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    Despite the Kings starters building up a 52-39 lead at halftime, the Los Angeles Lakers became the aggressors in the second half when the Kings starters were on the bench. The Kings started the fourth quarter with three rookies on the floor, and the Lakers were able to capitalize by stringing together a 14-0 run to take a 78-69 lead the Lakers would only build on, beating the Kings 103-84 in Anaheim, Calif.

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