The Kings lose to the Bucks playing short-handed.
Looking ahead to tonight's match-up in Milwaukee between the Bucks and Kings.
by James Ham and Jonathan Santiago
That's all new Sacramento Kings head coach Keith Smart emphasized to his team following an abysmal 37-point first-half.
The Kings went on to score 66 total points after the intermission, overcoming a 21-point deficit to topple the Milwaukee Bucks 103-100 in the final game of their lone back-to-back-to-back set this season.
"I didn't going in with a rah-rah speech," Smart said postgame. "I just said play hard and things will start to happen."