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Kings Daily: Back-to-back wins feed optimism

Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, right, fights for the ball against Oklahoma City Thunder forward Domantas Sabonis during the first quarter on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016, at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, right, fights for the ball against Oklahoma City Thunder forward Domantas Sabonis during the first quarter on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016, at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. aseng@sacbee.com

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‘Everything’s clicking’

For the second consecutive game, the defense looked more in sync, and on offense, Sacramento figured out how to share the ball. The Kings piled up 26 assists for the second straight game, the Thunder shot just 42.1 percent and Sacramento can enjoy its day off for Thanksgiving feeling progress is being made.

Kings notes: Small lineup benefits ‘D’

Coach Dave Joerger says smaller lineups give the Kings more flexibility on defense.

Gay, Kings give back to community

Forward Rudy Gay specifically asked the Kings Foundation if he could visit a women’s shelter as the team tipped off its 15th annual Season of Doing Good. Gay grew up in a broken home and called his visit to Women’s Empowerment in Sacramento “dear to me.”

Crunching stats from Kings win over Thunder

A statistical breakdown of Wednesday night’s game.

Photo gallery from Wednesday’s game

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