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Number crunch: Wizards make Kings disappear in fourth quarter

Washington Wizards guard John Wall (2) fights for the ball as he drives through Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo (9), guard Darren Collison (7) and forward Rudy Gay during an NBA basketball game Monday, Dec. 21, 2015, in Washington.
Washington Wizards guard John Wall (2) fights for the ball as he drives through Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo (9), guard Darren Collison (7) and forward Rudy Gay during an NBA basketball game Monday, Dec. 21, 2015, in Washington. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 113-99 loss to the Wizards on Monday in Washington:

1: Edge in blocked shots by Marcin Gortat (4) of the Wizards over the Kings (3) as a team.

3: Road wins by the Kings in 13 games. They had five wins in their first 13 road games last season.

7: Fewer assists by the Kings (24) than the Wizards (31).

10: Fourth-quarter points by Garrett Temple of the Wizards.

11: Edge in bench points by the Kings (41) over the Wizards (30).

13.0: Average points by Rajon Rondo of the Kings his past five games.

13.8: Average points by Darren Collison of the Kings his past five games.

16: Game-high rebounds by Marcin Gortat of the Wizards.

19: Game-high assists by John Wall of the Wizards.

20: Difference in points for the Kings in the first quarter (35) and the fourth quarter (15).

35.3: Kings’ shooting percentage in the fourth quarter.

40.7: Kings’ field-goal percentage.

50.6: Wizards’ field-goal percentage.

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▪ Game recap

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Compiled by Jeff Caraska

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