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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.

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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