The Sactown Royalty Show Ep. 10: Matt Moore

Matt Moore of Hardwood Paroxysm fame and CBS' Eye On Basketball blog joins us to discuss his views on the Kings, the NBA offseason, and anything else that comes up.

We're back for another episode of The Sactown Royalty Show! This week my guest is Matt Moore of CBS Sports' Eye on Basketball blog, and founder and editor emeritus of Hardwood Paroxysm.

Matt and I covered a variety of topics.  Matt weighed in on Jason Thompson versus Patrick Patterson, as well as the fit of Isaiah Thomas or Greivis Vasquez as the starting point guard.  We talked about how the Kings will measure success this year, and how a team can change its culture.  And then, of course, we talked about DeMarcus Cousins, and what Matt thinks he needs to truly succeed in this league.

A huge thank you to Matt for joining me.  It was a fun show, give it a listen.


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