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Crunching numbers in the Kings’ loss to the Golden State Warriors

Sacramento Kings center Willie Cauley-Stein, center, loses the ball between the Golden State Warriors’ James Michael McAdoo, left, and Andre Iguodala during the second half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, in Oakland, Calif.
Sacramento Kings center Willie Cauley-Stein, center, loses the ball between the Golden State Warriors’ James Michael McAdoo, left, and Andre Iguodala during the second half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, in Oakland, Calif. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 109-86 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday at Oracle Arena:

1: Kings starter to play in the fourth quarter. By then, the Warriors led 89-65. Shooting guard Ben McLemore played all 12 minutes.

2: Technical fouls called on Warriors forward Draymond Green late in the second quarter.

4: Consecutive victories for the Kings before Wednesday’s loss. The mark was tied for the team’s season high.

8: Days until the Kings’ next game. They’ll host the Denver Nuggets on Feb. 23.

13: Consecutive victories for the Warriors over the Kings before losing Feb. 4 at Golden 1 Center. They didn’t allow the Kings to start a streak against them.

14: Rebounds for Kings forward Matt Barnes, a game high.

15: Points scored by Barnes, which led Sacramento.

18: Turnovers committed by the Kings. The Warriors had just eight.

18.5: Point spread for Wednesday’s game. The Warriors were favored.

22: Consecutive points scored by the Warriors in the third quarter.

32: Assists for the Warriors. Guard Stephen Curry had a game-high 11 of them.

35: Points scored by Thompson, a game high.

40: Fast-break points for the Warriors, compared to just nine for the Kings.

42: Points the Warriors scored in the third quarter, compared to just 15 for the Kings, who led by three at halftime.

44: Points in the paint for the Kings. The Warriors had two fewer.

132: Consecutive games without back-to-back defeats for the Warriors, extending their NBA record.

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The Sacramento Kings added two more players to their list of injured during Wednesday’s 109-86 loss to the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena after Arron Afflalo and Malachi Richardson both left the game with injuries.

The Kings lost 109-86 to the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena as the NBA heads into the All-Star break

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