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Host Oklahoma win a game in the third quarter, beat the Kings

The Oklahoma City Thunder took the game to the third quarter on Sunday to beat the Sacramento Kings successfully by 127-113. The hosts have now snapped their two losses to avoid the third for a streak. The Kings did gain an edge, but that happened in the fourth quarter, a time when the game had already shown where it was headed.

The Thunder were led by Shai Alexander, who scored 38 points along with 3 rebounds and 7 assists. Jalen Williams followed him with 32 points, 7 rebounds, and 9 assists. Paycom Center was all prepared to welcome the Kings for a win, considering the hosts were not coming out in winning form.

Their previous losses were against the Jazz and the Mavericks for 124-117 and 146-111, respectively. The upcoming game versus the Magic would set the tone for their overall tally of 36-17.

The Sacramento Kings could not capitalize on their game right from the beginning. A deficit of 29–27 only went on to expand in the next two quarters. An edge in the fourth quarter would have made a difference had they been able to limit the aggressive attack to minimal baskets. Being led by Malik Monk and Domantas Sabonis for 26 and 21 points, respectively, fell short.

This was a chance for the Kings in the basketball event to carry forward the winning streak. The department has been upset since the journey in the last 4 matches has been of 3 losses and 1 win, with a more significant streak in site. The previous game with the Nuggets put them in the front seat for a better win. That was a 135-106 tally, reflecting that they are prepared to take on any opponent that comes their way.

Now a 30-22 overall tally is what they are left with. The next game for the Sacramento Kings is against the Phoenix Suns.

The Oklahoma City Thunder are in third place in the Western Conference basketball tournament. The Sacramento Kings are in the 7th position on the same table, which the Timberwolves lead. The Celtics are in first place in the Eastern Conference, then the Cavaliers and the Bucks. Upcoming NBA games to look out for are between the Hornets and the Pacers, the Cavaliers and the 76ers, and the Hawks and the Bulls.

Another captivating basketball showdown that had fans on the edge of their seats unfolded between the Trail Blazers and the Pelicans. With the final score standing at 84-93 in favor of the New Orleans Pelicans, basketball sports betting enthusiasts were surely engaged. Although trailing in Q3, the Pelicans staged a remarkable comeback in the last quarter, dominating every aspect of the game from all perspectives.

A small win margin is credited to the defensive stretch of the Portland Trail Blazers, who currently have a 15-37 overall tally to their name.

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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