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Sources: Sacramento Kings coach Luke Walton to return for third season

Por: ABC News Sports May 18, 2021

The will bring head coach Luke Walton back for a third season, sources confirmed to ESPN.The Kings extended their record-tying 15-year playoff drought after a second consecutive 31-41 season under Walton, who has two years left on his deal.Sacramento is in the midst of a multiyear rebuilding process around  , first-round pick  and , and assured Walton throughout the season it would be patient with the team's growing pains.In the two years... + full article



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