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Willie Cauley-Stein scores 26 points off the bench for Sacramento in an 11-point win against Los Angeles.
In their first matchup since the Sweet 16 last college basketball season, De'Aaron Fox outscores Lonzo Ball 13-11 and the Kings top the Lakers.
Lakers give Willie Cauley-Stein a driving angle that would lead a strong one-handed slam.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope reads the play and takes it all the way for a two-handed slam, keeping the Lakers within distance against the Kings.
De'Aaron Fox loses the ball as Lonzo Ball picks it up and flips it to Kyle Kuzma, who misses an uncontested one-handed dunk.
Zach Randolph pump fakes Brook Lopez and sends it to De'Aaron Fox who finishes the play with a 3-pointer.
Lonzo Ball misses his 3-point attempt and De'Aaron Fox speeds to the other end to meet Ball and side-step over him for the layup.
Corey Brewer waits for Lonzo Ball to run the back screen and lobs him a perfect throw, and Ball finishes with a flashy one-handed alley-oop dunk.
Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma pass the ball to each other several times before Kuzma attacks the basket and finishes with a left-handed layup.
Lonzo Ball says when the Lakers play strong defense, it helps them on the offensive end. Ball also discusses the biggest change from college to the NBA game and why he's able to remain above the noise.
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