The Sacramento Kings have been one of the biggest surprises this season, as they're still in the Western Conference playoff race as we head down the final stretch of the regular season.

Through 60 games, the Kings are sitting at 31-29, which is just one game back of the eighth seeded San Antonio Spurs. Unfortunately, thanks to Ja Rule, the Kings will never win an NBA championship. 

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Here's how we got here:

First, the Minnesota Timberwolves' official twitter account took a jab at Ja following his memorable halftime performance in Milwaukee. Then, taking a page out of Lil B's handbook, he placed a curse on the Wolves and said that All Star center Karl-Anthony Towns would be leaving.

However, Minnesota didn't get the memo. KAT and the Wolves proceeded to beat the Kings by the final of 112-105 on Monday night, which prompted the following tweet from the Kings:

As a result of their trolling, Ja has today placed a curse on the Kings organization. Although it seems as if he thinks KAT plays for the Kings?

Check out Rule's rebuttal below, as well as some of the reactions to his newfound passion for cursing NBA teams.