Kings stay­ing pos­i­tive de­spite loss to Bucks

Marysville Appeal-Democrat - - SPORTS - By Ja­son An­der­son

MIL­WAU­KEE – The Kings didn’t look like a team that had just en­dured their worst loss of the sea­son as they set out into the cold Mil­wau­kee night to board a flight back to Sacra­mento af­ter 10 days away from home.

Maybe this is the new re­al­ity for a young team try­ing to find its way in the chang­ing NBA. You win some by 30. You lose some by 30.

Gian­nis An­te­tok­oun­mpo posted his sec­ond triple-dou­ble of the sea­son to lead the red-hot Mil­wau­kee Bucks to a 144-109 vic­tory over Sacra­mento on Sun­day af­ter­noon at Fis­erv Fo­rum. The loss came three days af­ter a 146-115 vic­tory over the At­lanta Hawks and snapped the Kings’ five-game win­ning streak, but it didn’t break their spirit af­ter they fin­ished a four-game trip with a 3-1 record.

“Ob­vi­ously, it hurts a lit­tle bit to lose like that, but I think we’re still ex­tremely happy with how we The re­turn of Sacra­mento Kings guard Bog­dan Bog­danovic from knee surgery may be de­layed an­other few days to help guard against set­backs.

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