Sabonis scores 24, leads Kings' 123-96 rout of Clippers

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Domantas Sabonis scored 24 points on 10-of-11 shooting and the Sacramento Kings handed the undermanned Los Angeles Clippers their worst loss of the season, 123-96 on Saturday. Sabonis set the tone with 15 points in the opening quarter and the Kings’ bench kept it going in the second, building a 28-point lead. They led by 29 in the third and by 31 in the fourth. “While everyone warms up, I’m always ready,” Sabonis said. “I feel like that’s where I can take advantage.” Sabonis made both of his two 3-point attempts in the game and hit 2 of 3 free throws. He had six assists and five rebounds despite five fouls.
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Keegan sticks to 'formula' with career-high vs. Clippers

Keegan Murray has endured the highs and lows of an NBA rookie during the 2022-23 season. However, in the Kings' 123-96 win against the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday afternoon at Area, the 22-year-old flashed the potential many expect to see from him. The No. 4 overall pick in...

Kings 123, Clippers 96: Defense leads the way in L.A.

The Kings offensive improvement this season has surprised many, but this afternoon in Los Angeles their defense was on display as well. The Kings beat the Clippers 123 to 96. That's the lowest point total the Kings have allowed this season and the first time they've kept an opponent under 100. They only allowed 38 points in the entire first half, building up a 22 point lead going into the break. L.A. shot just 35.5% from the field and 27.3% from three. The Clippers were without quite a few of their main rotation players, particularly stars Paul George and Kawhi Leonard, but it was still very nice to see the Kings take advantage of their opportunity and take care of business on the road.

Kawhi Leonard, Paul George To Join Clippers On Road Trip

Kawhi Leonard and Paul George will join the Los Angeles Clippers on their upcoming four-game road trip. The duo practiced on Friday but sat out the team's 123-96 loss to the Kings on Saturday. Leonard has missed six straight games with a sprained right ankle, with George missing seven consecutive...
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Kings blowout shorthanded Clippers team

On Saturday, the Sacramento Kings did what good teams are supposed to do against an injured opponent — take advantage. With the Los Angeles Clippers missing stars Kawhi Leonard and Paul George and solid role players Norman Powell and Luke Kennard, the Kings dominated from the opening tip on Saturday in LA, winning 123-96.

A clear No. 1: Cape Cod high school football rankings

The high school football season is officially over and the records are final in 2022. The Falmouth Clippers won the Cape and Island League championship and finished with the most wins on Cape this season. This year's Thanksgiving slate has come and gone and it brought plenty of incredible action,...

Merritt Centennials fall 7-3 to the Clippers

The Nanaimo Clippers beat the Merritt Centennials 7-3 on Saturday. In addition to the 10 total goals scored, a total of 54 penalty minutes were handed out in what was a very eventful game. Mike Murtagh and Brody Waters each scored two goals in the victory. Kai Daniells, Micheal Craig, and Charles Tardif added the other Clipper goals. Nanaimo managed to fire 48 shots at the Merritt net, while giving up 35 shots.