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Thread: Kings choke again

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    Kings choke again

    The achilles heel of the Kings did not leave in game 7. Free throws and rebounding killed Sacramento in a big game once again not to mention several easy layups missed.

    Kings were 8-17 at the line. Also allowed 9 offensive rebounds. The free throws killed them in this one. Christie was the only one keeping them in the game of all people. Bibby, Peja, and Webber all sucked it up. Those three shot a combined 15-42 from the field.

    Whenever this team faces a big game they are a completely different team. Tough to watch as a Kings fan but by now I am used to it so oh well again.

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    Im glad, won a lot of $ on the game :-) Lost some cards, oh well though! I hope the Wolves can upset LA, so the Pacers can beat them in the finals! Go WOlves and go Pacers ;-)

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