Kings’ large rally falls brief in 112-106 loss to Miami Heat

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Source:   —  April 02, 2016, at 10:59 AM

Luol Deng made a three-pointer with 45.7 seconds to play to give Miami a 110-104. The Kings slice Miami’s 24-point lead to one in the fourth quarter.

Kings’ large rally falls brief in 112-106 loss to Miami Heat

Gerald Green scored a season-high thirty points to assistance Miami construct a large lead as the Heat defeated the Kings 112-106 on Friday night at Sleep Train Arena.

Luol Deng made a three-pointer with 45.7 seconds to play to give Miami a 110-104. The Kings slice Miami’s 24-point lead to one in the fourth quarter.

Miami had two key bench contributors. Middle Hassan Whiteside had thirteen rebounds and three blocks. The former Kings draft choose was a force around the rim without the defense of DeMarcus Cousins, serving a one-game suspension after his sixteenth technical foul of the season Wednesday. Heat rookie reserve Justise Winslow had twelve points.

Kings 30-46, Miami 44-31

Kings guard Marco Belinelli (sore right foot) missed his fourth consecutive game, and forward Omri Casspi (right hamstring strain) left the game in the first half. Miami was without guard Dwyane Wade (neck, back soreness).

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