A statistical look at the Kings’ 132-98 loss to the host Houston Rockets on Wednesday at the Toyota Center:
3: Consecutive games by the Rockets with at least 15 3-pointers, matching a franchise record.
5: Triple-doubles this season by the Rockets’ James Harden, who finished with 15 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds in just three quarters.
5: Made 3-pointers in seven attempts by the Rockets’ Trevor Ariza, who finished with 17 points.
5: Turnovers by Harden.
6: Consecutive losses by the Kings in Houston.
6: Double-digit scorers for Houston.
6: Times this season every Rockets starter has scored 10 or more points.
7: Shots taken by Harden.
8: Consecutive wins by the Rockets, the longest current winning streak in the NBA and Houston’s longest since 2014.
9: Assists by the Kings’ Darren Collison.
9-16: The Kings’ record.
10: Rebounds by Sacramento’s Anthony Tolliver, who added 12 points.
14: Career triple-doubles by Harden.
19: Career-high points off the bench by Houston’s Sam Dekker, who was 8 for 10 from the field.
19-7: Houston’s record.
20: Points by the Kings’ Garrett Temple.
22: Points by Oak Ridge High graduate Ryan Anderson for Houston. Anderson was 8 of 12 from the field, including 4 of 7 on 3-pointers.
22: Made 3-pointers in 22 attempts (52.4%) by the Rockets, one off the NBA single-game record.
28: Fast break points by the Rockets.
39: Houston’s biggest lead of the night.
40: Assists by Houston; Sacramento had 27.
53: Assists by the Rockets in their last four games.
64: Halftime points by Houston, which has scored at least 60 points in the first half in seven of its last 11 games.