SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Harrison Barnes hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer after catching an inbounds pass from the opposite end of the court and the Sacramento Kings beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 100-98 on Saturday night.
Barnes finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds. De’Aaron Fox had 36 points and six assists, and Richaun Holmes added 10 points and 14 rebounds. Sacramento has won four straight, matching its longest streak of the season.
Cleveland’s Collin Sexton scored 26 points, including a layup with 1.6 seconds remaining after Holmes was called for goaltending.
That made it 98-97. Fox then heaved the ball from one baseline to Harrison, who caught the ball and took a few steps before launching a 26-footer as the buzzer sounded. As soon as the ball went through the net, Kings players stormed the court and mobbed Barnes. The play was reviewed and upheld.
Darius Garland had 18 points for Cleveland.