Spurs de San Antonio, Kings de Sacramento

Spurs de San Antonio, Kings de Sacramento

If you had the under of 10 games before the Sacramento Kings called their first players' only meeting of the season, collect your winnings.

The Kings lost their sixth straight and fell to 1-7 on the season after a 106-88 loss to San Antonio on Monday, a game where the Spurs owned the final frame. After the game - and after the owner Vivek Ranadive brought Drake into the Kings 'locker room to meet the players - DeMarcus Cousins said there was going to be a players' only meeting saying because there are issues deal with,

Again, the Kings' defense did little to slow down an opponent, which has been the case often this season. The lineups were unpredictable again as the group that started the game did not start the second half.

Cousins, who missed the previous four games with a strained right Achilles' tendon, was asked if he learned anything about the team while injured.

"Everything I can not really speak on," Cousins ​​said. "We got some issues that we got to carve out. Can not really speak on that. But one thing is, us players, we got to stick together. And just with that, that'll get us through most battles. We got some issues in-house we need to figure out. "

Cousins ​​was asked if these were issues that could be fixed before the Kings host Detroit on Wednesday.

"Can not answer that," he said.

Are these on-court issues?

"Not at all," Cousins ​​said.Cousins ​​was asked if the Kings needed a players-only meeting."It'll be a players-only meeting," Cousins ​​said. "... Just to make it clear I believe in every single person in this room. We just got to stay together. That part I'm not wor

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