Kings Outlasted By Bucks
DeMarcus Cousins led the team with a monster performance, tallying 28 points, 19 rebounds, five assists and four blocks, while Ray McCallum added 10 points — including a 28-foot buzzer-beater to knot the game at 29 to end the first quarter — and four assists off the bench.
Brandon Knight guided Milwaukee to a 3rd-quarter surge with 10 straight points that nearly put the game out of reach. Down by 18 heading into the fourth quarter, Sacramento managed a late rally but came up short.
- Sacramento tipped-off the game with its 10th starting lineup of the season, featuring Cousins, Rudy Gay, Omri Casspi, Ben McLemore and Ramon Sessions.
- Cousins recorded his 33rd double-double of the season.
- Joining DMC and RayMac in double figures, Gay tallied 17 points and eight rebounds, B-Mac notched 16 points and three steals and Derrick Williams added 11 points and four rebounds.
- With the victory, the Bucks swept the season series (2-0).
Highlight: McCallum at the Buzzer
Tweets of the Night
— Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) February 12, 2015
— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) February 12, 2015
@SacramentoKings Cha Ching Ray Mac!
— MM (@MMiller6o2) February 12, 2015
— Ray McCallum (@RayMac3) February 12, 2015
DeMarcus heads to New York to participate in Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game, while his teammates get a break before taking on the Celtics at Sleep Train Arena on Friday, Feb. 20.
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