The Kings rarely hear this from the opposition after a game: "They just kicked our (butt)," Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson said. "Period. Simple, point blank. That was a good old-fashioned (butt) whoopin'." That it was. The Kings had their way in their most lopsided win of the season, a 121-79 rout of the Bulls on Wednesday night at Sleep Train Arena. The 42-point victory margin surpassed the previous high of 36 points (119-83) against the Charlotte Bobcats on March 3. It also was the Kings' most lopsided victory since Jan. 2, 1993, when they dominated the Philadelphia 76ers 154-98. The Kings ended a five-game losing streak to the Bulls, who suffered their worst defeat this season. Chicago had lost by 32 (128-96) to the Denver Nuggets on Feb. 7. Sacramento also posted its most one-sided victory over Chicago, topping a 39-point win (119-80) on Feb. 8, 2000.
Minus an injured Cousins, Kings rout Bulls
Sacramento Bee | Mar 14