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The Kings on the court are struggling to find their way, with the latest example coming in a 102-88 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night at Golden 1 Center. In their last two games, the Kings are averaging 86.5 points since scoring 116 points against Denver’s poor defense.
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Kings guard Garrett Temple has been out because of a partially torn left hamstring suffered Jan. 31. Given his setback while recovering from a hamstring injury two seasons ago, he is being cautious but said he could return next week.
Behind the statistics of the Kings’ 102-88 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
A tumultuous week results in an average 21.7 rank in six weekly polls.
New Orleans coach Alvin Gentry isn’t discouraged by his team’s 0-3 record since DeMarcus Cousins joined the team. “I do feel good about the progress we’ve made the last three games, and I think we’re just going to continue to get better,” Gentry said.