The Sacramento Kings closed out their four-game home stand with a thud, falling 113-95 to the Toronto Raptors.
Leading by eight points at the half, Toronto controlled the second half, not falling victim to any Sacramento run. Overall, Toronto’s length presented problems for Sacramento’s usually elite offense on Wednesday,
This loss was the first game in several weeks that Sacramento didn’t compete in a major way.
Here are three takeaways from Wednesday’s loss:
Keegan Murray continues to look like a seasoned veteran
Murray continues to impress just about every time he steps on the floor at this point.