Kings assistant coach Jay Triano explains why De’Aaron Fox’s game is different this year
Nov 18, 2022, 8:52 AM
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On Thursday, Kings assistant coach Jay Triano joined Cattles & Ramie to discuss Keegan Murray’s health, De’Aaron Fox’s improved play, and the biggest defensive adjustments the Kings can make, especially at the end of games.
Topics discussed include:
- The different starting lineup options with Keegan Murray out with an injury.
- How the depth of the team has helped the Kings.
- If the Kings played harder because they were on national television in a game against the Brooklyn Nets.
- Statistically, De’Aaron Fox is shooting his second-highest percentage from the three-point line in his career. Coach Jay Triano explains how that has come about.
- The Kings try to attempt 40 three-point shots a game and the coaches challenge the players to get smart shots in games.
- Describing the style of basketball the Kings try play in each and every game
- How the team “bought-in” to the culture and style of Mike Brown faster than he’s seen in the past
- What the team can do to improve its defensive rating
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