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The Charlotte Hornets made arguably the best comeback of the season against the Sacramento Kings on Sunday night. On the other hand, the Kings may have suffered the worst loss of the season. With 1:13 in the competition, it looked like the Kings had pretty much completed the win as they extended their lead to 123-115 over the visiting Hornets, however, Charlotte had other ideas

After a break, the Hornets shifted gears and completely flipped the game after a couple of big games in their defense, Terry Rozier hit a big 3-pointer and later followed him with a couple of free throws that put the Kings in the lead to 123- 120 shortened, with 33 seconds left After De’Aaron Fox reset the Kings with a floater between 125 and 121, PJ Washington responded with a long-range shot. Buddy Hield converted one of his free throws, giving Sacramento a lead of 126-124 with 10 ticks remaining

On possibly Charlotte’s last chance to win or tie the game, Monk retracted from the tip of the key, made contact with King’s great man Richaun Holmes, and still managed to get the ball through by a second spinning the basket, the bucket tied the game, and then Monk hit the resulting free throw to give the Hornets the final lead – an unlikely 127-126 win

Monk finished the game on 21 points for the Hornets when they beat the Kings 12-3 in the last minute of the competition. He also had a lot of help with P comebackJ Washington scored a career high of 42 points in victory, while rookie LaMelo Ball added 24 of their own to keep up with a career high of 12 assists, Charlotte’s victory over the Kings was so unlikely that the Hornets had only a 1.6 percent chance of winning 55 seconds on the music box

“It goes back to that notion of resilience, never dropping the sword, never giving in and fighting until the last second,” Borrego said of ESPN. “They had to miss a few free throws to help us, but we did found a way with men we found a way to win Just proud of our group ”

While Borrego was proud of his boys, Kings coach Luke Walton felt the opposite emotion after watching his team slip away from a game they were in complete control of, Walton called the loss “painful” for one Kings team trying to stay alive in Western Conference playoff picture

“At the end of a game we have to step up and take teams out and we didn’t,” said Walton. “Give Charlotte credit. They hit 3s and made every free throw down the track which is a painful loss for our guys we have it doesn’t finish ”

The loss was obviously hard to swallow for Sacramento, but the good news for the Kings is that they don’t have to wait too long for a rematch as the two teams arrive on Nov. March in Charlotte will compete against each other again

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World News – USA – Malik Monks and a bucket help Hornets score an unlikely last-minute comeback win against Kings