Sacramento Kings: Searching For Balance After Three-Game Losses

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Updated: December 28, 2019
Buddy Hield goes for the steal @NBC CA by Charlie O. Mallonee The Sacramento Kings had to fly home from Memphis licking their wounds after losing the final three games of their four-game road. On Saturday night, the Kings dropped the final game of the road swing to the Grizzlies 119-115. The game was never as close as the final score might imply. Lead Changes There were three lead changes in the game; however, the Kings never held the lead after the first quarter of the game. The largest lead of the game for Sacramento was seven points. Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZQjvtkfh31KR5ycbID8tYFz3T7OeAnm9hPAfYN8jG4F.ZtYVjURUCOcdhY8Yo.3rO97ks4UpfZoynGkrLM1qtHLdfZlpppIPIzzvomUYDa7lQ--MEMPHIS, Tenn. — This time, the Memphis Grizzlies made their fourth quarter lead hold. Jaren Jackson Jr. scored 18 points, Jae Crowder added 17 points and 10 rebounds, and the Grizzlies beat the Sacramento Kings 119-115 Saturday night. Memphis lost road games to Oklahoma City and Cleveland earlier this week, squandering fourth quarter leads in both defeats. Read More...
     
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZQ41xvyP1kfZ1O7pNQlFAKL7rCaXLy8Vjrt6ug6QENAJn7sVdS8ZYVT6r_ml2K.V7bC3p013IGWoSYAySzPpUilhrBlioLkcaNXOwy1aCmou7wV1Wo0s8RqQaOrShVyL.EWHBNZH28rmw--Kings searching for balance after return of De'Aaron Fox and Marvin Bagley --  The Sacramento Kings are scuffling. They’ve lost three straight and four of their last five and their prospects don’t get any brighter when they suit up against the Houston Rockets Monday at Golden 1 Center. After 29 games, the Kings have no idea who they are. They started to develop an identity with a makeshift roster, but now they have to reinvent themselves on the fly with the return of De’Aaron Fox and Marvin Bagley. This should have been expected. Fox and Bagley are major pieces, but they are also very young and learning new offensive and defensive sets. Read More...
 

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