Sacramento Kings Roll Minnesota Timberwolves 115-99

The Sacramento Kings utilized another dominant second half effort to put away the Minnesota Timberwolves. Sacramento broke a 57-all tie with a 58-42 second half advantage in points, utilizing efficient scoring (46% shooting from the field), but more effectively by moving the basketball (21 assists for the Kings to only 11 turnovers) while playing ball-hawk basketball (Sacramento forced 21 Minnesota turnovers).

Marcus Thornton led the way with 24 points, five rebounds and four assists, Isaiah Thomas added 18 points, John Salmons put in 15 points, Jason Thompson added 13 points and 10 rebounds, Chuck Hayes put in 12 points and eight rebounds, and Donte Greene added 11 points and seven rebounds. Kevin Love had 21 points and 11 rebounds to lead Minnesota, with Derrick Williams chipping in 16 and 9 in support.

It got so good for Sacramento that Tyler Honeycutt was throwing down on Michael Beasley.

Tyler Honeycutt Dunks on Michael Beasley (via kingsflix)



To discuss the game with Kings fans, head on over to Sactown Royalty. To talk about the game with Timberwolves fans, go to Canis Hoopus.

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