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The Kings’ 2016-17 campaign ends with a 115-95 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday at Staples Center. The Kings finish 32-50, one win fewer than in 2015-16 and now have 11 consecutive losing seasons.
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Including injuries and rested players, the Kings had only a seven-man roster for Wednesday’s season finale against the Los Angeles Clippers at Staples Center. Kings coach Dave Joerger speaks on his history against the Clippers.
Dwyane Wade is going back to the playoffs. The Miami Heat aren’t going with him. The field for the NBA postseason is set, with Wade and the Chicago Bulls claiming one of the last two available spots on the final night of the regular season. The other went to the Indiana Pacers, who downed the Atlanta Hawks.