Sacramento Kings Host Second Annual Rhythm 'N Rims Sunday

-The Event Raises Money for 15 Local Nonprofits-

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Sacramento Kings and the Sacramento Kings Foundation host the second annual Rhythm 'N Rims on Sunday, Oct. 13. The event was created to raise awareness and money for local nonprofits. This year's event takes place downtown on Capitol Mall, and features a full-team Kings exhibition game in a temporary arena built specifically for the event. The event is free to the public.

Rhythm 'N Rims starts with a 5K walk beginning and ending at the Capitol. Those interested in walking can register at www.rhythmnrims.org. Each Kings player is the honorary captain of a walk team directly benefiting one of the participating nonprofits. The nonprofit walk groups will meet with their player before the game.

Sacramento Habitiat For Humanity - Luc Mbah a Moute - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamluc

Stanford Settlement - Greivis Vasquez - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamgreivis

CCHAT Center - Isaiah Thomas - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamisaiah

Stand Up Placer - Travis Outlaw - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamtravis

Society For The Blind - Patrick Patterson - www.rhythmnrims.org/teampatrick

City Year - Jason Thompson - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamjason

Greater Sacramento Urban League - John Salmons – www.rhythmnrims.org/teamjohn

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento - Carl Landry - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamcarl

Sacramento Covered - Chuck Hayes - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamchuck

CASA Sacramento - DeMarcus Cousins - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamdemarcus

Child Advocates of Placer County - Ben McLemore - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamben

Keaton Raphael Memorial - Marcus Thornton - www.rhythmnrims.org/teammarcus

Sierra Forever Families - Jimmer Fredette - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamjimmer

Positive Coaching Alliance - Ray McCallum - www.rhythmnrims.org/teamray

Kings legends, Doug Christie, Henry Turner, Kenny Thomas and Scot Pollard and former Sacramento Monarchs Star Ruthie Bolton will participate in the 5K walk and sign autographs for fans. Kings legend and current assistant coach, Corliss Williamson, will greet walkers and sign autographs before the walk begins.

Schedule for the day:

8 a.m. - 5K walk registration

8:30 a.m. - Nonprofit teams gather (pictures with Kings legends)

8:45 a.m. - Kings Dancers lead walk warm-up on Capitol steps

9 a.m. - 5K walk begins - Kings legends, nonprofit CEOs, Kings executives lead the walk with a marching band

10:30 - 11 a.m. - Autograph session with Kings legends Scot and Kenny

11 - 11:30 a.m. - Autograph session with Kings legends Doug and Henry

11 a.m. - Activities begin in the arena with wheelchair basketball

Noon - Exhibition game and Mascot Challenge (halftime)

10 a.m. - 2 p.m. - Kings Fan Fest (including NBA games and a photo green screen, Kings legends signing autographs, food booths)

The game will be projected on a large Jumbotron outside the arena, and will be live streaming on Kings.com/live. The Kings will give tickets to the game to anyone who raises $100 for a participating nonprofit. Additional tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis at the entrance to the arena.

For additional information, please visit www.rhythmnrims.org.

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