SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 21 (Ticker) -- Washington's big three were not enough to stop Sacramento's reunited fab four.

With Chris Webber back after missing one game with a sore left knee, the Sacramento Kings got a huge effort from Webber, Peja Stojakovic, Mike Bibby and Brad Miller in a 104-93 victory over the Washington Wizards.

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Webber came back strong, scoring 20 points and grabbing 10 rebounds to go along with six assists and a pair of steals. Miller scored 19 points and had eight boards to team with Webber to form the inside complement to Stojakovic and Bibby's outside shooting.

Stojakovic, Miller, Doug Christie and Bibby all logged over 40 minutes as the starting five scored 98 of the team's 104 points.

"I really like being out there on the court," Bibby said. "I can't do anything from the bench. I feel I need to be out there to get things done."

Stojakovic and Bibby scored 26 and 24 points, respectively, and combined to drain 8-of-13 from the arc.

Stojakovic ignited a 15-0 first-half run with three straight from beyond the arc, giving Sacramento their biggest lead at 39-25. The Kings sharpshooter hit a 26-footer with 41 seconds left in the first quarter, then nailed a running 3-pointer as time expired. Stojakovic buried another three just 14 seconds into the second period.

"After the first one I kind of got going. The second one, ending the quarter, I kind of got lucky," said Stojakovic. "Overall it was a good game."

Washington was playing in back-to-back games and for the third time in four nights and wilted down the stretch.

After an alley-oop dunk from Bibby to Maurice Evans gave Sacramento an 87-77 lead with 8:48 remaining, Gilbert Arenas hit two 3-pointers and another jumper to key an 8-2 run that got the Wizards within 89-85 with 6:35 to play.

But the Wizards did not make a field goal over the final 3:39 of the game and fell to 2-2 on their five-game road swing.

"I'm just very proud of my team for this road trip and playing as hard as we did tonight, especially at the end of the trip against a very good team," Wizards coach Eddie Jordan said.

Washington, one of the surprise teams in the NBA thus far, clearly is improved compared to the squad that managed just 25 wins last season.

"They're a good team this year," Miller said. "They've got a lot of athletes out there now. But we had a bunch of guys just getting scrappy and just going after it tonight."

"Fortunately we made some good plays down the stretch," Kings coach Rick Adelman said. "Brad was terrific, especially in the fourth. He got his hand on so many balls and came up with offensive rebounds when we needed to get the ball back."

Washington gets a four-day break before visiting Minnesota on Sunday.

"The last game of a road trip is always tough," said Wizards guard Larry Hughes. "We played with pretty good energy. We didn't give them anything easy."

Arenas, Hughes and Antawn Jamison, who entered the game averaging 75.7 points on the road trip, were held to 61.

Arenas scored 22, including 11 in the fourth quarter, while Jamison added 20 and Hughes had 19.

Kings guard Bobby Jackson sat out the second half after aggravating a left wrist injury. His status for Thursday's game against Miami is listed as day-to-day.