Sacramento pushes Memphis beyond the perimeter for a 133–100 win
First quarter three-pointers success record for Californians, with 12
loss sacramento kings they ran 133-100 on this monday memphis grizzlies With 22 triples rained out, in a struggle between third and second respectively in the Western Conference. With an attractive, even and complete game, the Kings added their seventh win in the last eight games and took down some Grizzlies who were held out for three quarters, on a night in which they could not count on their leader Jae Morant . The Kings shot an impressive 22 of 40 on 3-pointers and hit 12 of them in the first quarter. tied the NBA record in that feature. The Californians started the period going 10 of 10 from the perimeter and 8 of those 3-pointers came from Keegan Murray and Harrison Barnes.
The number of kings was extraordinary. Trey Lyles scored 24 points on 6-of-8 3-point range, Barnes scored 20 points on 6-of-9 3-point range, and Murray got 20, 5-of-7 from the arc. In this stellar 3-point performance, the Kings added Domantas Sabonis’ triple-double of 14 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists. and that the Grizzlies, in which the entire starting quintet finished in double digits, endured their opponents’ scoring pace until the middle of the third period. A 10–0 run to end that quarter gave the Kings a fourteen-point lead, who were completely unattainable throughout the fourth quarter. He went 33–10 with a 14–0 run to escape 116–97, leaving the Grizzlies with no options. Lyles, Murray and Barnes continued to torment the visitors from the perimeter and led the Kings to a dominating win to clinch their third place in the West.
The Californians arrive with maximum excitement for their seven-game home series, which will begin against the Toronto Raptors and continue with a doubleheader against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Grizzlies, which featured Spaniard Santi Aldama scoring 8 points and 2 assists in 14.18 minutes on the track, lost their third game in a row and will now face the Golden State Warriors and Timberwolves, both at home.