The Kings beat the Clippers in the second-highest scoring game in NBA history

The Sacramento Kings have enjoyed surprising success in the first half of the season. Yet, they dominated their opponents in the second part of the season.

Their first game back after the All-Star break was against the Los Angeles Clippers, a team on the rise with the arrival of new star Russell Westbrook. They were both concerned about passing up this chance. During the game, both players made challenging shots.

Malik Monk shines for the Kings throughout the game, hitting the game’s first significant shot. After he was behind by three points, Monk sunk an image from the corner to tie the game at 153 and force overtime.

Both Paul George and Kawhi Leonard had excellent opportunities to win the game in overtime. Nevertheless, they both missed their chances, forcing the game into a second extra session. There was no longer any hope of victory at that moment.

Monk and De’Aaron Fox were insane as they proceeded to bury massive shot after enormous shot for Sacramento. Fox’s beautiful mid-range Hook was the game-winning shot with 36 seconds left. He finished the game with 42 points.

Westbrook had a terrific debut game with the Clippers, finishing with 17 points and 14 assists. Leonard (44 points) and PG (34) got theirs.

But the night belonged to Monk. He came off the bench and scored 45 points, shooting effectively and hitting 62 percent of his shots. Six of his twelve attempts from outside the arc were successful.

Monk enjoyed a historic night, and the game surpassed numerous significant milestones on the same night. It was the second-highest-scoring game in NBA history (176-175) and the second time that both teams scored more than 170 points. Throughout the contest, both teams scored 176 points.

During the game, the Kings and Clippers combined for 33 three-pointers, which tied the NBA record for most made in a single game.

The statistics were so astounding that your jaw dropped open, and the crucial times made your heart race:

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Klay Thompson came out swinging against the Houston Rockets this time as if he was ready to fight. Thompson ripped down the rim and equaled his season high with 12 three-pointers made.

Julius Randle blasted seven three-pointers while shooting flawlessly from beyond the arc against the Wizards. He finished the game with 46 points, tying his career high.

When we speak about being automatic, Devin Booker felt it the moment he awoke. DBook concluded the Thunder game with 25 points and one three-pointer. The fact that he became the Suns club’s all-time leader in three-pointers was the essential component of the three-pointer.

The Chicago Bulls are suffering this season due to all the injuries that have afflicted them from the start of the season. They opted to unleash their rage on the defenseless Brooklyn Nets.

The Bulls came out swinging against the Nets with a new starting lineup that featured Patrick Beverley. The score was 97-51 as the fourth quarter started. Yikes. Even if the final score of 131-87 seemed more acceptable, the game smelt like battering.

The Milwaukee Bucks are the Eastern Conference’s top team, having won 13 games with little fanfare. This is a crucial point to make. They could be the most dangerous side in the league right now if they are healthy; they are a devastating team functioning in undercover mode.

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