Sacramento Kings

Crunching numbers in the Kings’ win over the Cleveland Cavaliers

Sacramento Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins, left, and center Kosta Koufos, right, put pressure on Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson during an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, in Cleveland.
Sacramento Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins, left, and center Kosta Koufos, right, put pressure on Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson during an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, in Cleveland. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 116-112 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday at Quicken Loans Arena:

2: Consecutive games with a triple-double for Cavaliers forward LeBron James (24 points, 13 rebounds, 11 assists). Both games were losses.

4: Triple-doubles for James in his career against the Kings.

10: Largest lead in the game. Each team held a 10-point advantage at some point.

10: Consecutive games with a double-double for Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins (28 points, 11 rebounds on Wednesday).

12: Days between meetings for the teams. The Cavaliers won 120-108 at Golden 1 Center on Jan. 13.

12: Points scored by Kings rookie guard Malachi Richardson, a career high.

13: Steals for the Kings, compared to nine for the Cavaliers.

17: Free throws missed by the Cavaliers in 34 attempts (50 percent).

16: Lead changes.

18: Turnovers committed by the Cavaliers. The Kings only had 11.

29: Total assists for each team. James led all players with 11.

45: Minutes played by James, who led all players.

47: Total rebounds for each team. Cavaliers forward Kevin Love led all players with 16.

42: Points in the paint for the Kings, compared to 38 for the Cavaliers.

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