The only thing that stopped DeMarcus Cousins from scoring on Monday night was his sixth foul.
Cousins set a Sacramento record with 56 points, most by an NBA player this season, but the Charlotte Hornets beat the Kings 129-128 in double overtime after Troy Daniels hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 9 seconds left.
Daniels made eight 3s and scored a career-high 28 points, enough to help the Hornets overcome a dominant performance down low by Cousins. The All-Star center grabbed 12 rebounds before fouling out early in the second overtime. He surpassed his previous career best of 48 points set one game earlier in Saturday's victory over Indiana.
"He's so gifted and...