A statistical look at the Kings’ 120-101 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Saturday.
5: Fewer turnovers by the Kings (14) than the Warriors (19).
8: Second-quarter points by the Kings’ Rudy Gay. No other King scored more than three points in the period. Read about Gay’s struggle to find his comfort zone.
9: Points, all on three-pointers – and minutes played – by the Kings’ Seth Curry.
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12: Game-high assists by the Warriors’ Draymond Green (13 points 11 rebounds), who became the first Warriors player with a back-to-back triple double since Wilt Chamberlain in 1964.
14: Edge in points by the Warriors’ bench (53) over the Kings (39).
14: Points by Kings’ center Kosta Koufos. Coach George Karl says it’s for the best that DeMarcus Cousins doesn’t try to play with a strained back.
17: First-quarter points by the Warriors’ Stephen Curry, who finished with 19.
20: Team-high points by Gay, who scored just two points in Friday’s loss to Minnesota. See what’s ahead for the Kings this week.
22: Assists by the Kings.
25: Minutes played by the Kings’ Rajon Rondo, his fewest since the sixth game of the season.
31: The Warriors’ largest lead.
32: Assists by the Warriors.
36: Third-quarter points by the Warriors to open a 92-71 lead.
48: Rebounds by both teams.
53.3: Warriors’ shooting percentage from three-point range. Check out a photo gallery from Saturday’s game.