There is much to do in sunny Sacramento, from visiting the Capitol Building, attending shows at the Memorial Auditorium or watching a concert at Ace of Spades, but one could also attend a Sacramento Kings game at the high-tech Golden 1 Center. With a state-of-the-art stadium, a storied history and a drive to succeed, it can be difficult to book Sacramento Kings parking unless you book ahead of time with ParkWhiz for Golden 1 Center. The Sacramento Kings originated as the Rochester Seagrams in upstate New York in 1923 and joining the NBL and then BBA, both predecessors of today’s NBA. After being renamed the Rochester Royals in 1945, the team started off strong, with a winning record that included the 1951 NBA championship over the Knicks. The Royals relocated to Cincinnati in 1957 and following a period of changes, the team relocated again to Kansas City/Omaha in 1972, though they dropped Omaha in 1975 and were renamed the Kansas City Kings. The team moved once more in 1985 to Sacramento, first at what is now known as Sleep Train Arena. As part of a successful attempt to keep the team in the city, Golden 1 Center was built as the new home of the Kings, which opened in 2016. The team is going through exciting changes as they rebuild, which can make it hard to find convenient Sacramento Kings parking at G1C unless you book in advance with ParkWhiz.