Can't get enough Sacramento Kings news? Be sure to download our 5-star iPhone app today!
After a disheartening home loss to the Golden State Warriors in their 2014-15 NBA season opener, the Sacramento Kings have rolled off two impressive victories over the Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Clippers.
According to the dynamic Rudy Gay, the team is putting in the work necessary both on the practice court and during the game to build a winning atmosphere through the concept of trust.
“That’s the only way you’re going to win,” Gay said, via Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee. “You’ve got to trust each other. You’ve got to trust each other to make plays. You’ve got to trust each other on defense and have each other’s back. I don’t know any team that wins without having that on both ends. We practice that every day, and we’re building trust, we’re going hard at each other, and that’s the only way it’s going to happen.”
Even star DeMarcus Cousins is reevaluating both his approach to the game and his role on the team in order to pull this team into relevance in the Western Conference.
“I’ll be the first to admit I’m not perfect,” Cousins stated. “I’ll probably never be perfect, but I’m trying, and we’re trying to get success down here.
"We don’t want to remain the same team that everybody thinks of us always.”
Back to the Sacramento Kings Newsfeed