Posted by: Kingsguru21 | March 30, 2010

Kings lose to Pacers 102-95

Didn’t see much of this game, but apparently what was worth seeing was in the 1st half. Whatever there was worth seeing I’m sure I didn’t miss much. Here is the box score.

At any rate, what stuck out to me looking at the box score is the amount of minutes that Donte Greene played, the amount of TO’s Tyreke had (7) compared to the rest of his numbers (17 on 6-13 FG 4-4 line, 10 assists, 7 rebounds).

Donte may have a lot of upside, and anyone can argue that, but at this point he’s going to have to learn how to figure out how to become more consistent. If he can’t do that, he’ll bounce around the NBA some until he does.

As far as Reke goes, people will say he turns the ball over too much. Yeah, that happens when you have high volume ball handlers. He’ll probably have a few 10 TO game’s as his career moves forward too. That just sometimes happens. Get over it.

As to why Indy won? They hit more 3 balls. A lot more. Ballgame.

Okay that’s it.

Pace Eff eFG FT/FG OREB% TOr
Sacramento 97.0 97.9 44.6% 14.1 32.6 16.5
Indiana 105.2 54.2% 14.5 10.5 13.4
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  1. Didn’t see the first half, watched the second….

    What stuck out to me in that stretch:Indy is probably a better team than I expected considering their record.

    & Tyreke having a double-double despite having a less-than-spectacular game. for him.

    message to JT:Love to see you playing well and free, but could you please…PLEASE….stop putting the ball on the floor for one or two dribbles in the post before you go up for your shot. You’re driving me crazy with that; just shoot the ball, dammit!

    (Or to look at it another way:When you do that, you’re only given the defense a better chance at blocking your shot…why do you wanna help out your opponents like that?Make it hard on ’em & just face up on your shot.

    & that’s all I got.

    • This team is woefully incomplete at the moment. But even then you can see that this team has a future at the same time.

      Patience, patience, patience.


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