Kings dethroned but no regrets for coach Abdelfattah

By Jasper Bruce
Updated February 29 2024 - 3:50am, first published 3:35am
Kings coach Mahmoud Abdelfattah shakes hands with Jaylen Adams after the NBL champs were dethroned. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)
Kings coach Mahmoud Abdelfattah shakes hands with Jaylen Adams after the NBL champs were dethroned. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)

Mahmoud Abdelfattah says he would not have changed anything about his first season coaching in the NBL despite his Sydney Kings crashing out of the finals with a loss to the New Zealand Breakers.

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