SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 11 (Ticker) -- The Sacramento Kings showed the Dallas Mavericks what might have been in last year's playoffs.

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Peja Stojakovic and Doug Christie each scored 22 points as the Kings had five players with 16 or more en route to a 120-102 rout of the Mavericks.

Dallas defeated Sacramento in the 2003 Western Conference semifinals after Kings forward Chris Webber suffered a knee injury in Game Two. Webber returned last week and Sacramento - finally close to full strength - gave the Mavericks a taste of what they missed last year.

The Kings dominated the first quarter, scoring 37 points on 16-of-23 shooting. Mike Bibby made all five of his shots and scored 10 points in the period as Sacramento built a 10-point lead and never looked back.

Bibby finished with 21 points and 10 assists and Brad Miller collected 21 points and 16 rebounds as the Kings tied Indiana for the best record in the NBA.

Webber had 16 points and eight rebounds for Sacramento, which shot 57 percent (48-of-85) from the floor and made 9-of-20 3-pointers against one of the league's worst defensive teams.

Dirk Nowitzki scored 21 points to lead the Mavericks, who have lost four of their last five to fall two games behind the fourth-place Los Angeles Lakers in the West.