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Sacramento Kings Honor Paradise Basketball Teams

The Sacramento Kings honored the teams from Paradise High School Wednesday night.

Posted: Dec 13, 2018 4:04 PM

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The Sacramento Kings honored the teams from Paradise High School Wednesday night.

After going through the destructive Camp Fire, this was a welcome break for the girls and boys basketball teams.

They got to throw t-shirts up into the stands and the Kings also made them their own special shirts that say "Butte Strong."

The team has had to play all of their games on the road, but they say it's not about the wins and losses. 

"It's for all of us and I don't think we're all going to be playing for the same reason as before, we're playing differently and representing our town which is really cool," said Carolanne Christie, a Paradise High School basketball player. "Every team we meet has given us dinner and bags which is really cool." 

The team will eventually be playing and practicing at Butte College. 

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