For the 2002 Sacramento Kings team, destiny was knocking at the doorstep, until… May 30th, 2002, Game 6 Western Conference Finals… a day that the Sacramento Kings would love to have erased from their memory…
In the early 2000s, the NBA was dominated by the Los Angeles Lakers, however, the road to their 3-peat became quite the rocky one, especially in that 2001-2002 season, The Lakers did not finish on top of the West nor did they win the Pacific division as they did in their previous title runs. The Sacramento Kings won 61 games, took the Pacific title from LA, and secured the number 1 seed.
00:00 – 02:07 Prologue
02:07 – 03:25 Game 1
03:25 – 03:40 Game 2
03:40 – 04:31 Game 3
04:31 – 06:11 Game 4
06:11 – 08:46 Game 5
08:46 – 21:41 Game 6
21:41 – 26:18 Game 7
Written by Daniel Malakismail @ based_dan
Intro by 7thLetterBeats
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