As expected, the losing has come in waves for the Sacramento Kings all season. For the New York Knicks, the unending L's have come only more recently, accentuated by the loss of their best player.
So neither will be in the cheeriest of moods when they get together Sunday night at the Golden 1 Center and play another in the end-of-season string contests.
Sacramento is coming off another in a long stretch of rough nights at home, losing a 98-91 contest to the Utah Jazz on Saturday, a loss marked by so many of their inefficiencies this season. The Kings shot 38.2 percent from the field -- at 45 percent, they rank 18th in the NBA -- and built themselves a hole early, scoring only 17 points in the opening quarter. >> Read more
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