The Kings lost in double overtime, but that doesn’t diminish the monster night DeMarcus Cousins had in Sacramento. Not only did Cousins set a new career-high, he also broke the single-game franchise record of 51 points set by Chris Webber and he set a new NBA scoring for the season. DMC also did something not done since 2006, that he won’t be bragging about.
DeMarcus Cousins' 56 points are most scored by a player in a loss since Kobe dropped 58 against the Bobcats in 2006. pic.twitter.com/uFab0DypIj
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