A statistical look at the Kings’ 114-110 win against the 76ers on Wednesday:
1: Three-pointers made by the Kings in seven attempts (14.3%) during the first half. In contrast, the 76ers made 7 of their 17 (41.2%) first-half attempts from beyond the arc. The Kings finished 4 of 16 from three-point range.
2: Wins by the Kings in their last 10 games.
4: Consecutive games in which Kings point guard Rajon Rondo has had 15 or more assists. Rondo just missed a triple-double with 14 points, 15 assists and eight rebounds. He also had three steals.
4: Consecutive games the Kings had lost entering the contest.
4: Shots blocked by the 76ers’ Jerami Grant.
5: DeMarcus Cousins’ ranking in steals in Sacramento history.
6: Consecutive road games the Kings had lost coming in.
7: Three-pointers made by Philadelphia’s Robert Covington, a career high.
15: Points the 76ers led by at halftime (63-48).
16: Points scored by former King Nik Stauskas, who was 6 of 10 from the field, including 4 of 5 on three-pointers.
18: First-half assists by the Philadelphia, a season high.
25: Points off the bench by Kings guard Darren Collison on 9-of-12 shooting. All but four came in the second half.
26: Points scored by Philadelphia’s Jahlil Okafor on 11-of-18 shooting. Okafor also had 10 rebounds and five assists.
28: Team-high points scored by Cousins on 8-of-18 shooting. Cousins had 12 rebounds for his 31th double-double in 44 games, fourth best in the NBA.
29: Career-high points scored by Covington, who went 9 for 16 from the field.
45: Losses for Philadelphia in 53 games this season.
50.6%: The Kings’ shooting percentage (44 of 87) for the game.
109.1: Average point total for Kings’ opponents, worst in the NBA.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg