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Jerry Reynolds says Kings’ 2023-24 season is part of the process

Apr 2, 2024, 6:00 PM

Domantas Sabonis #10 and Malik Monk #0 of the Sacramento Kings celebrate against the Toronto Raptor...

TORONTO, ON - MARCH 20: Domantas Sabonis #10 and Malik Monk #0 of the Sacramento Kings celebrate against the Toronto Raptors during the second half at the Scotiabank Arena on March 20, 2024 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images)

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Are there positive takeaways from the Kings’ up-and-down season? Jerry Reynolds is taking a glass-half-full approach to the 2023-24 regular season for Sacramento.

Sacramento Kings Icon, Jerry Reynolds, joined The Drive Guys Tuesday to talk about Sacramento’s upcoming clash with the Los Angeles Clippers. They also dive into the Kings’ injury woes and what’s to com out of the final stretch of the regular season. Plus, will Domantas Sabonis get snubbed from All-NBA?

All that and more on Sactown Sports.

“You’re exactly right, it’s a process,” Jerry Reynolds said Tuesday. “You can’t know what you need until you go through it, and then experience going through it. You know, it makes you aware of what guys you want to work with and build around [moving forward].”

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Additional topics discussed include:

  • Is the new All-NBA voting discrediting centers like Domantas Sabonis?
  • Does anybody play basketball as hard as Domas?
  • Is it a next-man-up mentality with the Kings?
  • Which loss for the Kings will be felt the most?
  • How important is it for this squad to make the postseason two seasons in a row?
  • Was the Kings’ lack of activity at the trade deadline appearing down the stretch?
  • Should each NBA season be looked at individually if you’re the Kings?
  • Jerry explains the process of an NBA season for each team

Click here to watch and listen to the full interview with Jerry Reynolds.

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