A statistical look at the Kings’ 114-97 loss to the Boston Celtics on Thursday at Mexico City Arena
0: Kings who scored at least 20 points. Rudy Gay came closest with 18 on 7-for-13 shooting.
4: Celtics who scored at least 20 points, led by guard Isaiah Thomas and reserve center Kelly Olynyk with 21 each.
5: Points by Kings guard Rajon Rondo, one shy of his season low.
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8: Points by Kings guard Seth Curry, one shy of his season high.
10: Rebounds by Kings forward Kosta Koufos, a game-high and the fourth time he has reached double-digit boards this season.
19: Points in the first-half by Thomas, who played for the Kings from 2011-14. He’s a little bummed the game wasn’t in Sacramento, however.
19: Three-pointers made this season by Kings forward-center DeMarcus Cousins, who went 2 for 5 from deep Thursday. Cousins made 11 in his first five seasons.
21: Minutes played by Curry, a season high.
24: Minutes played by Rondo, 11 short of his average. He was ejected with 6:30 remaining in the third quarter by official Bill Kennedy.
32: Fouls called on the Celtics, compared to 20 for the Kings.
32: Free throws made by the Kings, a season high, on 41 attempts for 78 percent shooting.
36: Points by the Kings in the first half.
18,660: Attendance on Thursday at Mexico City Arena, which has a capacity of 22,300.
Compiled by Jon Schultz