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2019 Schedule
24-23, 4th in Pacific

Russell has 31, Nets run past Kings for 123-94 win

D'Angelo Russell had 31 points and eight assists, and the surging Brooklyn Nets won their fourth straight game by running away from the Sacramento Kings in the second half Monday for a 123-94 victory.

Cauley-Stein dunks on Allen (0:15)
Hield catches fire late, splashes buzzer-beater to beat Pistons (1:49)
Hield bobbles then drains buzzer-beater to sink Pistons (0:51)
Bagley cuts down the lane and slams it home (0:16)
Walker hits floater to beat halftime buzzer (0:26)
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Shumpert attempts to enter Blazers' locker room

Kings guard Iman Shumpert, apparently angry at Blazers center Jusuf Nurkic after Monday night's game, was stopped by security at the entrance to the Blazers' locker room. "Some stuff happened out there. ... That's it," Shumpert said.

Kings cruise to win over Trail Blazers behind Hield (1:46)
Giles shines with fancy oop and jumper (0:28)
Fox feeds Bagley for alley-oop slam (0:15)
Kings' collective effort send Hornets to 3rd straight loss (1:00)
Kemba's 31 points not enough as Hornets fall to Kings (1:27)
Cauley-Stein spikes vicious alley-oop from Fox (0:17)
Bagley buries 3 on big bounce (0:18)
Fox cookies Kemba, milks lay-in (0:17)
Cauley-Stein, Hield defend Kings' throne vs. Pistons (1:41)
Cauley-Stein spikes and-1 dunk on Brown (0:19)
Fox pins Bullock's layup, Hield splashes 3 (0:20)
Fox swipes away Melton's layup on chasedown block (0:16)
Cauley-Stein, Ayton trade dunks on back-to-back possessions (0:15)
Fox leads Kings to victory with 20 points (1:00)
Fox takes flight for huge slam (0:21)
Jackson shows athleticism, tipping in own miss (0:16)

Team Stats

Points Per Game113.68th
Rebounds Per Game44.421st
Assists Per Game25.88th
Points Allowed115.227th

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