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Kings fade in fourth quarter, lose to Bulls 109-102

Kings’ Rajon Rondo (9) and Darren Collison, right, help DeMarcus Cousins off the floor after Cousins lost control of the ball and fell during the second half against Chicago on Monday, March 21, 2016. The Bulls won 109-102.
Kings’ Rajon Rondo (9) and Darren Collison, right, help DeMarcus Cousins off the floor after Cousins lost control of the ball and fell during the second half against Chicago on Monday, March 21, 2016. The Bulls won 109-102. AP

Player of the game: Derrick Rose had six of his 18 points in the fourth quarter to help the Chicago Bulls beat the Kings 109-102 Monday night at United Center.

Turning point: The Kings had their biggest lead, 95-90, with 6:33 to play when the Bulls countered with an 10-0 run highlighted by Rose’s two jumpers. Sacramento went scoreless for more than four minutes.

X-factor: Turnovers again were the Kings’ downfall – 20 that led to 21 Chicago points.

Records: Kings 27-43, Bulls 36-33

Key injuries: Sacramento’s Ben McLemore (fractured finger) missed his eighth consecutive game.

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