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Sacramento Kings Roster Report 2008-12-14  ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Beno Udrih, Shooting guard John Salmons, Small forward Francisco Garcia, Power forward Spencer Hawes, Center Brad Miller. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-14

Sacramento Kings Notes, Quotes 2008-12-14  --There has been much attention paid this season to the Kings' inability to defend opponents' 3-point looks. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-14

Sacramento Kings Roster Report 2008-12-14  ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Beno Udrih, Shooting guard John Salmons, Small forward Francisco Garcia, Power forward Spencer Hawes, Center Brad Miller. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-14

Sacramento Kings Getting Inside 2008-12-14  The Kings reverted to their old selves on Saturday night, giving up an astounding 43 first-quarter points to the Knicks in a 114-90 loss. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-14

Sacramento Kings Getting Inside 2008-12-14  The Kings reverted to their old selves on Saturday night, giving up an astounding 43 first-quarter points to the Knicks in a 114-90 loss. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-14

Knicks 114, Kings 90  Disgruntled in Golden State earlier this season and demanding a trade, Al Harrington is thriving right now with the New York Knicks. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-14

Harrington lifts Knicks over Kings  Al Harrington made five 3-pointers and scored 33 points Saturday night, helping the New York Knicks beat the slumping Sacramento Kings 114-90. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-14

Harrington lifts Knicks over Kings 2008-12-14  Al Harrington made five 3-pointers and scored 33 points Saturday night, helping the New York Knicks beat the slumping Sacramento Kings 114-90. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-14

Kings are empowered by victory over Lakers   The question had to be asked: How can one team look so different from one game to the next? 
Submitted on: 2008-12-13

KURT STREETER  An Open Letter to Mr. 
Submitted on: 2008-12-13

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