Falling double star!The Kings broke a seven-game losing streak with irving 14, 3 and 2 and Harden 4 and 8 and 12


Earlier in the day, the Nets lost to the Kings in back-to-back NBA regular-season games, snapping a seven-game losing streak with oden and the Kings.Start, the first half of the two sides played very fierce, the score alternately lead, the second half of the nets 11-0 lead 9 points.The Kings went on a 9-0 run in the second quarter as the two teams battled a 10-point deficit and Mills hit three straight 3s to stabilize the situation.Halftime, nets 62-54 Kings.Blake Griffin scored five straight points to keep the nets ahead, and the Kings responded with an 8-0 run that cut the Nets’ lead to three through three quarters.In the fourth quarter, the Kings continued to turn the tide, harden’s turnovers, the Nets lost.The Kings turned the tables on the Nets, ending a seven-game losing streak and handing them six in a row.A series of high-intensity plays finally overwhelmed Ou, who had 14 points on 5-of-15 shooting and just 2 points on 1-of-7 shooting in the second half.Surprisingly, Harden was off his game, shooting four points on 11 shots, adding eight rebounds, 12 assists and six turnovers.In this regard, both the coach commented on harden’s state.Nash felt that he was not tired, but that he had no strength in his legs, and that the team had no gas in the tank.Gentry marveled, saying he’d never seen Harden score four points in 37 minutes.Nets legend Corey Kittles said the Kings are playing with pride, and the Nets have no leaders to step up.

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