Kings-Celtics: Boston Takes Out Frustration on Lowly Sacramento

Jason ColdironCorrespondent IDecember 28, 2008

Tonight the Sacramento Kings (7-23) hosted the defending champion Boston Celtics (27-4).

The Celtics started the season with the best 29-game start in league history before dropping their last two games to the Lakers and Warriors.

The Kings came in having won just two of their last 17 games.

Who could have expected what would happen in this game tonight? Anyone could have guessed the Celtics would be angry coming off of two straight losses. Facing the lowly Kings, there was blood in the water and the Celtics attacked with a vengeance.

The Celtics dominated the game in every way from start to finish, winning 108-63.

Kevin Garnett led the Celtics with 21 points.

The Kings set a franchise record for futility by making just 19 field goals.

The Kings will next host the Clippers on Tuesday.