Kings End Road Losing Streak, Make Sacramento Franchise History

December 22nd, 2009 by Blake Mehigan Leave a reply »
The King played the Chicago Bulls last night coming off an impressive win against another young fledgling team in the Bucks. In Milwuakee, Tyreke Evans put the game away with a last second layup that he miraculously got off before time ran out.

With a win to kick off four games in five nights, Sacramento looked to be off to a good start on what was a quick road trip. But the next night in Chicago could not start any worse for this Kings team.

Sacramento began the second half down nearly 30 points. The Kings were down 79-44 with a little less than nine minutes left in the third quarter. The game seemed to be all but over.

Little did anyone at the United Center know last night history would take place. Whether or not the majority of them wanted to be a part if it or not.

Reminder: the score reads 79-44 in the third quarter. A little under 21 minutes of game clock remains.

The Kings began slowly chipping away at the Bull lead. Their offense looked patient and selective, as to not to spoil any opportunities. Pushing the ball when they could, and slowing down to set up their offense when they needed to.

Jason Thompson looked like Chr ...

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