Saturday, February 4 2023

Now that he is with the Kings, Kevin Huerter is happy to be with a group of guys that are “hungry to win” as well as some other veterans with past playoff success. Furthermore, Huerter stressed the importance of culture when trying to obtain success in the NBA. “It’s everything. It starts with the front office, with the coaching staff, and it continues and just buys in with the players,” Huerter said.
Source: Jarrod Castillo @ NBC Sports

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