Fox and Barnes decide the Kings’ fourth consecutive win

The base DeAaron Fox, with 36 goals, including 20 in the fourth period, was once again the winning leader of the Sacramento Kings, which were imposed by 100-98 to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Meanwhile, the eaves Harrison Barnes He got a double-double of 16 points and 11 rebounds – all defensive – and the basket that decided the victory of the Sacramento team.

Barnes hit a 3-pointer as the late-game horn sounded after catching an on-field pass he received from Fox from the opposite end of the court.

For his part, the rookie point guard Tyrese haliburton scored 13 points and was the third highest scorer of the Kings, which had all five headlines with two-digit numbers.

The pivot Richan holmes he finished as the leader in the inside game with a double-double of 10 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and put up five blocks. And the jamaican escort Buddy hield completed the list with 10 more.

For the Cavaliers, the base Collin sexton, who missed the previous two games due to physical ailments, had 26 points as the leading scorer.

The escort Darius garland scored 18 points and the power forward Larry Nance Jr. he added 17 points, nine rebounds, five assists and two ball recoveries for the Cavaliers (17-29), who lost the second consecutive game.