During a hot stretch of shooting in the fourth quarter, the Suns made five shots in a row. Sacramento countered, however, with seven straight shots without a miss and the Kings needed that run to hold off Phoenix.
At the end of the Kings' streak of baskets they had a 116-105 lead with 2:44 to play. They still were not able to put away the Suns until Tyreke Evans made two free throws with 16 seconds to go that boosted Sacramento six points in front.
Michael Beasley scored 24 points for the Suns.
There are three teams in the Western Conference with at least 40 losses this year and this was a matchup of two of them.
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