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Crunching numbers in the Kings’ road loss to the Houston Rockets

The Houston Rockets’ Ryan Anderson (Oak Ridge High School) drives toward the basket as the Kings’ Anthony Tolliver defends during the second half of Wednesday’s game in Houston. The Rockets won 132-98.
The Houston Rockets’ Ryan Anderson (Oak Ridge High School) drives toward the basket as the Kings’ Anthony Tolliver defends during the second half of Wednesday’s game in Houston. The Rockets won 132-98. The Associated Press

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.

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