The Sacramento Kings defeated the New Jersey Nets on Tuesday night 153-121 thanks to Terence Davis' 31 points off the bench and a strong second-quarter run. This was the Sacramento Kings' fourth straight victory.

The Kings scored the most points in a game in nearly 30 years thanks to Kevin Huerter's 19 points and Domantas Sabonis' 17 points. 

Following an 0-4 start to coach Mike Brown's debut season, Sacramento has won seven of its last nine games.

It's a fantastic sensation, Brown remarked. It's the reason we work as a team. Off the bench, we've had individuals produce on several occasions.

Brooklyn was led by Kevin Durant's 27 points, but the Nets were helpless against Sacramento on defense. 

The 153 points given up were the most ever in a Nets regulation game.

Our intentions were good, Durant said. "They hit the target. The fact that you can see teams making shots is discouraging.

The Kings had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play on national television, thus the game was eagerly anticipated in Sacramento.

They took advantage of their chance by putting on a commanding effort that was propelled by a 27-4 second-quarter run.

Sacramento didn't miss a shot for nearly six minutes after Davis' 3-pointer, which broke a 40-40 tie midway through the period, got things going.