Kings Seek Harmony; Hold Team Meeting
The Kings left the court to boos from their fans. After the game, the players kept the locker room closed longer than the usual 10-minute cooling-off period to hash out what has gone wrong after a preseason that was all about harmony on and off the court.
The chat after the game was to try to sort out why the Kings have lost four consecutive games, all by double digits.
“Once we hang our heads and point fingers, that’s where we go bad at,” said guard Tyreke Evans. “Other teams just go out and play. They don’t argue; they don’t fight each other.”
“We thought it was only right to make each other accountable and say what was on our minds because at the end of the day, when we put our hands together, we say ‘family’ and we mean it,” said Jason Thompson.