Kevin Huerter discusses win over Detroit, six-game winning streak & more
Nov 21, 2022, 9:05 AM
Sacramento Kings guard Kevin Huerter spoke to the media following Sunday’s win against the Detroit Pistons.
The 24-year-old discussed what it’s like for him to go against opposing defenses that have attempted to slow down a historically effective Kings offense, spoke about how important the sellout crowd at Golden 1 Center was during the victory, and much more.
Huerter and the Kings have won six-straight games as they currently sit in sole possession of fifth-place in the Western Conference standings.
One of the better Kings trades in recent memory.
Kevin Huerter has been incredible with the Kings, and has proven that he is somebody that can knock down shots spotting up, off of screens/curls, and off of the dribble.
24 points tonight. 10 in the 4Q.pic.twitter.com/DKz3TigUd4
— Frankie Cartoscelli (@FCartoscelli3) November 21, 2022
The Sacramento Kings entered the 2022-23 season hoping to break a 16-year playoff drought. After hiring Mike Brown as the team’s new coach, the Kings drafted Keegan Murray with the number four overall pick. They continued to make moves over the summer, trading for Kevin Huerter and signing multiple free agents, including guard Malik Monk.
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