A statistical look at the Kings’ 110-105 loss to the visiting San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday:
2: Dunks in the game. Kings center DeMarcus Cousins had one, Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard had the other.
2: Victories for the Spurs in two trips to Golden 1 Center.
3: Consecutive losses for the Kings. The last win came on Nov. 8 at home against New Orleans.
3: Spurs players who scored 20 or more points. The only King to reach 20-plus points was Cousins, who led all scorers with 26.
4: Steals and 3-pointers made by Leonard, both game highs. He had five steals when the Spurs beat the Kings on Oct. 27.
6: Victories in six road games for the Spurs this season.
7: Assists for Spurs guard Tony Parker, a game high.
10: Rebounds for Cousins in the fourth quarter. He was the only player in the game with double-digit rebounds.
13: Longest run of the game, achieved by the Kings in the fourth quarter. Sacramento, which trailed by 18, got the Spurs’ lead down to five in a 2:33 span.
14: Second-chance points scored by each team.
17: Total rebounds for Cousins.
18: Largest lead of the game, held by the Spurs. The Kings’ biggest lead was three.
31: Free-throw attempts by the Kings, with 24 made (77.4 percent). The Spurs were 13 of 17 (76.5 percent).
34: Fourth-quarter points scored by the Kings, but not enough to erase a 13-point deficit after three.