Domantas Sabonis-led Sacramento Kings, who are on road to end the regular season with a win record for the first time since 2005-06 season, defeated Devin Booker's Phoenix Suns by eight points at the Golden 1 Center on Friday night. During the game, the Kings fans raise the roof with their 'Light The Beam' chants as the home side were on the brink of winning their 44th match in the season.
Despite Kings guard De'Aaron Fox suffering a hamstring injury, which ruled him out of the game, in the third quarter, Sacramento defeated the Suns as center Domantas Sabonis and guard Kevin Huerter stepped up in his absence. The Kings duo racked up 56 points as Sabonis made 27 points, nine assists and rebounds while Huerter recorded 29 points, five assists and nine rebounds.
After trailing the game by 11 points in the first half, the Kings made a comeback in the third quarter to lead by eight point with just one quarter remaining. When the Kings were almost on the verge of winning the game, the home crowd started chanting Light The Beam.
Watch the video here:
The 'Kings victory beam', which was phrased early in the ongoing season and was inspired by the MLB's Los Angeles Angels, who activate a halo in the sky following a win.
Watch Kings' 'Light the Beam':
For the Suns, Devin Booker recorded game-high 32 points followed by Terrence Ross with 30 points, however, they failed to win the game. On Saturday night, the Kings will host Utah Jazz while the Suns are scheduled to face Philadelphia 76ers at the Footprint Center.
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