Found November 06, 2012 on
Golden State Warriors
Heh. I mostly write obtuse and silly titles to amuse myself. Otherwise, what's the point? That said, sometimes with young dumb teams ugly wins are about the best you are going to get. And, well, an ugly win that was far too difficult and came down to two missed shots by Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are a tough way to get victories. Against the top tier, it won't happen. And thus, so it goes.
Here is the boxscore.
Onto the bullets....
* DeMarcus Cousins looked much better than he had all season tonight. Shot well, did well defensive rebounding, and the offensive rebounds came off others misses. Not a bad night, and more like this will make me happy. The thing that made me happy was that Cousins led the Kings in minute with 34 minutes, and it could have been more if Smart felt like subbing Cousins in earlier. That's the actual important news in my mind more than anything else.
* Tyreke Evans really struggled tonight on both ends. Struggled off screens defensively, and...
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The Sacramento Kings held a “blackout” promotion for their home opener last night, giving away free black shirts and glow sticks to fans to celebrate the opener. Unfortunately, this clueless old guy thought the”blackout” promotion gave him permission to wear blackface.
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SACRAMENTO -- DeMarcus Cousins scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, and Aaron Brooks scored six points down the stretch to lift the Sacramento Kings over the Golden State Warriors 94-92 Monday night at Sleep Train Arena. It was the Kings' first victory of the season after they opened with three losses on the road. The win wasn't sealed until Golden State's Stephen...
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