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The Sacramento Kings Close Out their Season with a Boyz II Men Sing-Along

The Sacramento Kings have not had a successful season, but they are certainly a fun team to watch with young talent like Isaiah Thomas and Boogie Cousins. In keeping with their likable-but-not-very-good persona, they gave their 28-54 season a proper sendoff by singing Boyz II Men's classic parting ballad "End of the Road" before their final game.

The results are a bit cacophonous, but you can tell their hearts are in it, which is what really matters. You would think it would have sounded better with a professional singer like Cousins in the mix though.

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