Sacramento Kings

Number crunch: Curry has career-high 21 but Kings fall to Blazers

Sacramento Kings guard Darren Collison (7) looks to pass as Portland Trail Blazers center Mason Plumlee goes up for the block and guard C.J. McCollum (3) closes in during an NBA basketball game Monday, March 28, 2016 in Portland, Ore. Collison scored 10 points and had a team-high seven assists.
Sacramento Kings guard Darren Collison (7) looks to pass as Portland Trail Blazers center Mason Plumlee goes up for the block and guard C.J. McCollum (3) closes in during an NBA basketball game Monday, March 28, 2016 in Portland, Ore. Collison scored 10 points and had a team-high seven assists. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Kings’ 105-93 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday:

0: Minutes played by the Trail Blazers’ starters in the fourth quarter when they were outscored 30-14.

12: Advantage in points in the paint the Kings (40) had over the Trail Blazers (28).

12: Fourth-quarter points by the Kings’ Seth Curry to help fuel a 16-1 run.

13: Points by the Kings’ Willie Cauley-Stein in 33 minutes.

14: Team-high rebounds by Cauley-Stein.

19: Advantage in bench points the Trail Blazers (46) had over the Kings (27).

20.1: Advantage in free-throw shooting percentage the Trail Blazers (83.3) had over the Kings (63.2).

21: Team-, and career-high points by Curry on 9-of-17 shooting, including 3 of 6 from three-point range.

21: Team-high points by the Trail Blazers’ Allen Crabbe on 8-of-10 shooting, including 3 of 4 from three-point range.

28: Trail Blazers’ largest lead.

30.4: Advantage the Trail Blazers (73.3) had over the Kings (42.9) at halftime in three-point shooting percentage. They outshot the Kings 48.3-46.7 for the game.

33.3: Kings’ shooting percentage in the second quarter, when they were outscored 31-20.

82: Wins by Portland over Sacramento in 100 games between the teams.

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Compiled by Jeff Caraska

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