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Number crunch: Kings can’t hold on, remain winless in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, left, and forward Serge Ibaka (9) reach for the ball held by Kings forward Rudy Gay in the first quarter Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015, in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, left, and forward Serge Ibaka (9) reach for the ball held by Kings forward Rudy Gay in the first quarter Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015, in Oklahoma City. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 98-95 loss to the host Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday.

0: Wins for the Kings at Chesapeake Energy Arena in 14 games.

3: Triple doubles for Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook this season after a 19-point, 11-rebound, 10-assist effort Sunday. His total ties him with Golden State’s Draymond Green and trails only the Kings’ Rajon Rondo, who has four.

3: Blocked shots for Kings center Kosta Koufos and Thunder forward Serge Ibaka, which tied for the game high.

5: Field goals for DeMarcus Cousins, who shot just 25 percent from the field and scored 13 points.

6: Kings players who scored at least 10 points, including Rudy Gay, Darren Collison, Marco Belinelli, Cousins, Omri Casspi and Koufos.

7: The Kings’ largest lead, which was 93-86 in the fourth quarter. However, the Thunder closed the game with a 12-2 run to win it.

10: Assists for Rondo, including this one here.

10: Turnovers for Thunder forward Kevin Durant.

20: Points for Gay and Durant, which ties for the game high.

23: Wins for the Thunder over the Kings since the franchise moved to Oklahoma City. The Kings are 4-23 in the series.

Click here to view the full box score.

Sacramento Kings coach George Karl speaks to the media after a 98-95 loss in Oklahoma City. Karl addresses the Kings late-game execution and struggles of center DeMarcus Cousins. Video by Jason Jones, jejones@sacbee.com

The Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones' three takeaways from the Kings loss in Oklahoma City. Read the game story here:

Compiled by Noel Harris

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