Kings beat Clippers 176-175 in second-highest scoring sport in NBA historical past

LOS ANGELES — Malik Monk scored a career-high 45 factors, De’Aaron Fox had the go-ahead basket and completed with 42 and the Sacramento Kings beat the Los Angeles Clippers 176-175 in double time beyond regulation within the second-highest scoring sport in NBA historical past.

Detroit beat Denver 186-184 in triple time beyond regulation on Dec. 13, 1983, within the highest-scoring NBA sport. The Kings are third on the scoring record with the 176 factors and the Clippers fourth.

The Clippers had a 175-169 benefit with 1:57 remaining earlier than the Kings scored the ultimate seven factors, together with Fox’s jumper with 36.5 seconds remaining. The Clippers had the ultimate shot, however missed a 3-pointer on the buzzer.

Kawhi Leonard scored a season-high 44 factors for Los Angeles and Paul George added 34.

Russell Westbrook began and made his Clippers debut after he cleared waivers Wednesday. He had 17 factors, 14 assists and 5 rebounds in 39 minutes earlier than fouling out with 1:49 remaining within the second time beyond regulation.

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