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Number crunch: Cavaliers rally past Kings

Kings center DeMarcus Cousins shows his displeasure after being called for a foul during the fourth quarter of Wednesday night’s 120-111 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers at Sleep Train Arena.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins shows his displeasure after being called for a foul during the fourth quarter of Wednesday night’s 120-111 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers at Sleep Train Arena. hamezcua@sacbee.com

A statistical look at the Kings’ 120-111 loss to the Cavaliers on Wednesday:

3: Steals by the Kings’ Rudy Gay.

3: Cavaliers who finished with double doubles: LeBron James (25 points and 11 rebounds); Kevin Love (17 points, 10 rebounds); and Tristan Thompson (18 points, 15 rebounds).

5: Turnovers committed by the Kings in the first half.

5: Turnovers by James.

5: Years since the Cavaliers’ last win at Sleep Train Arena (97-93 on March 16, 2011).

7: Points scored by the Kings’ Caron Butler, who was playing in his first game since Dec. 21.

8: Game-high assist total by the Kings’ Darren Collison.

13: Turnovers by the Kings.

15: Technical fouls called on Kings All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins this season.

29: Team-high point total by Cousins on 8-of-22 shooting, including 1 of 6 from three-point range.

30: Game-high point total by Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving on 11-of-22 shooting.

40.9%: Cleveland’s first-half shooting percentage (18 for 44).

56.4%: Sacramento’s first-half shooting percentage (22 for 39).

60-54: The Kings’ halftime lead.

700: Career three-pointers made by Love.

LeBron James said he's "looking forward to going against one of the greats," when his team plays Kobe Bryant for the last time.

The Bee's Jason Jones breaks down what you need to know from the Sacramento Kings 120-111 loss to Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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