SACRAMENTO --Playing his first game in nearly three weeks, Kevin Martin scored 20 points and the Sacramento Kings snapped a six-game losing streak by beating the Los Angeles Clippers 92-90 Tuesday night. The Kings won despite scoring only two points in the final 4:28. The Clippers were also inept down the stretch, failing to score in the last 3:03 while losing their fourth straight game.
The lead went back and forth in the final quarter until both teams went cold. Brad Miller put the Kings ahead 92-90 on two free throws with 45.7 seconds left and Sacramento won for the first time this season when trailing in the fourth quarter.
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