Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
The Brooklyn Nets won convincingly on Saturday, defeating the Sacramento Kings 113-93.
The Nets offense generated an abundance of high percentage shots, as the team shot 53 percent from the floor compared to the Kings' 40 percent shooting. Brooklyn also had an impressive night at the free throw line, sinking 18 of their 21 free throws.
The Nets had balanced scoring on Saturday, with six players scoring in double-figures. Brook Lopez led the team in scoring with 18 points, while Andray Blatche, MarShon Brooks and Deron Williams each scored 15 points. Mirza Teletovic and Joe Johnson were the other Brooklyn players in double figures, with 14 points apiece.