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Kings vs. Thunder final score: Isaiah Thomas goes off, but Sacramento loses 108-93

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Isaiah Thomas had a big night, but it wasn't enough for the Kings.

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Isaiah Thomas scored a career-high 38 points on 11-18 shooting, but the Kings fell to the Thunder 108-93 on Sunday. The Kings hung tight in the first half and trailed by just five at the break. But the Thunder broke it open in the third and never really looked back.

Carl Landry made his season debut for the Kings. He played most of the fourth quarter, finishing with 6 points and 4 rebounds in nine minutes. He has missed the entire season to date with a torn hip flexor after signing a four-year deal with the Kings in July.

DeMarcus Cousins broke the Sacramento-era record for consecutive double-doubles with his 14th. That's also the longest streak in the NBA this season. Boogie finished with 16 points on 6-17 shooting and 14 rebounds. Rudy Gay was thoroughly outplayed by Kevin Durant, who scored 30 on 10-15 shooting. Gay scored six on 3-7 shooting before being ejected with two techs in the second half. We'll call it a mercy ejection.

Kings play again on Tuesday in New Orleans. Good, Bad and Ugly will be here Monday.