1950-51 Coach Lester Harrison (insert). Front Row - left to right: Bob Davies, Bobby Wanzer, William Holzman, Paul Noel, Frank (Pep) Saul. Back Row - left to right: Bill Calhoun, Joe McNamee, Arnie Risen, Jack Coleman, Arnitz Johnson
1951-52 Front Row - from left to right: Sam Ranzino, Bob Davies, Ray Ragelis, William Holzman, Bobby Wanzer. Back Row - from left to right: Arnitz Johnson, Joe McNamee, Arnie Risen, Jack Coleman, Marion Spears.
1952-53 Front Row - left to right: Bob Davies, Jack McMahon, Marion Spears, Bobby Wanzer, William Holzman. Back Row - left to right: Cal Christensen, Alex Hannum, Arnie Risen, Jack Coleman, Arnitz Johnson
1953-54 Front Row - left to right: Jack McMahon, Bob Davies, Bobby Wanzer, Al Masino, Cal Christensen. Back Row - left to right: Marion Spears, Jack Coleman, Arnie Risen, Alex Hannum, Norman Swanson.
1954-55 Front Row - left to right: Marion Spears, Bob Davies, Jack McMahon, Bobby Wanzer, Boris Nachamkin. Back Row - left to right: Cal Christensen, Jack Coelman, Arnie Risen, Art Spoelstra, Thomas Marshall, Head Coach Les Harr
Forward Maurice Stokes earned NBA Rookie of the Year honors in 1955-56, averaging a team-leading 16.8 ppg and 16.3 rpg (2nd in NBA)
Forward Jack Twyman made his first of six All-Star appearances in 1957, registering three points and one assist in 17 minutes for the West squad.
1957-58 Front Row - left to right: Richie Regan, George King, Dick Duckett, Chet Forte, Jerry Paulson, John Maglio. Back Row - left to right: Head Coach Bobby Wanzer, Tom Marshall, Dave Piontek, Dick Ricketts, Clyde Lovellette, Ma
Larry Staverman, who would serve a number of administrative positions with the Kings including head coach in 1977-78, averaged 4.3 ppg and 3.8 rpg as a rookie in 1958-59
Forward Wayne Embry, one-time president and chief operating officer of the Cleveland Cavaliers, averaged 10.6 ppg and 9.5 rpg with the Royals in 1959-60 EO