Sacramento Kings Postgame Notes Portland Trail Blazers (22-16) vs. Sacramento Kings (19-18) The Sacramento Kings fall to the Portland Trail Blazers 113-108 in front of a sold out crowd at Golden 1 Center as the Kings have now dropped four straight to Portland. Sacramento was down by 14 at the halftime break as they were able to cut it to six by the end of the third. Sacramento would make a push with a 10-2 run that would help them retake the lead with 9:09 to go in the fourth for their first lead of the game since being up 33-32 with 8:52 remaining in the second quarter. The Kings would wind up going on a 24-9 run to go up 101-92 for their largest lead of the game with 3:10 left in the final frame. Over the next three minutes, Sacramento would go 1-for-9 from the field as Portland would storm back with a 11-2 run to force the game into overtime. In the overtime period, the Kings limited the Blazers to just three field goals on nine tries, but Sacramento went 1-for-11 from the field, including 1-of-6 from beyond the arc in the overtime period. TEAM Sacramento ended the night going 44-for-115 (.383) from the field, as they shot under .400 percent for the third time this season and move to 1-2 in games when shooting below the .400 percent threshold. The Kings now hold a record of 4-14 when being outshot by their opponent. The Kings finished with 30 fast break points on the night as they have now done so on seven different occasions, moving to 4-3 in games when they score 30-plus fast break points. Portland finished the night with 11 steals and 10 blocks, which ties for the most steals and blocks in a game by an opponent this season. Portland has now had 11 steals in two games and 10 blocks in three games this season. PLAYERS Buddy Hield ended the night with a game-high 27 points while Nemanja Bjelica totaled 14 points and 16 rebounds. Bjelica totaled five offensive rebounds to go with 11 on the defensive end, tying his career-highs while setting a new career-high with 16 boards as he picked up his fourth double-double on the season. Damian Lillard finished with 25 points going 8-for-21 from the field and a perfect 8-of-8 from the charity stripe as 14 of his 25 points came in the fourth quarter and overtime period. Jusuf Nurkic collected 24 points, 23 rebounds, seven assists, five blocks and five steals while also knocking down 14 free throws on 16 tries. Nurkic becomes the first player in NBA history with a line of 24 points, 23 rebounds, five blocks and five steals, according to Basketball Reference.