Stojakovic lifts Kings to comeback win over Houston
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"That's life," Webber said referring to the crowd booing him throughout the game. "You come back after 10 months, you're hurt, and they want to ride you like that, what can you do? It's definitely changing my focus, changing my outlook."
"You want every game, and this is definitely one of the games that we let slip away," Francis said. "Hopefully we can learn a lesson from this, that execution is very important, because I don't think we executed late."
Sacramento won its fourth straight over the
However, Sacramento outscored the
"We were not at our best when we needed our best," Houston head coach Jeff Van Gundy said. "We missed a lot of layups. ... We have to have more resolve, and we don't have resolve to finish right now."
It marked the 44th time this season that the
Taylor scored six points and Francis added five as the
Houston opened the second quarter with an 11-3 run, keyed by four points from
Houston reeled off the next seven points, including five from Mobley, to go back up by double-digits at 48-35. The
Taylor's jumper in the lane staked Houston to a 60-50 lead two minutes into the
third quarter. The
Stojakovic drained another three with 3:36 left to put the