The Kings win easy to the Cavs with Hield as protagonist

Simple victory of Sacramento at home against some Cavaliers who did not force. Hield was the best with 23 points and a close triple record.


The Kings got a victory without much difficulty at home and still show good face despite the fact that since last week they are already eliminated from the fight for the playoffs in the West. At Cavaliers they won by 117-104.

After a first quarter in which they were behind, everything was more shot for the local team. The Ohions reserved Tristan Thompson and did not press when they had to, which facilitated the meeting with the California team.

Buddy Hield was the best of the contest with 23 points scored, achieving 5 triples that put him already 6 of the record of Damian Lillard of more hits from the goal in his first three seasons in the NBA (599) .

De'Aaron Fox completed a double-double (16 points and 10 assists) to help Hield, as did Bogdanovic (18 + 5) and Bagley (15 + 8) . Jordan Clarkson (22 points) and Collin Sexton (19 points) were the most successful of the visiting team.

The Kings are back to a victory to get a 50% balance (39-40), which makes their season worthwhile despite staying out of the fight for the title again. The defeat of the Cavs helps them to consolidate their third position by the tail, which gives more options to take the number 1 of the Draft 2019.



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