Sacramento Kings podcast with Charlie O: Kings have now lost two since Cousins departure; Divac will step down if Cousins trade backfires

February 28, 2017

NBA, Sacramento Kings

Sacramento Kings center Willie Cauley-Stein, right, blocks the shot of Minnesota Timberwolves forward Gorgui Dieng during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

The game that everybody well remembers is when the Denver Nuggets came into town and everything came off the hook this was the Kings first game since DeMarcus Cousins was dealt to the New Orleans Pelicans. The Kings won that game but the Kings played way over their heads. Willie Cauley Stein scored 29 points they played together as a team they played up tempo. They really surprised Denver and Michael Malone and they won that game you saw Kings owner Vivek Ranadive high fiving at his seat during that game.

Then on Saturday the Charlotte Hornets came in the Hornets had been on a slide and they came into Golden One having lost five games in a row but they seemed much like the Kings had a shot at post season in a sense because they were still in the hunt for a playoff spot and the Hornets came in and played gritty basketball. The Hornets are a big team and they’re able to push a lot of people around and the Kings were not in that game and lost. The Kings lost their second game since the Cousins trade on Monday night to the Minnesota Timberwolves 102-88.

Charlie O does the Sacramento Kings podcast each week at




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