miller was acquired in a sign and trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Indiana Pacers on July 24, 2003.
Cuttino Mobley was acquired in a trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Orlando Magic on January 10, 2005.
Brian Skinner was acquired in a trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Philadelphia Sixers on February 23, 2005.
Kenny Thomas was acquired in a trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Philadelphia Sixers on February 23, 2005.
Corliss Williamson was acquired in a trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Philadelphia Sixers on February 23, 2005.
|Acquired via Waiver Claim
Eddie House was claimed off of the waiver wire by the Sacramento Kings from the Milwaukee Bucks on January 5, 2005.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Erik Daniels signed a contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on October 1, 2004.
Maurice Evans signed a contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on October 1, 2004.
Bobby Jackson signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on August 1, 2000.
Greg Ostertag signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 21, 2004.
2004-2005 Sacramento Kings Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Maloof Sports & Entertainment||Owner||1999-2000||N/A|
|John Rinehart||Chief Financial Officer, Executive VP of Business Operations||2000-2001||N/A|
|Rick Adelman||Head Coach||1998-1999||Head Coach (Golden State Warriors, 1995 to 1997)|
|Pete Carril||Assistant Coach||2009-2010||Assistant Coach (Washington Wizards, 2007 to 2008)|
|Elston Turner||Assistant Coach||2016-2017||Assistant Coach (Memphis Grizzlies, 2013 to 2016)|
|T.R. Dunn||Assistant Coach||2004-2005||Assistant Coach (Denver Nuggets, 2002 to 2004)|
|Geoff Petrie||President of Basketball Operations, General Manager||1994-1995||General Manager (Portland Trail Blazers, 1992 to 1994)|
|Wayne Cooper||VP of Basketball Operations||1996-1997||Assistant Coach (Sacramento Kings, 1994 to 1996)|
|Scotty Stirling||Director of Scouting||1989-1990||N/A|
|Jerry Reynolds||Director of Player Personnel||1994-1995||General Manager (Sacramento Kings, 1989 to 1994)|
|Bubba Burrage||Advance Scout||1999-2000||Video Coordinator (Sacramento Kings, 1995 to 2001)|
|Pete Youngman||Athletic Trainer||1996-1997||Assistant Athletic Trainer (Sacramento Kings, 1993 to 1996)|
|Manny Romero||Assistant Athletic Trainer||2002-2003||N/A|
|Gary Gerould||Radio Broadcaster||1985-1986||N/A|
|Scott Moak||Public Address Announcer||2002-2003||N/A|