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Lakers vs. Kings Final Score: Shooting woes follow LA on the road in 113-102 loss to Sacramento

Lakers vs. Kings Final Score: Shooting woes follow LA on the road in 113-102 loss to Sacramento

Lakers cant get their shots to fall and lose big on the road to Sacramento. The Los Angeles Lakers had the chance to win three games in a row for the first time this season and hold onto the No. 8 seed for another night, but instead fell to the Sacramento Kings 113-102 in what was Lonzo Ball’s first NBA matchup with De’Aaron Fox. While Ball would put up the more impressive stat line with 11 points, 11 assists, 7 rebounds and one poster jam over Willie Cauley-Stein, Fox and his 10 points, 3 assists and 4 rebounds would come in a win for the Kings, which at the end of the day is all that...
Blazersedge Nov 19, 2017
CJ McCollum Catches Fire as Blazers Torch Kings

CJ McCollum Catches Fire as Blazers Torch Kings

Portland wasn’t going to lose again to Sacramento. Their guards made sure of that. The NBA is a league of opportunity, it’s said. The saying proved true tonight as, 24 hours after logging a disappointing performance against the Sacramento Kings in northern California, the Portland Trail Blazers surged back into form in the rematch. Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum combined for 47 points, the Blazers shot over 50% from the field, and Portland defeated the Kings 102-90, completing a much-needed bounce-back. Game Flow After failing to hit a three-point shot for the first time all season in...
Blazersedge Nov 19, 2017
Watch: Blazers Bounce Back, Dethrone Kings

Watch: Blazers Bounce Back, Dethrone Kings

The second time’s the charm as the Blazers closed out the Kings Saturday night, 102-90. Check out the highlights here. It was a little tougher than hoped, but the Portland Trail Blazers put away the Sacramento Kings in the second half for a 102-90 win Saturday night. 24 hours after the Blazers fell to the Kings, Portland played a far more poised game, using a third-quarter run to take control. Afterward, they fended off multiple Kings runs, keeping them figuratively at arm’s length for a relatively easy victory. The Blazers were led by CJ McCollum (25 points), Damian Lillard (22 points,...
Blazersedge Nov 18, 2017
Gameday Thread: Kings at Blazers

Gameday Thread: Kings at Blazers

The Portland Trail Blazers play the Sacramento Kings at 7:00 pm on NBC Sports Northwest. Hang out and chat with us! Tonight, the Portland Trail Blazers get a rematch with the Sacramento Kings, this time at the Moda Center. The teams are coming off a Kings 86-82 upset last night in Sacramento, and Portland hopes to bounce back from their second embarrassing loss in a week, after the previous Friday’s loss to the Nets. If you’d like a preview of the game, you can refer to yesterday’s post. Otherwise, this Gameday Thread is going live early as a reminder of tonight’s game in lieu of...
Blazersedge Nov 18, 2017
Watch: Listless Blazers Fall To Kings

Watch: Listless Blazers Fall To Kings

One week after losing to the Nets, the Blazers fell to the 3-win Kings, 86-82. See what happened here. The Portland Trail Blazers put up another stinker Friday, losing 86-82 to the Sacramento Kings on a night where few things went Portland’s way. The Blazers’ 82 points are the fewest the team has scored so far this season and coupled with a miserable 37% shooting performance continues to raise serious concerns about the current state of the offense. Box Score To call it a sluggish start would be generous to the Blazers, who struggled on offense most of the night and due to that earned...
Knicks 118, Kings 91: Scenes from an efficient Kristaps Porzingis rampage

Knicks 118, Kings 91: Scenes from an efficient Kristaps Porzingis rampage

The Latvian tank rolled over the Kings. The Knicks didn’t stand much of a chance on Wednesday when they were playing on the road without emerging superstar Kristaps Porzingis. On Saturday, however, the tables were turned: The Knicks were at home, and Kristaps was healthy and ready to roll. And roll he did. The Unicorn stampeded all over the Sacramento Kings to the tune of 34 points in just under three quarters of play. New York didn’t even need Kristaps in the final quarter as they won in a laugher, 118-91. Kristaps ended the first half on the receiving end of a magnificent lob from...

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