Week in review: Kings post another winning week, continue playoff push

Kings lose win streak, but add three more wins to the total

Kings record: 37-26

Kings record on the week: 3-1

Riding high off an incredible 176-175 win over the Los Angeles Clippers last Friday, the Kings ventured to Oklahoma City for a pair of games against the Thunder. The Kings came into the set of games 7-3 on the season when facing the same team in consecutive games.

The two games in OKC were very similar. De'Aaron Fox scored 30+ points in the opener, Domantas Sabonis posted near triple doubles in both games and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander sat out.

The Kings let the Thunder hang around in the opening match up, but held on for a 124-115 win. Keegan Murray chipped in 20 points on four makes from long range and Trey Lyles added 16 points and six rebounds off Mike Brown's bench.

Isaiah Joe led the way with 24 points for OKC and Lue Dort and Josh Giddey each added 18 in the loss.

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