I'm going to keep this short because A) I'm sick and B) I don't feel the need to blather on.
- Tyreke Evans did some good things and bad things in this game, but the stuff that will stick out is his poor decisions shooting the ball. Again, Tyreke has not progressed offensively as a player (he did play fairly good defense tonight) in terms of offensively diversifying his game. It's not just the facilitation that Tyreke needs work on; it's simply the overall decision making and attitude.
- DeMarcus Cousins had a poor shooting night, some great offensive rebounds, a lucky (and awesome) gambling steal on Darren Collison, and 19 rebounds (12 offensive). Cousins at times made an impact, but he misses way too many easy layup's. At some point this simply has to change. Hopefully it's sooner than later.
- Marcus Thornton had a rough shooting night. I have a feeling that with the compressed time schedule, we'll continue to see poor shooting percenages from nearly all involved. Thornton figures to be the one guy on the Kings affected the most.
- A semi-poor outing by John Salmons was certainly off-set by Francisco Garcia having his best game of the season shooting percentage be damned. Coming into the game Cisco had a 46.5 TS% and after tonight has a 49.6 TS%.