Webb inspired by watching hometown Kings finally succeed


Logan Webb is having fun watching his hometown NBA team succeed, something he and fellow Sacramento Kings fans have not experienced in quite some time. 

Sixteen seasons to be exact. 

Webb joined NBC Sports Bay Area's Alex Pavlovic and Laura Britt on the latest episode of "Giants Talk," where he was asked how sweet the Kings' success this season has been. 

"It's really cool. It's so fun to go to those games too," Webb told Pavlovic and Britt. "I think Sacramento deserves [it], it's been what, 16 years? There's a different type of energy. You watch them, they just look like they're having so much fun. They have the chain after the games and they're doing all these fun things. It's exciting for me, because I get to see that and I'm like 'Let's bring those good vibes,' they're having fun sort of thing into our clubhouse. I think we just have fun and when you have a lot of talent, anything is possible."

One aspect of the Kings' success that Webb wants to replicate with the Giants is the popular victory beam that lights up the Sacramento sky from Golden 1 Center after every victory. 

"I'll talk to Larry [Baer] about getting the beam outside Oracle," Webb joked. 

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The Kings currently are the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference heading into Friday's game against the Phoenix Suns and are on the brink of clinching a spot in the playoffs for the first time since the 2005-06 season. 

For Webb and other Kings fans, it's hard not to be inspired by what The Beam Team has done this season. 

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