Kings lose two in a row; now prep for Home FInale

The San Diego Kings dropped both games in their 2-game road trip up to northern California, as they were beaten by Team Trouble 121-111 on Saturday and a 126-112 to the San Francisco City Cats on Sunday. This 2-game skid snaps the 7-game winning streak that the Kings put together back in December.

In the first matchup on Saturday, The Kings were able to match the intensity set by Team Trouble early in the contest and went into halftime only down It was a back and forth contest in the 1st half, only being down 56-61 at halftime.

The 2nd half, the Kings defense gave up 34 points in the 3rd quarter and were unable to get the momentum back as Team Trouble evened the season series 1-1.

The Kings put up a gallant effort in the 2nd game of a back-to-back but were unable to keep pace with the San Francisco City Cats as they went down 126-112.

This was a matchup to determine who truly was the number 1 team in the Far West Division of the ABA with the City Cats and Kings being two the top seeded teams in the division.

Just like in the 1st game, both teams were on fire offensively, but the City Cats were able to force more turnovers and shot better in crunch time. The Kings were able to make runs late in the 4th but were unable to sustain enough momentum to carry them to a lead in the 4th quarter.

With the road trip behind them, the Kings will have a full week to prepare for their home finale as they host the Las Vegas Royals next Saturday night live from El Cajon High School. You can also stream the game on Facebook live. Tickets are on sale at 15$ and 25 for VIP seats.

Statistics were unavailable after postgame.