Lightning dropped by kings 117-111


With eight members of the team in health and safety protocols, OKC squared off with Sacramento to boost their playoff hopes.

The Thunder got off to a great start with Lu Dort dropping in with a third. It was his 46th straight game with a treble. He has 19.

OKC took the lead at the end of the first game when Gabriel Deck hit a triple to give the Thunder a 34-32 lead. The Thunder hit thirteen points in the first half.

In the second, Buddy Hield hit a pair of three-pointers to help Sacramento extend the lead. The Kings had a four-point lead at halftime. Hield made 21 appearances from the bench.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander hit a windfall and a layup to keep the Thunder sustained in the second half. He finished the game with 33 points, 5 goals and 5 assists. OKC follows six after three.

But in the fourth round, Tyrese Haliburton kept the accelerator. He hit an extremely difficult triple with Aaron Wiggins all over him. Halliburton had a team high of 24 when the Kings took down the Thunder 117-111.

OKC had little time to think about the loss as they faced Phoenix on Wednesday night.

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