A statistical look at the Kings’ 117-116 double-overtime loss to the Mavericks on Tuesday night:
1: The Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins is the first player with at least 35 points, 15 rebounds and 10 turnovers in a game since the Spurs’ Tim Duncan on March 4, 1998, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
3: Number of 20-point, 10-rebound, five-steal games for Cousins in his career.
3: Consecutive 30-point games by Cousins.
4: Three-pointers made by the Kings’ Marco Belinelli in 13 attempts.
5: Buzzer-beater victories by the Mavericks since 2013, most in the NBA, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
6: Steals by Cousins.
8: Unanswered points by Dallas over the final 1:20 in the second overtime.
12: Assists by the Kings’ Darren Collison, who started at point guard in place of the injured Rajon Rondo. Collison also scored 14 points.
15: Second-chance points scored by the Mavericks in the first half.
17: Rebounds by Dallas center Zaza Pachulia.
17: Rebounds by Cousins, with 14 coming on the defensive end.
23: Points scored by Dallas star Dirk Nowitzki, whose career scoring total now stands at 28,708.
25: Points scored by Dallas point guard Deron Williams, none bigger than his game-winning three-pointer in the second overtime.
31: Points scored by the Kings’ Rudy Gay.
4,019: Career rebounds for Cousins, the most in Kings history.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg