DeMarre Carroll scored 22 points and Jarrett Allen had a career-high 16 points along with a double-double, but it wasn't enough as the Nets fell to the Kings, 116-111, in overtime Thursday night on the West Coast.
Carroll tied the game with a 3-pointer with 29 seconds left in regulation and Spencer Dinwiddie then got to the line to hit two free throws, but De'Aaron Fox forced overtime with a floater as time expired and then proceeded to star in the single period of extra time. Dinwiddie had eight points and five assists in the loss.
The Nets were outscored, 16-11, in overtime. With the loss, the Nets dropped to 20-43 on the season and have now lost 14 of their last 16 games. Brooklyn is 0-5 in overtime games this season.
D'Angelo Russell had a game-high 11 assists, but struggled with his shooting and turnovers, especially in overtime. He kicked in 15 points of his own.
Coming into the matchup, the Kings had lost four straight at home. Sacramento is now 19-43 on the year. Bogdan Bogdanovic hit the go-ahead shot from the baseline with 1:06 left in overtime, then added a pair of free throws to help lift the Kings to victory. He scored a game-high 23 points in the win. >> Read more
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The Nets continue their road trip when they face the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.