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Curry steps up as short-handed Kings beat Suns 105-101

Three takeaways from Sacramento Kings 105-101 win over Phoenix Suns

Seth Curry wowed with his shooting again, but also put on a passing clinic, getting career-high 15 assists as the Kings defeated the Phoenix Suns, 105-101, Monday night at Talking Stick Resort Arena.
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Seth Curry wowed with his shooting again, but also put on a passing clinic, getting career-high 15 assists as the Kings defeated the Phoenix Suns, 105-101, Monday night at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

Player of the game: Seth Curry had 20 points and a career-high 15 assists as the Kings beat the Phoenix Suns 105-101 Monday night at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

Turning point: James Anderson’s two free throws with 12.2 seconds to play gave the Kings a 103-99 lead after they nearly blew a 17-point lead.

X-factor: Kosta Koufos was solid again in a starting role for Sacramento, contributing 19 points and eight rebounds and playing well with Curry in a two-man game.

Records: Kings 33-48, Suns 22-59

Key injuries: Omri Casspi (hamstring), Marco Belinelli (foot) and DeMarcus Cousins, Darren Collison and Rajon Rondo (rest) are not with the Kings for their season-ending two-game trip.

Seth Curry wowed with his shooting again, but also put on a passing clinic, getting career-high 15 assists as the Kings defeated the Phoenix Suns, 105-101, Monday night at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

Seth Curry wowed with his shooting again, but also put on a passing clinic, getting career-high 15 assists as the Kings defeated the Phoenix Suns, 105-101, Monday night at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

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