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Number crunch: Kings hammer Mavericks

"If we're not gonna make the playoffs lets help some of these guys come home with us," Rajon Rondo after Kings win against Mavericks

After Kings victory Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo talks about victory against the Dallas Mavericks .
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After Kings victory Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo talks about victory against the Dallas Mavericks .

A statistical look at the Kings’ 133-111 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday:

2: The Kings’ Willie Cauley-Stein, who scored 21 points against Dallas, has scored 20 or more points in two consecutive games; the rookie hadn’t reached the 20-point mark in any of his first 54 games as a pro.

2: Consecutive starts by the Kings’ Seth Curry, who finished with 14 points.

3: Times the Mavericks have lost to the Kings in four meetings this season.

4: Turnovers by the Kings in the first half.

5: Times this season that the Kings have led a game from start to finish.

5: Cauley-Stein made all five of his shot attempts in the first half.

8: Kings players who scored in double figures – a figure matched by the Mavericks.

9: Dallas’ seeding in the Western Conference, a half-game behind the Houston Rockets for the conference’s final playoff berth.

10: Losses by the Mavericks in their last 12 games.

11: Assists and points by Sacramento’s Rajon Rondo.

12: Rebounds by Kings All-Star DeMarcus Cousins, who also had 20 points and five assists.

14: Times the Mavericks have made the playoffs in the last 15 seasons.

29: Sacramento’s win total this season.

35: Double-doubles this season by Rondo.

41: Rebounds each team finished with.

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

61%: Sacramento’s first-half shooting percentage (25 for 41).

62/2%: Sacramento’s shooting percentage for the game (51 for 82).

72: Points scored by the Kings’ bench.

View the box score

DeMarcus Cousins and teammates 'enjoying themselves' as the season comes to an end.

Team having more fun playing as they defeat the Dallas Mavericks in Sacramento.

Eleven-month-old Micah DesJardin cries his way to victory during a baby race at Sacramento Kings game on Easter Sunday.

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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