A statistical look at the Kings’ 128-119 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Friday in New York:
1: Triple doubles this season for Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins, who had 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
1: Missed free throws for the Kings. They were 21 for 22 and made their last 13 attempts.
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4: Three-pointers made by Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins, which ties a career high.
4: Minutes for Kings forward Rudy Gay before leaving the game with an injured ankle. Here’s his only basket of the game.
5: Consecutive field goals for Rajon Rondo to start the game. He was 2 for 10 after that.
7: Threes made by the Nets’ Bojan Bogdanovic, a career high for the reserve guard.
7: Number of players in the game (three Kings, four Nets) to record a blocked shot. No player had more than one.
10: Joe Johnson’s place on the NBA’s all-time three-pointers list. The Brooklyn forward made five in the game and has 1,791 for his career, four more than Rashard Lewis.
14: Rebounds for Nets forward Thaddeus Young, which led all players.
15: Assists for Kings guard Rajon Rondo, a game high.
15: Steals for the Kings, which tripled the Nets’ total.
64.3: Three-point percentage for the Nets, who made 18 of 28. The Kings were 8 of 26 (30.8 percent).
128: Points for the Nets, who came into the game averaging 95.6, which is second to last in the NBA.