Our experts break down the new rankings and where the Warriors and Suns fall after splitting a pair of matchups last week.
- 10/20W 124-121
- 10/22L 110-101
- 10/24L 119-107
- 10/27W 110-107
- 10/29W 113-109
- 10/31L 105-99
- 11/2L 119-113
- 11/3W 112-99
- 11/5W 140-110
- 11/7L 94-91
- 11/8L 109-104
- 11/10L 136-117
- 11/12L 105-103
- 11/15W 129-107
- 11/17L 107-97
- 11/19L 108-89
- 11/20L 123-105
- 11/22L 102-94
- 11/24W 125-121
- 11/26W 141-137
- 11/28L 128-101
- 11/30L 117-92
- 12/1W 124-115
- 12/4W 104-99
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— Terence Davis scored 23 of his 28 points in the second half and the Sacramento Kings beat the Los Angeles Clippers for the second time in four nights with a 104-99 victory Saturday.
— Anthony Davis scored 25 points, Russell Westbrook added 23 and the Los Angeles Lakers overcame the absence of LeBron James to beat the Sacramento Kings 117-92 on Tuesday night.
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— Dillon Brooks scored 21 points, Desmond Bane added 18 and the Memphis Grizzlies took advantage of Sacramento’s poor shooting to beat the Kings 128-101 on Sunday night.
The Los Angeles Lakers blew a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter and were outlasted by the Kings in a 141-137 loss in triple overtime Friday night.
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— De’Aaron Fox scored 21 points before being ejected in the fourth quarter, Marvin Bagley III made a clutch 3-pointer with 30 seconds remaining and the Sacramento Kings held off the Portland Trail Blazers 125-121 on Wednesday night.
A 76ers team playing without four of its starters beat Sacramento 102-94 on Monday night, spoiling Alvin Gentry's debut as interim Kings coach.
— Tyrese Maxey had 24 points and the short-handed Philadelphia 76ers beat Sacramento 102-94 on Monday night, spoiling Alvin Gentry’s debut as interim Kings coach.
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— Donovan Mitchell scored 26 points, Rudy Gobert added 21 points and 14 rebounds for his fifth straight double-double and the Utah Jazz beat the Sacramento Kings 123-105 on Saturday night.
— Pascal Siakam scored 18 of his season-high 32 points in the first half and the Toronto Raptors continued their recent dominance in Sacramento, thumping the Kings 108-89 on Friday night.
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