Vezenkov with 4 points in the Kings' win over the Lakers
Alexander Vezenkov finished with 4 points as his Sacramento Kings beat the LA Lakers 125-110 on the road in the regular season of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
The Bulgarian spent just over 12 minutes on the floor, finishing 1/4 from the field. He missed all three of his attempts from the three, but was perfect from the penalty line 2/2. Sasha also added two steals to his stats. In his last game, he helped the Kings with 11 points in the 132:120 home win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Domantas Sabonis was above all for Sacramento in the state derby - the Lithuanian center finished with 29 points, adding 16 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals and 1 block, on 13/19 from the field. Kevin Huerter and De'Aaron Fox added 28 points each, and Harrison Barnes finished with 13.
The Kings overcame Lakers star LeBron James' triple-double - The King finished with 28 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists, to go along with 4 steals and a block. With this triple-double, LeBron moved solely to fifth place on the list of the most triple-doubles in NBA history with 108, after sharing that position with Jason Kidd - the 38-year-old basketball player is one from the fourth in this list Nikola Jokic of Denver Nuggets. D'Angelo Russell also finished with 28 points and Cam Reddish added 16, but Anthony Davis had a bad day and ended up with only 9 points and 9 rebounds in over 34 minutes on the floor.
Sacramento is sixth in the West conference with a 6-4 record after its fourth straight league win. LA is in eighth position with six wins and six losses. /BGNES