Great to break ground on 700K! A huge moment for Sacramento! http://t.co/FQ2qtHCUTK
Four games, 6 nights, 3 time zones for Kings. Spurs had 3 days off. Tough draw for Sacramento tonight.
The Spurs' last 3 wins vs. the Kings (twice) and Suns: OFFENSE: 105.8 PP/100 DEFENSE: 82.9 PP/100 Denver visits Friday.
The Spurs held the Kings to 11 points in the 2Q, 23 in 3Q, & 24 in 4Q. Coach Karl: "Defensively, they controlled us."
FINAL: Spurs 112, Kings 85. Biggest loss of the season.
The Spurs improve to 37-23 with a 112-85 victory over the Kings. Kawhi 21 points, Parker 19 points. SA has won 3 in a row.
The 40-point deficit was the largest of the season for the Kings.
Well, tonight wasn't much fun. Some tough calls early led to a lot of frustration and Sacramento fell apart.
I know Kings and Suns aren't very good teams ... but blowing out the dregs is a good sign. Spurs weren't doing it for much of the year.
4:51 to play, the Kings trail 107-70. Led by 44 last night.
After allowing the Kings to score 27 points in the 1Q, the Spurs’ defense held SAC to 11 in the 2Q & 23 in the 3Q.
Kings now down 91-61, 11 minutes to play. Exact of last night, then again, these aren't the Knicks and you knew that.
The Spurs are now treating the Kings like the Kings treated the Knicks last night in New York.
Kings getting a lot of foul shots this quarter. I wouldn't care, but it's really slowing the game down and I want to go home.
Biggest mystery on Spurs-Kings right now is if Sacto will break 60 tonight.
If lob dunks were worth 15 points, Kings would be on 30-0 run.
Spurs, meanwhile, up 65-44 on Kings mid-3Q. Brutal b2b for Sac. Can't imagine they have much gas.