Who are the league's best as we approach the All-Star break? See where all 30 teams stand now.
- 1/15L 138-100
- 1/17L 128-123
- 1/20L 115-96
- 1/22W 103-94
- 1/27W 121-107
- 1/29W 126-124
- 1/30L 105-104
- 2/1W 118-109
- 2/3W 116-111
- 2/6W 119-114
- 2/7W 113-110
- 2/9L 119-111
- 2/12L 123-112
- 2/14L 124-110
- 2/15L 136-125
- 2/18L 118-110
- 2/20L 122-114
- 2/21L 128-115
- 2/23L 127-118
- 2/25L 140-121
- 2/26W 110-107
- 2/28L 127-126
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The Kings led the Hornets 123-115 late in Sunday night's game but couldn't close it out, missing five free throws over the final 69 seconds in what Sacramento coach Luke Walton referred to as a "painful loss" for his group.
— PJ Washington scored a career-high 42 points, Malik Monk converted a three-point play with 1.4 seconds remaining and the Charlotte Hornets stunned the Sacramento Kings 127-126 with a late rally Sunday night.
— De'Aaron Fox scored 27 points and the Sacramento Kings snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 110-107 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.
— Immanuel Quickley scored 18 of his 25 points in the first half, and Julius Randle had 21 points and 14 rebounds to power the New York Knicks to a 140-121 win over the Sacramento Kings on Thursday night.
Beginning with the 2006-07 season, the Kings have wandered a toilsome road, owners of the second-longest playoff drought in NBA history.
— Bruce Brown scored 13 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Brooklyn Nets to a 127-118 win over the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night.
Love is coming in many forms these days: from his coach Luke Walton, from his organization with a max extension and from his fiancee/trainer Recee Caldwell.
Streaking Brooklyn is closing in on Philly, while Phoenix is making a case it belongs among the West elite. See where all 30 teams stand now.
— Giannis Antetokounmpo had 38 points and Khris Middleton scored 32 to lead the Milwaukee Bucks past the skidding Sacramento Kings 128-115 on Sunday night.
— Zach LaVine scored 38 points and the Chicago Bulls beat the slumping Sacramento Kings 122-114 on Saturday night.
— Jimmy Butler had 13 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds for his third consecutive triple-double, and the Miami Heat beat the Sacramento Kings 118-110 on Thursday night.
— Kyrie Irving scored a season-high 40 points, James Harden had his fifth triple-double with Brooklyn and the Nets beat the Sacramento Kings 136-125 on Monday night as injured Kevin Durant watched from the bench.
Not much can slow down the Jazz right now. A showdown with the East-best 76ers could change that.