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San Antonio uses balanced attack to beat Kings 108-92

Video: Jason Jones' three takeaways from Sacramento Kings loss to San Antonio Spurs

Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones' three takeaways from the Kings 108-92 loss to the Spurs, ending a three-game winning streak in Wednesday's NBA action. His best line: "If I know what's coming, certainly the Spurs know what's coming."
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Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones' three takeaways from the Kings 108-92 loss to the Spurs, ending a three-game winning streak in Wednesday's NBA action. His best line: "If I know what's coming, certainly the Spurs know what's coming."

Player of the game: Tony Parker had 23 points and six assists as the San Antonio Spurs ended the Kings’ three-game winning streak with a 108-92 victory Wednesday night at Sleep Train Arena.

Turning point: After a dreadful start, the Kings rallied to make the game competitive in the third quarter. They trailed 76-70 heading into the fourth before San Antonio opened the quarter on a 15-2 run to put the game out of reach.

X-factor: San Antonio’s second unit was key. Kyle Anderson had 14 points, eight rebounds and three assists. David West had 10 points and eight rebounds. Boris Diaw had eight points and seven assists.

Records: Kings 24-32, Spurs 48-9

Key injuries: None

After Kings loss to Spurs DeMarcus Cousins ready for Clippers.

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