Three Kings of the Night: The It’s About Time Edition


Did the Sacramento Kings finally pull out a big victory last night? Yes, they surly did! And it was long overdue.

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  • Although the game went into overtime against horrible Knicks, a win is a win, and the Kings got a much deserved one last night. It was like everything was clicking, like the Kings were earlier in the season before they went into their current tailspin.

    So where do the Kings go from here? Well, we hope the Kings can climb their way back into postseason contention, but before we worry about that, let’s give out the Three Kings from last night’s great win over New York!

    One King- Darren Collision

    Collision finally had his first complete game in almost a month, scoring 27 points and dishing out 10 assist. Even better, he had only 2 turnovers! Collision needs to play more like he did last night if the Kings have a chance to get back into the thick of things in the West.

    Two Kings- Rudy Gay

    Gay had a tremendous game against the Knicks, going for 29 points, and focusing more on scoring, and letting Collision be the playmaker. Gay needs to pick up his offensive game, especially since DeMarcus Cousins is back, and look more for his own shot.

    Three Kings- DeMarcus Cousins

    And the Three Kings of the night goes to our man Boogie, who had a monster game with 39 points, 11 rebounds, and four assist, and he kept the Kings from melting down in overtime, including this monster dunk that sealed the game in OT:

    Naughty King of the Night- Jason Thompson

    See yesterday’s Three Kings column.

    #SacramentoProud Tweet of the Night

    The #SacramentoProud Tweet of the night goes to Danny Williamson all the way from the UK, who tweeted this pic of his son’s reaction to Boogie throwing it down on four Knicks to seal the win in OT. And if you don’t like this Tweet, you don’t like Kings’ Basketball.