After the third bankruptcy in a row and a clear swatter against the Grizzlies Kings-InterimScoach Alvin Henry was bursting the collar at night on Monday. In a two-minute outride he criticized the ridiculous performance of his team.
I’ve never been so disappointed in my 34 years as a coach in the NBA as I was today. This achievement was absolutely ridiculous, Henry began his press conference after the 102: 127 defeat of his Kings against the Memphis Grizzlies. Subsequently, the coach, who recently returned from the Corona Protocol, picked up for a full-turn against his own team.
We did not play hard, we did not fight. We have put 19 offensive rebounds for… What do I know, 35 points or so? That’s an astronomical number, the 67-year-old mocked. We did not defend neither the screens nor the rolling players. We did not follow the Gameplay. I do not want to talk about it, ask your questions.
Henry, however, never turned away, Everyone who has seen this game understands that this achievement was simply ridiculous. I can not find anything else. I’m totally disappointed and everyone in this building should also be disappointed. They should also be disappointed Quasi played with us. He ensured that his message has also arrived in the cabin.
The Kings came above all in the third quarter under the wheels, which Memphis won 40:27. The guests settled in this passage up to 22 points and are previously three defeats in a row back in the trace track. I feel like the opponents come here and lick their lips, Guard Terence Davis was served. We have to protect our own court.
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The Kings fight for participation in the play-in tournament, the franchise is located in the midst of the longest playoff drought of the league (15 years without postseason in a piece). With 13 wins and 21 defeats Sacramento is currently in second place in the West. Under Henry, which took over the post of fired Luke Walton at the end of November, the Kings are at a balance sheet of 7-10.