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Crunching numbers in the Kings’ OT loss to the Washington Wizards

Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins (15) takes a shot against Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat, of Poland, (13) during an NBA basketball game, Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, in Washington. The Wizards won 101-95 in overtime.
Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins (15) takes a shot against Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat, of Poland, (13) during an NBA basketball game, Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, in Washington. The Wizards won 101-95 in overtime. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 101-95 overtime loss to the Washington Wizards on Monday at Verizon Center:

3: Overtime losses by the Kings this season in as many games.

4: Team-high assists by the Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins. John Wall led the Wizards with 11.

5: Players with at least six rebounds for the Wizards.

5: Missed free throws by the Wizards in 26 attempts. The Kings were 16 of 26.

7: Advantage by the Wizards (17) over the Kings (10) in second-chance points.

7: Three-point baskets by the Wizards’ Bradley Beal, who had a team-high 31 points.

10: Advantage by the Kings’ bench in scoring (28) over the Wizards (18).

11: Points by the Kings’ Cousins in the third quarter on 5-of-13 shooting.

12: Points by the Kings’ Cousins in the fourth quarter on 6-of-9 shooting.

18: Advantage by the Kings (48) in points in the paint over the Wizards (30).

20: Game-high rebounds by the Kings’ Cousins, who had eight in the third quarter.

40.0: Three-point shooting percentage by the Wizards (10 of 25). The Kings shot 14.3 percent (3 of 21).

36: Game-high points by the Kings’ Cousins, his fourth consecutive game with at least 32 points. It is the longest streak by a Kings player with at least 30 points since Chris Webber in Jan. 2001.

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Sacramento Kings' big man, DeMarcus Cousins was not happy with his, or his teams performance against the Washington Wizards on Monday, Nov. 28, 2016. In his postgame interview, Cousins referred to the game as "nasty," due to his horrible free thro

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