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November 2, 2007
Horrible half

We've got the wrong kind of record-breaker in San Antonio, where this horrible, awful, atrocious half that has the Kings trailing 50-23 has broken the franchise record for least points scored.
The old mark was fifty years old, when the Rochester Royals scored 25 points in a half against Boston on Feb. 26, 1957. They lost that game 92-77, a respectable finish this squad can only hope for. The single-game record for least points scored is 59, for those searching for a reason to watch. Also, the franchise low shooting percentage is 25 percent, and they're currently at 19.4. Also, they set a franchise low for field goals made in a half (seven), beating the old record of nine.
In all, the mood couldn't be worse on the Kings bench, where the coaches are searching for answers and the tension and frustration is palpable in every way. Stay tuned. Or not.
BLOG UPDATE: The game record for fewest points scored is safe, as Quincy Douby's reverse layup with 9:07 left in the fourth keeps it alive and cuts the Spurs' lead to 75-60.
- Sam Amick

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