Kevin Huerter on the Kings-Lakers rivalry, ‘Light The Beam’ chants on the road & more
Sacramento Kings guard Kevin Huerter joined The Carmichael Dave Show with Jason Ross on Friday morning to talk about the team’s five-game winning streak, share his thoughts on the Kings-Lakers rivalry, and much more.
Huerter and the Kings will look to stretch their streak to six games on Friday night when they face the Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden 1 Center. Be sure to tune in for pregame coverage beginning at 3 p.m. PST on Cattles & Ramie.
Topics discussed include:
- Kevin explains what it was like to travel while under the weather last week
- Still new to the Kings-Lakers rivalry, Huerter talks about how he’s getting acclimated to the history
- “You can feel that there is a heightened sensitivity every time we play the Lakers… You can tell those games mean more to our fans.”
- Huerter says that he has seen the video of the Doug Christie-Rick Fox punch
- Kevin talks about the play during Wednesday’s game where Russell Westbrook threw the ball off Huerter mid-shot attempt: “That was weird…”
- Huerter talks about his craftiness in the paint
- The Kings players heard the ‘Light The Beam’ chants that took place near the end of Wednesday’s win in Los Angeles
- “It’s been a long time coming. I think Kings fans are ready to stick it back to the rest of the NBA.”
- Huerter talks about how the team adapted to win against the Lakers without Domantas Sabonis
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