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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Can the Kings make a run at the play-in? Matt Barnes has a one-word answer | The Jump” – below is their description.
Rachel Nichols, Matt Barnes and Robert Horry head to Crunch Time to discuss the Sacramento Kings ending their nine-game losing streak with a win vs. the Dallas Mavericks and the Utah Jazz facing a rematch with the Los Angeles Lakers.
0:00 Matt Barnes gives his answer on whether he thinks the Kings can make a run.
0:43 Barnes and Robert Horry discuss what is missing from the Kings.
1:55 The crew previews Los Angeles Lakers vs. Utah Jazz.
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