Suddenly, Kings can score
The Kings spent 10 games trying to find their offensive flow. All it took was for Tyreke Evans to find his and, suddenly, the Kings can score.
A night after blowing a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter to Utah in Salt Lake City, the Kings came back to beat the Jazz 108-97 Saturday night at Sleep Train Arena.
And it was Evans in the middle of the flow with a season-high 27 points to go with five rebounds and a team-high five assists.
"Me being aggressive, that sets the tone," Evans said. "And when (DeMarcus Cousins) is aggressive, that sets the tone. We've just got to keep doing that to be in game-winning situations and win games."
-- Sacramento Bee
Re: Suddenly, Kings can score
Moving Evans to be the primary ball handler has been a god send, I suggested he do it of the bench but its worked amazing with the starters. Hes giving Cousins and Brooks in particular open looks which opens their games and makes them better. If Evans can maintain this and Cousins can keep out of silly fouls and ejections they are going to turn it around. They have always been good at home even in the past couple seasons they just need to string a few together.
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