Kings forward John Salmons couldn't fault Sacramento's defense Friday night.
The Memphis Grizzlies shot 43.6 percent and scored 85 points.
But when you play offense as badly as the Kings did at FedExForum, there wasn't much bragging about the defense.
Sacramento established season lows in scoring, shooting percentage and assists in an 85-69 loss to the Grizzlies.
"On offense, we were stagnant and weren't hitting shots early in the game," Salmons said. "We were turning the ball over. We could never get in sync offensively."
The loss dropped the Kings to 3-15 on the road overall and 1-10 in away games against Western Conference teams.
They have lost their last six games in Memphis, last winning on Feb. 20, 2009.
Sacramento on Friday shot 34.1 percent, worse than the 36.0 percent they shot in a Nov. 2 loss at Minnesota. That game was also the previous low in scoring (80).
The Kings managed only nine assists against Memphis. Their previous low was 13 twice, the last time coming Nov. 18 against Brooklyn.
Sacramento had only 30 points at halftime, also a season worst and the fewest the Grizzlies have allowed in a half this season.
Kings' offense fizzles in loss to Memphis
Sacramento Bee | Jan 19