Somebody had to win, right? The teams entered the contest with a combined record of 2-12. Sacramento built a 16-point first quarter lead only to see the Wizards reel off 12 in a row, a run capped by Chris Singleton's three to begin the second period. The Kings recoved to lead by four at the break despite Singleton's 10 points. Nick Young's bucket to begin the fourth put the Wizards up three. The Kings answered with a 14-2 run, capped by Jimmer Fredette's bucket with 3:31 to play, and cruised in with the win. Fredette had 14 points and eight assists as one of six Kings to reach double digits. The Wizards got 17 points, seven rebounds and seven assists from John Wall, but he also had seven turnovers. Singleton finished with a career-high 14 points.