The Kings are on a four-game winning streak after crushing the Brooklyn Nets. The Kings scored a season-high 153 points on their way to a 32-point home win Tuesday night. Sacramento's leading scorer wasn't in the starting lineup. Shooting guard Terence Davis scored 31 points off the bench, while Kevin Huerter led all starters with 19 points. The team put up at least 36 points in all four quarters. The Kings will look to push the winning streak to five when they host the Spurs Thursday night. This game was also when the Kings put up their highest point total in nearly 30 years in the 153-121 game. It's the most points for the Kings since scoring 154 back in 1993. The 153 points are the most-ever given up by the Nets in regulation in franchise history. Edmond Sumner donated 18 points in the setback.
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