Kings get second road win of season, in ClevelandPosted by Inside Hoops
It’s one thing for DeMarcus Cousins to say the Kings play better when they share the basketball.
It’s another for Cousins to put that into action. Cousins has tried to do that more lately, and it’s working.
Cousins scored 18 points and grabbed 16 rebounds Wednesday, but it was a pass to John Salmons for his sixth assist of the night that was his biggest play in helping the Kings beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 97-94 at Quicken Loans Arena.
It was the Kings’ second road win in 15 games.
The Kings (12-20) trailed 90-89, having squandered a 10-point lead in the third quarter, when Cousins found Salmons in the corner for a three-pointer and a 92-90 lead with 52.9 seconds to play. Cousins’ six assists led the Kings.
– Reported by Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee