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Kings 124, Warriors 95

November 27, 1999

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) _ Chris Webber had 20 points, nine rebounds and seven assists Friday night as the Sacramento Kings won their eighth straight game, 124-95 over the Golden State Warriors on Friday night.

The streak is the longest for the franchise since the Kansas City Kings won eight straight in December 1979.

Sacramento, which has an NBA-best 9-1 record, has consecutive regular-season games at Arco Arena over the last two years.

The Kings used a 13-0 run at the end of the third quarter and in the beginning of the fourth to take a 99-78 lead.

John Starks scored 16 points for the Warriors, who have lost four consecutive games. Antawn Jamison added 15 points and 14 rebounds.

Reserves Predrag Stojakovic and Scot Pollard had 14 points for the Kings and Nick Anderson added 13. Jason Williams finished with eight points and 12 assists.

Corliss Williamson scored 13 points and Vlade Divac also had 12 points and eight rebounds for Sacramento, which had all 12 players score.

Chris Mills scored 14 points for Golden State, Terry Cummings had 12 and Damon Jones added 11.

Sacramento came out strong to start the third quarter. Williams made two free throws and followed with a jumper, giving the Kings an 81-60 lead.

The Warriors answered right back, using a 14-3 run, cutting the lead to eight points. Webber made two free throws and Stojakovic connected on a 3-pointer with 12 seconds remaining, helping the Kings take a 91-78 lead into the fourth quarter.

Running at every opportunity, the Kings shot 62 percent in the second quarter, outscoring the Warriors 34-25. Williams made a 3-pointer with 4.9 seconds left, putting the Kings ahead 62-43 by halftime.

Notes: Anderson had the Kings’ final eight points in the first quarter, including two 3-point shots. ... Golden State, which has the NBA’s lowest field-goal percentage, made 9 of 26 first-quarter shots. ... After a poor first half, Starks scored nine points in the first five minutes of the second half. ... Williams had six assists in the third quarter.

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