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Kings hang on against 76ers, win fourth in a row

Ty Lawson says Kings win streak due to, "everyone working together to win"

Sacramento Kings guard Ty Lawson said that the Kings are playing differently now than at the beginning of the season. During the recent stretch of victories, now a 4-game win streak, after winning 102-100 against the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday,
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Sacramento Kings guard Ty Lawson said that the Kings are playing differently now than at the beginning of the season. During the recent stretch of victories, now a 4-game win streak, after winning 102-100 against the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday,

A statistical look at the Kings’ 102-100 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night at the Golden 1 Center:

4: Consecutive games the Kings have scored at least 30 points in the fourth quarter.

4: Consecutive wins by the Kings, their most since last season’s five-game winning streak (Jan. 14-Jan. 23).

9: Team-high rebounds by the Kings’ Rudy Gay in his first game after missing six games.

11: Kings’ biggest lead.

12: Points by the Kings’ Gay in the fourth quarter.

17: Points by the Kings’ Gay on 7-of-16 shooting.

30: Points by Cousins.

30: Third-quarter points by the 76ers on 12-of-23 shooting.

32: Fourth-quarter points by the Kings on 9-of-18 shooting.

50: Shooting percentage by both teams in the fourth quarter.

52: Kings’ points in the paint.

52.2: Third-quarter shooting percentage for the 76ers (on 12-of-23 shooting).

52.6: First-quarter shooting percentage for the 76ers (on 10-of-19 shooting).

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Garrett Temple talks about the importance of closing out games after his team's 102-100 victory against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Sacramento Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins walked away from the Kings 102-100 victory over Phildelphia with a great deal of respect for the Phildelphia 76ers' Joel Embiid. This was the first time that Cousins has been able to play against Embiid, a

Sacramento Kings head coach Dave Joerger on Kings victory against 76ers and Rudy Gay's first game back, Dec. 27, 2016.

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