Nuggets Beat Kings For Four Straight Victories


In the NBA regular season, the Nuggets beat the Kings 128-110 away, winning four straight and sending their opponents three straight losses.

For the Nuggets, Jokic scored 25 points, 12 rebounds and 9 assists, Barton scored 31 points and 5 rebounds, and Morris scored 19 points; for the Kings, Sakon scored a game-high 33 points and 14 rebounds, Fox 20 points, and Barnes 14 points and 7 backboards.

The Nuggets took the lead in the game and took the lead with an 8-0 spurt. The difference then gradually reached double digits. In the second quarter, the King launched a chase under the leadership of Sabonis Jr., and the two teams began to maintain a tug of war. , the Nuggets led by 5 points at the end of the half.

After changing sides and fighting again, the Nuggets regained the initiative on the court and opened the point difference again. The Kings did not get any more chances. In the end, the Nuggets defeated the Kings lightly, ushering in four consecutive victories and giving the latter three consecutive defeats.

The starting players of both sides

Kings: Fox, Holiday, Barnes, Harkless, Sabonis Jr.

Nuggets: Morris, Button, Gordon, Jeff Green, Jokic