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    Small is a freelance journalist that currently writes about the NBA’s Sacramento Kings for Sacramento and

    He's held internships at various news outlets in Sacramento and wrote for the Kings’ Tyreke Evans for Rookie of the Year (RekeROY) campaign through Sacramento Press.

    He graduated from Sacramento City College with an Associate of Arts Journalism Publication Specialist degree.

    He earned a JACC Sports Game Story Honorable Mention writing for the school's student-run online publication at also wrote for it's print publication The Express.

    Small plans to transfer to Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA in the fall.

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Mavs hold off Kings 102-100

Posted by rc360 on February 11, 2011

The Sacramento Kings hosted the streaking Dallas Mavericks, who were riding a 10-game winning streak going into Wednesday night’s game.

The Kings fought valiantly to erase an 11-point deficit, but Jason Terry and José Barea helped spark the Mavs to an 11th straight victory, beating the Kings 102-100.

Terry stepped up off the bench in the wake of Dirk Nowitzki’s poor shooting night by scoring a game-high 20 points. Barea, who averages nine points per game from the bench, scored 15 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to help hold off the Kings.

“He’s one of the quickest players in the league,” Kings coach Paul Westphal said of Barea. “He can shoot. They set a lot of screens for him. He can get going like that sometimes.”

Both teams had great production from their bench. The Kings’ bench produced 42 points while Dallas’ bench had 58 points. Terry and Barea tied the point production from the Kings’ bench.

Read full story at Sacramento Press


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