Sacramento Kings

Crunching numbers in the Kings’ road victory over the Brooklyn Nets

Sacramento Kings guard Darren Collison, second left, drives to the basket in between Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez, right, Nets guard Isaiah Whitehead, left, and Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, second right, during an NBA basketball game in New York on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016.
Sacramento Kings guard Darren Collison, second left, drives to the basket in between Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez, right, Nets guard Isaiah Whitehead, left, and Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, second right, during an NBA basketball game in New York on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 122-105 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday at Barclays Center:

4: Players from each team to score in double figures.

4: 30-point quarters in the game. The Kings scored at least 30 in every quarter except the second. The Nets scored 35 points in the first.

7: Consecutive losses for the Nets.

7: Consecutive losses by the Kings to the Nets before Sunday’s victory.

7: Lead changes in the game.

11: Steals in the game for the Kings. Center DeMarcus Cousins led all players with four.

11: Rebounds by Cousins, a game high.

13: 3-pointers made by the Kings. Cousins led all players with four.

16: Longest run of the game, which was achieved by the Kings.

37: Points scored by Cousins, a game high.

50: Points in the paint scored by the Kings, compared to the Nets’ 36.

92.9: Free-throw percentage for the Nets, who made 13 of 14. Forward Bojan Bogdanovic had the miss.

8,846: Points scored by Cousins in his career, which puts him third in the Kings’ Sacramento era. He passed Chris Webber, who had 8,843 points.

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