The Sacramento Kings had a horrible shooting night against the San Antonio Spurs, but somehow found themselves within three in the final minute. But an inability to rebound late and a critical blown coverage on Tony Parker ended any hopes of a massive upset as the Spurs improved their league-best record with a 108-102 win.

The Kings trailed 103-98 with two minutes, and actually forced two misses ... but couldn't get either rebound. That allowed the Spurs to drain time off the clock. Jimmer Fredette gaffled the ball from Tony Parker with a minute left and fed Marcus Thornton for a lay-up to close the gap to 103-100. But the Kings needed more stops. They got Kawhi Leonard to miss a three ... but couldn't pick up the rebound. On the second opportunity, the Kings blew a switch and Parker got free for a lay-up. The gap was then five with 19 seconds left, and that's all she wrote.