Week in review: Kings finding ways to win ugly games

Kings post another 2-1 week against tough opponents

Kings record: 14-10

Kings record on the week: 2-1

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Taking care of business. With a daunting six game road trip looming, the Kings finished off their homestand on Sunday against the Chicago Bulls on the second night of a back-to-back.

Zach LaVine torched the Kings for 41 points and eight rebounds for Chicago, and veteran DeMar DeRozan added 18, but it wasn't nearly enough.

Domantas Sabonis notched his first triple-double as a member of the Kings and Malik Monk hit the Bulls with 20 points off the bench. In total, seven players scored in double figures for Sacramento as they knocked off the Bulls by a final of 110-101 to extend their win streak to three games.

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