Lance Woods says it ‘don’t matter’ who the Kings have to play in the playoffs

Mar 31, 2023, 3:54 PM | Updated: May 24, 2024, 7:15 am

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Sacramento native & comedian Lance Woods joined Cattles & Ramie Friday to discuss his thoughts on the Kings clinching a playoff spot, what this means for the city of Sacramento, and what a postseason matchup will look like.

All that and more on Cattles & Ramie.

“It don’t matter,” Woods said on the show. “If we’re being all the way honest, every team is going to be more experienced, probably. Every team is going to have, what they consider, more superstars. So just line them up, whoever it’s going to be…If you want to be a championship team, you’re going have to beat everybody.”

Topics discussed include:

  • How did Lance react when the Kings clinched the playoffs?
  • How cool is The Beam?
  • What does this mean for the city of Sacramento?
  • Is there a matchup that suits Sacramento best in the postseason?
  • Do Kings fans want to see the Los Angeles Lakers in the playoffs?

Click here to watch and listen to the full interview with Lance Woods.

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