The Sacramento Kings rallied from an 8-point halftime deficit to beat the Detroit Pistons, 122-113, on Friday night. It was a team-wide effort that wrapped up the Kings’ six-game road trip.
Trailing 63-55 at the half, it seemed Sacramento didn’t have the juice to push a cellar-dwelling Pistons team on the final game of a lengthy trip. But then the third quarter happened. Sacramento started the quarter on a 28-8 run, and ultimately, that was the difference in Friday’s game.
All five Kings’ starters scored in double digits, having efficient nights and contributing to their win.