It’s been an up-and-down season so far for the Sacramento Kings. After losing their first three games on the road, they opened their home schedule Monday night with a thrilling overtime win before a sellout crowd.
But since then, they fell flat in their next game, lost their starting guard to a broken wrist and had another top player arrested for driving under the influence. Not exactly how Kings head coach Paul Westphal hoped to start his first year on the job.
Still, Westphal sounded upbeat Thursday after practice when he spoke about the team, the city and what it’ll take to make the Kings the talk of the town once more.