Sacramento Kings

Number crunch: Indiana can’t keep pace with Kings

A statistical look at the Kings’ 108-106 win over the Pacers on Wednesday in Indiana:

1: Number of wins Kings coach George Karl is from tying Phil Jackson (1,155) for No. 5 on the NBA’s career victory list.

1a: The number of times this season Kings star DeMarcus Cousins has had a double-double in the first half.

2-1: Indiana’s record when wearing its Hickory uniforms.

2-2: The Kings’ record on their four-game road trip.

3: Consecutive games Sacramento has won in the series and the number of games the Paces have lost in a row.

6: Number of turnovers in the first half by the Kings.

7: Number of games in which Kings point guard Rajon Rondo has had at least 15 assists. He finished with 16 on Wednesday.

9: Number of turnovers by Rondo, matching his season high on Nov. 9 in a 106-88 loss to San Antonio.

14: The number of double-doubles Cousins has this season after Wednesday’s 25-point, 16-rebound effort. The 16 rebounds represent a season high.

17.4%: Shooting percentage on three-pointers by the Kings (4 of 23).

24: Points scored by the Kings’ Darren Collison, a season high, on 11-of-17 shooting.

39.1%: Shooting percentage by the Pacers in the first half.

56%: Shooting percentage by the Kings in the first quarter.

64-44: The margin of difference in scoring inside the paint in the Kings’ favor.

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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