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Number crunch: Spurs leave Kings behind

Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, left, works against Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge during the first quarter Wednesday night at Sleep Train Arena.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, left, works against Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge during the first quarter Wednesday night at Sleep Train Arena. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 108-92 loss to the Spurs on Wednesday:

0: Points scored in the first quarter by Kings All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins.

0: Shots Cousins made in his first 10 attempts from the field.

1: Points Cousins scored in the first half.

3: Consecutive games won by the Kings coming in.

4: Steals by the Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard.

5: Shots blocked by the Spurs’ LaMarcus Aldridge.

7 for 29: Combined shooting by San Antonio’s LaMarcus Aldridge (2 of 11, seven points), Tim Duncan (0 for 2, zero points) and Leonard (5 of 16, 18 points).

9: Wins by the Spurs in their last 10 games.

10: Rebounds by Cousins.

18: Assists by Kings point guard Rajon Rondo.

21: Points scored in the second half by Cousins, who finished with 22 points on 8-for-23 shooting.

23: Game-high points scored by San Antonio point guard Tony Parker on 11-for-17 shooting. Parker scored 12 points in the fourth quarter.

31.5: The Kings’ first-half shooting percentage.

35: Wins the Spurs have against the Kings in the teams’ last 39 games.

38: Games this season in which Rondo has 10 or more assists.

After Kings loss to Spurs DeMarcus Cousins ready for Clippers.

Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones' three takeaways from the Kings 108-92 loss to the Spurs, ending a three-game winning streak in Wednesday's NBA action. His best line: "If I know what's coming, certainly the Spurs know what's coming."

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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