A statistical look at the Kings’ 124-119 preseason win over the Washington Wizards on Saturday at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky.:
1: Missed free throw by the Wizards in 18 attempts. John Wall had the miss.
4: Former Kentucky players who returned to their collegiate floor: Wall and the Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins, Willie Cauley-Stein and Skal Labissiere.
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5: Game-high rebound total for four players, one Wizard and three Kings.
10: Assists for the Wizards’ Trey Burke, a game high.
12: Largest lead of the game, held by the Kings.
16: Ties in the game.
18: Lead changes.
21: Steals by the Wizards.
22: Game-high points by Cousins and Kings guard Darren Collison.
27: Turnovers for the Kings, who won despite the high number of mistakes. Cousins committed seven; no other King had more than three.
27: Lowest-scoring quarter (Wizards in the second, Kings in the fourth).
31: Free throws made in 38 attempts by the Kings. Collison led the way, going 6 for 6.
60: Field-goal percentage for the Kings (42 of 70). The Wizards made five more baskets but it took them 27 more shots.
124: Points for the Kings, the third-highest total in the NBA on Saturday. Memphis beat Houston 134-125, but that game went to double overtime.
Compiled by Noel Harris