A statistical look at the Kings’ win Monday over the Thunder:
1: Wins by the Kings in Oklahoma City. They had lost all 14 previous games there.
4: Blocked shots by the Kings’ Kosta Koufos, his season high. He had four blocked shots in his previous eight games.
11: Advantage by the Kings in fast break points (17) over the Thunder (6).
13: Kings’ biggest lead.
17: Thunder’s biggest lead.
19: Assists by the Kings’ Rajon Rondo. He had six in the fourth quarter. The only other King who finished with more than one assist was Darren Collison (four).
19: Game-high rebounds by the Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins.
26: Scoring advantage the Kings’ bench (51) held over the Thunder’s (25). The Kings’ Marco Belinelli finished with 21 points on 6-of-13 shooting.
26: Shooting percentage by the Thunder’s Russell Westbrook, who was named the Western Conference Player of the Month earlier Monday.
33: Game-high points by the Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins, whose lighthearted exchange with a Thunder fan was caught on video.
37: Kings’ points in the second quarter on 56.5 percent shooting. Marco Belinelli scored 12 points in just under 10 minutes.
43: Game-high minutes played by the Kings’ Rajon Rondo.
1,1156: Career wins by Kings coach George Karl, who is now alone in fifth place all-time.
Compiled by Jeff Caraska