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Number crunch: Kings end five-game skid

Kings center DeMarcus Cousins blocks a shot by Los Angeles Lakers center Tarik Black during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Tuesday, March 15, 2016.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins blocks a shot by Los Angeles Lakers center Tarik Black during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Tuesday, March 15, 2016. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 106-98 win over the Lakers on Tuesday:

3: Kings players who scored 20 or more points.

4: Steals by the Kings’ Rajon Rondo and Omri Casspi.

4: Blocks by Sacramento’s DeMarcus Cousins.

4-0: The Kings record against the Lakers this season, the first season series sweep in franchise history.

5: Consecutive games the Kings had lost coming in.

6: Turnovers by Rondo.

6: Lakers players who scored in double figures.

8: Games won by the Kings in the teams’ last nine meetings.

8.3%: The Lakers’ first-half shooting percentage on three-point attempts (1 for 12).

10: Steals by the Kings in the first half.

12: Assists by Rondo.

17: Team-high points scored by the Lakers’ Lou Williams.

17: Steals by the Kings for the game.

18.2%: The Kings’ first-half shooting percentage on three-point attempts (2 for 11).

18-4: Sacramento’s lead to start the game.

19.2%: The Lakers’ shooting percentage from beyond the arc for the game (5 of 26).

20: Points scored by the Kings’ Rudy Gay.

22: Points scored by Sacramento’s Cousins and Darren Collison.

22%: The Kings’ shooting percentage from beyond the arc for the game (4 for 18).

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

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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