Danilo Gallinari has 23 points, five assists and three blocks after three quarters, as the Denver Nuggets are well on their way to their fifth straight victory after building a 94-65 lead over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday at Power Balance Pavilion. Five Nuggets players have already reached double-figures in scoring, and the team is red-hot from the field, despite shooting just 2-of-11 from three-point range.
Denver finished the third 39-of-68 from the floor, good for 57 percent shooting. Center Nene has 16 points on 6-of-9 shooting, while Andre Miller, who got the start in the backcourt tonight, has 15 points and 10 assists thus far on 7-of-9 shooting. Ty Lawson (11 points) and reserve forward Al Harrington (10 points) have also contributed in the first three quarters.
Three Kings scorers have reached double-figures, led by rookie Jimmer Fredette, who has 13 points.