A statistical look at the Kings’ loss on Sunday to the Trail Blazers:
1: The number of assists Portland’s CJ McCollum fell shy of a triple-double. McCollum scored a team-leading 35 points (on 14-of-28 shooting) and grabbed 11 rebounds.
2: The number of shots the Kings’ Rudy Gay made in 12 attempts. Gay finished with seven points, two coming on this dunk:
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3: The number of shots the Kings made in 22 attempts during the fourth quarter.
4: The number of three-pointers made by Portland’s Meyers Leonard in seven attempts from beyond the arc.
5: The number of double-doubles this season by the Kings’ Omri Casspi after Sunday’s 14-point, 10-rebound performance. Casspi has recorded double-doubles in three of his last four games.
6: The season-low number of rebounds by Kings All-Star power forward DeMarcus Cousins. His previous rebounding low was seven in a 114-97 loss to Boston on Dec. 3.
8: The number of games in which Kings point guard Rajon Rondo has had at least 15 assists.
8a: The number of turnovers committed by Rondo in Sunday’s loss.
14: The number of rebounds by Gay, which is a season high.
19: The number of fast break points by the Blazers compared to nine for the Kings.
20: The number of points given up by the Kings on 13 turnovers in the first half.
22: The number of turnovers committed by the Kings overall.
36: The game-high number of points scored by Cousins on 12-of-26 shooting, including 2 of 7 from three-point range.
52.8: Shooting percentage (19 of 36) by the Kings in the first half – they finished the game at 39.5% (30 for 76).
1,155: The total number of wins the Kings’ next victory will give head coach George Karl, which would tie him with Phil Jackson for fifth place on the NBA’s career list.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg