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'Same old Kings. No defense and unknown guys getting career highs,' the Bee's Jason Jones.
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'Same old Kings. No defense and unknown guys getting career highs,' the Bee's Jason Jones.

A statistical look at the Kings’ 123-108 loss to the Pelicans on Wednesday:

4-0: New Orleans’ record against the Kings this season.

6: Kings players who scored in double figures.

10: Losses by Sacramento in its last 12 games.

14: Points scored by New Orleans’ Tim Frazier, who was just signed to a 10-day contract. Frazier also had nine assists and did not commit a turnover in nearly 27 minutes of action.

14: Rebounds by the Pelicans’ Anthony Davis – 11 of which came on the defensive end.

17: Points scored by James Anderson of the Kings. Anderson entered the game averaging 2.1 points per contest.

20: Points scored by Kings All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins, who added 12 rebounds, five assists, two steals and two blocks.

21: Points scored in the second quarter by Sacramento native Ryan Anderson of the Pelicans.

23: Team-high points scored by the Kings’ Darren Collison on 8-of-15 shooting, including 3 of 3 on three-point attempts.

27: Game-high points scored by Davis.

29: Total points scored by Ryan Anderson on 11-of-21 shooting, including 5 of 6 from three-point range.

50%: Sacramento’s shooting percentage from beyond the arc (9 of 18).

57.1: New Orleans’ shooting percentage from beyond the arc (12 of 21).

63.6%: The Pelicans’ first-half shooting percentage from three-point range (7 of 11).

66.7%: The Pelicans’ first-half shooting percentage (30 of 45).

74: Points scored by New Orleans in the first half.

Sacramento Kings coach George Karl said that the Kings have struggled on back-to-back games after loss to Pelicans.

'Same old Kings. No defense and unknown guys getting career highs,' the Bee's Jason Jones.

Despues de conducir el partido de Los Kings contra Los Celtics Iliana Jimenez de NBA México visita a Sacramento para conducir durante la Noche Latina.

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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