The losing streak of Sacramento Kings continued when they played against Los Angeles Clippers in the 2017 NBA Preseason as the Kings fell short by a score of 104-87. The La Clippers secured their win against the Kings as the team averaged 53 percent shooting from the field, 44 percent in three-point shooting, with 44 rebounds and 21 turnovers for the entire game. The Clippers gave an incredible performance with Blake Griffin who led the team with 18 points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals. He shot 54 percent from the field and 50 percent from three-point shooting.

The game showed a glimpse of what fans can expect in the regular season as the game emphasized the good mix of veterans and young talent of the players.

Los Angeles Clippers showed a notable performance during the game

It was not only Blake Griffin who showed some fantastic performance as many players from the Clippers gave an incredible performance during the game. Wesley Johnson played for 31 minutes and added 16 points to their winning score with five rebounds, two steals, and one assist. Tyrone Wallace who played for 25 minutes also gave 16 points for his team with five rebounds, two assists, and two steals. Lou Williams scored 14 points with three rebounds, four assists, and one steal.

The teamwork of LA Clippers gave them a heads up to win against the Sacramento Kings in the NBA preseason game.

The Sacramento Kings players suffered two more injuries during the game

It was a pretty close game as the Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Clippers tied at the end of third quarter. But as soon as the fourth quarter started, the Clippers smoothly secured their win against the Kings. The Kings showed a pretty good performance during the game and showed optimistic signs to rebuild their team, but it hurts them.

The Kings suffered two additional injuries to their team during the game (George Hill and Bogdan Bogdanovic). The nine-year veteran, George Hill, slipped on the court during the first half and left in the middle of the game due to a leg injury. The Serbian rookie player, Bogdan Bogdanovic, got tangled up with Kosta Koufos at the end of the third quarter which resulted in an ailing ankle that forced him to leave the game.

De’Aaron Fox suffered a bruised lower back during the game against the Lakers last Sunday. Hopefully, the Kings’ injured players will recover before they hit the NBA regular season next week.