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Domantas Sabonis Made Sacramento Kings History Against Bucks

Domantas Sabonis made Sacramento Kings history.

On Tuesday evening, the Sacramento Kings hosted the Milwaukee Bucks in California. 

The Kings won by a score of 129-94, and De'Aaron Fox led the way with 29 points. 

Domantas Sabonis had a fantastic performance with 22 points, 11 rebounds, eight assists and one steal while shooting 10/14 from the field in 34 minutes of playing time.

He also made Kings history. 

Via "Domantas Sabonis sets a new Kings franchise record with 47 consecutive double-doubles in a single season, passing Jerry Lucas (46, 1967-68)."

Sabonis is having an excellent season and is averaging 20.1 points, 13.5 rebounds and 8.4 assists per contest while shooting 61.5% from the field and 42.0% from the three-point range in 64 games.  

With the victory, the Kings improved to 37-27 in 64 games, which has them as the seventh seed in the Western Conference. 

They have gone 6-4 over their last ten games and are 18-12 in the 30 games they have played at home in Sacramento.  

Following the Bucks, the Kings will play their next game on Wednesday evening when they host LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers. 

As for the Bucks, they dropped to 42-24 in 66 games, which has them as the second seed in the Eastern Conference. 

They have gone 7-3 over their last ten games and are now 17-17 in 34 games on the road. 

Following the Kings, the Bucks will play their next game on Thursday evening when they return home to host the Philadelphia 76ers in Wisconsin.