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Kings’ season-worst skid magically disappears with win over Orlando

Anthony Tolliver dedicates three-pointers to his late mother

After the Sacramento Kings' 120-115 victory against the Orlando Magic on March 13, 2017, Anthony Tolliver talks about paying tribute to his mother after making a three pointer. Tolliver made five shots from beyond the arc during the game.
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After the Sacramento Kings' 120-115 victory against the Orlando Magic on March 13, 2017, Anthony Tolliver talks about paying tribute to his mother after making a three pointer. Tolliver made five shots from beyond the arc during the game.

A statistical look at the Kings’ 120-115 victory over the Orlando Magic on Monday at Golden 1 Center:

2: Victories for the Kings in 10 games since the All-Star break.

3: Kings veterans who were rested for the game – guard Arron Afflalo, center Kosta Koufos and guard Ty Lawson.

5:50 : Time left in the third quarter when the Kings took a lead they would not relinquish.

7: Kings players who scored at least 11 points. Guard Darren Collison and forward Anthony Tolliver each had 19 to lead the team.

8: Season-high losing streak snapped by the Kings on Monday.

10: Largest lead of the game, held by the Kings.

12: Amount of lead changes and ties in the game.

13: Assists for Collison, a season high.

13/13/10: Points, assists and rebounds, respectively, in Magic guard Elfrid Payton’s fifth career triple-double and third in his last five games.

15: Games left in the regular season for the Kings. They’re not expected to make the playoffs.

16: Free throws and 3-pointers made by the Kings. Sacramento was 16 for 21 (76.2 percent) at the line and 16 for 30 (53.3 percent) outside the arc.

56: Points in the paint for the Magic, who had 20 more than the Kings.

100: Free-throw percentage for the Magic, who were 12 for 12.

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After the Sacramento Kings ended their eight game losing streak on Monday, March 13, 2017, coach Dave Joerger said he liked what he saw in his team's victory over the Orlando Magic.

Sacramento Kings head coach Dave Joerger talks to members of the media prior to tip-off against the Orlando Magic on Monday, March 13, 2017 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif. Joerger briefly talks about the athleticism of the Orlando players

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