Sacramento Kings forward Chimezie Metu, right, dribbles away from Los Angeles Clippers center Serge Ibaka on Wed Dec 1, 2021 at the Staple Center in Los Angeles (AP News photo)
On the Kings podcast with Jeremiah:
#1 The Sacramento Kings (9-14) have been playing .500 ball and must love the Southland the last time they were there they beat the Lakers (12-11) 141-137 on Fri Nov 26th and they defeated the Clippers (11-11) on Wed Dec 1st 124-115. Is it the coaching change, is it new plays, is it interim coach Alvin Gentry what’s been the difference?
#2 On Wednesday night it was one of those games where you could see that the Kings were not going to give this one up for example although the Clippers outscored the Kings in the fourth quarter 39-25 the Kings hung on to win it by nine points.
#3 Jeremiah, talk about the offense of De’Aaron Fox who scored 24 points and Terrence Davis who came in second with 23 points on Wednesday night.
#4 What made this game so unique for the Kings was that they played it short handed on the road against the Clippers and won it by nine points.
#5 The Kings next up continue this home at home series which comes to Sacramento on Sat Dec 4th at the Golden One Center. The Clippers who hosted on Wednesday will be visitors on Sat. The Kings have won three of their last six games and the Clippers have been struggling losing four of their last five games including their Wednesday loss to the Kings.
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