Kings mount late rally to dispatch Pistons

De’Aaron Fox put up a game-high 33 points, Kevin Huerter contributed a pair of 3-pointers to a late rally and the Sacramento Kings won their sixth straight game Sunday afternoon, outlasting the visiting Detroit Pistons 137-129.Huerter finished with 24 points and Harrison Barnes 27 for the Kings, who completed a four-game sweep at home against Golden State, Brooklyn, San Antonio and Detroit.Rookie Jaden Ivey had 24 points to pace the Pistons, who lost their seventh straight, including their third in a row to begin a six-game Western swing.The tightly contested game saw the Pistons go up 117-110 on a Cory Joseph 3-pointer with 8:15 to go and retain a 124-119 advantage after two Marvin Bagley III free throws at the 5:27 mark before the Kings took charge.First, Huerter followed a Fox dunk with a 3-pointer to draw the Kings even for the first time in the fourth quarter at 124-all with 3:23 to go.Then, after Ivey sandwiched a Barnes dunk with a free throw and short-range hoop to put the visitors back on top by one, Huerter buried two- and 3-point hoops and Fox added a 18-footer in a 7-0 burst that opened a six-point lead in the final minute.Fox and Barnes swished a pair of game-clinching free throws after that, capping Sacramento’s third consecutive game with at least 130 points.