I was actually pretty happy with how the Kings played last night. If Holt and Goulding are going to knock down contested threes, there's not a whole lot you can do.
There was a bit of the Kings trademark frantic over-helping, but at the same time when you have Kickert-Goulding-Holt-Blanchfield outside the arc it's tough. Especially when Kickert can get his defender in the air on a pump fake, drives inside, and hits the open man.
Harrington looked much better. His touch isn't there yet, but he was being aggressive and drew some nice fouls. Not sure why we didn't look to post up Blanchfield when he was guarding him in the 2nd Q though.
Speaking of Blanchfield, I wonder if he regrets the decision to come to Melbourne. Winning is great, but his role has really been reduced to spot up shooter. Not sure it was the best move as far as his development goes.