The Bogdan Bogdanovic reserve set career marks with 31 points and seven triples, and the Sacramento Kings won the Phoenix Suns 120-116.
Bogdanovic scored 11 of 14 field shots, scored 7 of 9 triples, including four and 14 of 16 Sacramento points during a run in the second quarter, then scored three more from the perimeter in the fourth period.
The 27-year-old Serbian scored 11 points in the last 12 minutes, including his seventh triple, which did 106-91.
Richaun Holmes added a double-double of 20 points and 15 rebounds, and Harrison Barnes added 15 points.
For the Suns the leading scorer was Devin Booker, with 30 goals. Kelly Oubre Jr., and the reserve Mikal Bridges added 20 each.
The Spanish player Ricky Rubio contributed a point in 16 minutes of action by making 1 of 2 free throws, got a rebound and delivered two assists. Rubio did not play Monday’s loss to the Boston Celtics due to back spasms.