Who knew there was so much fun in Sacramento? All Star forward Chris Webber considered it banishment upon his arrival in 1998, but in four years, the Kings were playing an uptempo, carefree brand of basketball that amazed fans and left opponents frozen. Mike Bibby, Doug Christie, Peja Stojakovic and Vlade Divac spread the floor, ran the floor, dished the rock and filled the basket in innumerable ways, racking up a league best 61 wins. Their relentless play would carry on through the playoffs where they encountered the division rival Lakers in a heated Conference Final that ended with a controversial seventh game. Injuries would render the team a shell of itself in latter years, leaving fans and teammates alike only with the memories of better days.