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  • Spurs use size to imposed their will in a 118-102 win over the Kings

    Sacramento Kings coach Dave Joerger talks to members of the media following the Kings 118-102 loss in San Antonio on Sunday, March 19, 2017. "They're just bigger and more experienced," Joerger said, "they threw us around...got to the rim, got to the foul line and really set the tone of where we could catch the ball." Playing a team like the Spurs is a good experience for the young roster, but now we have to take what we learned and get better, said Joerger.

Sacramento Kings coach Dave Joerger talks to members of the media following the Kings 118-102 loss in San Antonio on Sunday, March 19, 2017. "They're just bigger and more experienced," Joerger said, "they threw us around...got to the rim, got to the foul line and really set the tone of where we could catch the ball." Playing a team like the Spurs is a good experience for the young roster, but now we have to take what we learned and get better, said Joerger. Jason Jones The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento Kings coach Dave Joerger talks to members of the media following the Kings 118-102 loss in San Antonio on Sunday, March 19, 2017. "They're just bigger and more experienced," Joerger said, "they threw us around...got to the rim, got to the foul line and really set the tone of where we could catch the ball." Playing a team like the Spurs is a good experience for the young roster, but now we have to take what we learned and get better, said Joerger. Jason Jones The Sacramento Bee
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March 19, 2017 8:21 PM

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