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Number crunch: Gay leads the way as Kings earn second road victory

Kings forward Omri Casspi, left, is fouled by Milwaukee Bucks forward Chris Copeland in the first half Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015, in Milwaukee. Casspi scored 19 points off the bench.
Kings forward Omri Casspi, left, is fouled by Milwaukee Bucks forward Chris Copeland in the first half Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015, in Milwaukee. Casspi scored 19 points off the bench. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 129-118 road win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday.

▪ 1: Win this season for the Kings without All-Star big man DeMarcus Cousins, who missed the game with a lower back strain. They were 0-5 without Cousins.

▪ 1: Rebound short of a fifth triple double this season for Kings guard Rajon Rondo. He finished with 10 points, a game-high 13 assists and nine rebounds.

▪ 2: Road victories this season for the Kings. The other was at Orlando on Nov. 21.

▪ 6: Players who scored at least 10 points, including three off the bench.

▪ 8: Turnover in the game for the Kings.

▪ 36: Points for Rudy Gay, a game high.

▪ 40: Points in the first quarter for the Kings, which tied a season high. They also scored 40 in the first quarter of a win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Oct. 30.

▪ 57.1: Shooting percentage for the Kings, which is a season high.

▪ 129: Points scored, which is the Kings’ second-highest total this season. They scored 132 points against the Lakers on Oct. 30.

View the full box score here

Compiled by Noel Harris

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