A statistical look at the Kings’ 112-82 loss to the Utah Jazz on Wednesday at Golden 1 Center:
0: Times the Kings led.
0: Points scored by Jazz starting guard Dante Exum. In 23 minutes, Exum went 0 for 6, including five missed 3-point attempts.
1: Shots blocked by the Kings.
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2: Three-pointers scored by the Kings, out of 15 tries. Sacramento shot 13.3 percent from outside the arc.
3: Kings players who sat out Wednesday’s game: Guards Arron Afflalo and Garrett Temple, and center Kosta Koufos.
5: Three-pointers made by Jazz guard Rodney Hood in five attempts.
6: Jazz players who scored 11 or more points.
7: Steals by the Kings. Tyreke Evans led the team with two.
12: Free throws by the Kings, out of 18.
13: Turnovers by the Kings.
16: Points scored by the Kings’ starting five in the first half.
17: Points scored by Kings guard Ben McLemore in the first half. McLemore came off the bench.
22: Points scored by McLemore, who led the Kings. It ties a season high.
24: Deficit the Kings cut to 62-60 in the third quarter before being outscored 16-7 by the Jazz to close the quarter.
78.9: The Jazz’s free-throw percentage, which means fans can get a free Jumbo Jack at Jack in the Box.