Kings pushed the Clippers a 124-115 victory in LA – NBA Sports

NS Sacramento Kings beat Los Angeles Clippers 124-115 on the second night behind an aggressive symphony, followed by De’Aaron Fox’s 24 points, Terence Davis’s 23 points, and Davion Mitchell’s 20 points.

Tyrese Haliburton finished with 12 points and 12 assists, and his sixth career was double-double. Richaun Holmes scored his eighth double-double in the season with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Paul George has been lagging behind the report of the Los Angeles injury this afternoon due to rest, and both the Clippers and Kings have been put in a short position to claim victory.

With media availability last night, interim head coach Alvin Gentry told reporters to coach staff. ‘You will find a giver [fans] Better’ Following their annoying loss Lakers, And that’s exactly what happened in tonight’s contest.

I found what they did.

Gentry immediately put the cast members’ mixed bags into the contest-Davis, Mitchell, Timezie Mets, Louis King and Alex Len all saw a few minutes in the first quarter of play. Shuffling the roster and finding someone who was willing to do it was in stark contrast to Sacramento’s victory.

Mitchell started the contest with a perfect 4-4 off the field, including 33 PM, who scored 13 points in eight minutes of play. Metu also succeeded beyond the arc, launching 13 points at 2-5 3PM and six boards to open the second half. Sacramento was able to extend the lead to 25 before halftime.

Kings was able to survive the third quarter storm with six steals and eight forced turnovers in Los Angeles, turning to a 23-point lead towards the final frame, and Fox’s aggressive efforts boosted Clipper’s surge. It was suppressed.

Sacramento was productive When It’s efficient tonight, and even without Harrison Barnes and Maurice Harkless, fans tend to want to see more as they continue to emulate the idea of ​​the “next man.” Kings aims to further strengthen Saturday’s recurring winning habits tonight to welcome the Clippers from the Golden 1 Center to their homes.

– NBA Sports

Kings pushed the Clippers a 124-115 victory in LA Kings pushed the Clippers a 124-115 victory in LA

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