SACRAMENTO, California (Ticker) -- Peja Stojakovic and the new-look Sacramento Kings struggled to find any rhythm at the beginning of the season. However, a few games at raucous Arco Arena seems to have snapped them out of their doldrums.

Stojakovic scored 19 points and Brad Miller chipped in 16, eight rebounds and eight assists as the KIngs cruised to an easy 103-82 victory over the surprising Milwaukee Bucks.

Seeking to replace the offensive production of the departed Chris Webber, the Kings brought in veterans Shareef Abdur-Rahim and Bonzi Wells to fill the voids in their starting lineup.

The early returns were unimpressive as Sacramento struggled offensively in losing four of its first five games. Since returning to Arco, however, the Kings have won three of four, averaging 105 points over that stretch.

Mike Bibby scored 17 points, Abdur-Rahim added 16 and seven rebounds and Wells 11 for the Kings, who led by four at halftime before steadily pulling away in the second half.

Sacramento's new starting lineup carried the load in this one, scoring 69 of the team's 77 points over the first three quarters.

Joe Smith scored 21 points and Jamaal Magloire grabbed a season-high 14 rebounds for the Bucks, who fell to 1-2 on their four-game road swing that concludes in Utah on Monday.