The Sacramento Kings and the San Antonio Spurs faced off tonight at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento California. The Kings defeated the Spurs with the score 106-100, led by Frank Mason's 17 point game. The San Antonio Spurs played without Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker, and Rudy Gay. This was the first preseason game for both teams.

LaMarcus Aldridge scores team-high 17 points

LaMarcus Aldridge played in today's preseason game against the Sacramento Kings. Aldridge led all scorers with 17 points along with two rebounds and two assists. He shot an incredible 70 percent from the field, 50 percent from the three-point line and made two of his three free throw attempts.

The 17 point effort of Aldridge was not enough for the Spurs to win the game as they fell short in today's game with the score106-100.

Ginobili puts up stats across the board

Manu Ginobili showcased that he can still do everything despite being 40 years of age. He lighted up the stats board tonight against the Sacramento Kings with three points, four rebounds, one assist, and two steals. Ginobili decided to play one more season with the San Antonio Spurs a couple of months ago. Despite his age, Manu still continues to impress and proves how valuable he still is off the bench.

Lauvergne and Mills had a solid game

Lauvergne and Mills had a decent game tonight despite the San Antonio Spurs falling short against the Sacramento Kings.

Joffrey Lauvergne contributed 10 points, three rebounds, and one assist in six minutes of gameplay. He shot a solid 60 percent from the field and made four of his five free throw attempts. Patty Mills scored 11 points in tonight's loss and added three assists. San Antonio Spurs fans can only hope that the team can be healthy once the season begins, as injuries were the major issues of the Spurs last season.

De'Aaron Fox and Frank Mason shines in his debut game

De'Aaron Fox played incredibly well tonight against the San Antonio Spurs. Fox scored 16 points in his first NBA preseason game, he added one rebound, two assists, one steal, and one block to his stats. He shot an amazing 87.5 percent from the field and made two of his three free throw attempts.

Fox showed just how good and efficient he is at scoring and proved that he is already someone who can play at a high level with the Sacramento Kings. Frank Mason also played a very solid game contributing a team high of 17 points along with six rebounds and one assist. The Sacramento Kings rebuilding plans are looking very good with Fox showing how much potential he has.