A statistical look at the Kings’ 111-109 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Friday night.
▪ 2: Consecutive victories for the Kings, giving the team its first winning streak of the season.
▪ 3: Rajon Rondo had his third triple double in four games. He had 23 points, 10 rebounds and a game-high 14 assists.
▪ 4: Game-high blocks for Brooklyn center Brook Lopez.
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▪ 9: Field goals for Kings center DeMarcus Cousins in the second half. He made just one in the first half.
▪ 11: Kings who played Friday, excluding regular starting forward Rudy Gay, who missed the game with a stomach illness. Caron Butler started in his place.
▪ 15: Largest lead of the game; Brooklyn led 54-39 and 56-41 in the second quarter.
▪ 21: Points for Cousins in the third quarter.
▪ 40: Season-high point total for Cousins.
▪ 44: Minutes played by Rondo, a game-high.
▪ 76.9: The Kings’ free-throw percentage (20 for 26), which is the team’s second-highest mark this season. They shot 80 percent (20 for 25) in a loss to Memphis on Nov. 3.
Compiled by Noel Harris