Lords point watch De'Aaron Fox remained before the cameras with mouthpieces, voice recorders, cellphones and many eyeballs on him following a 117-115 misfortune to the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday night at Golden 1 Center.

Fox accused himself. It wasn't completely his issue, however he was on the floor when the Kings (13-23) were the most altogether defeated by the Pelicans (12-24).

Fox completed with 17 focuses, five helps, three bounce back, one take and three turnovers. He made 2 of 3 from 3-point extend however hit just 5 of 14 from the field and 5 of 11 from the free-toss line.

"I was terrible in each part of the game," said Fox, who was 8 of 8 at the foul line in Thursday's triumph over the Memphis Grizzlies. "I was out there in time to take care of business and simply didn't make plays for us. … Missed free tosses, missed layups. I wasn't extraordinary protectively today around evening time, so … "

So they lost.

They lost another of those games they need to begin winning on the off chance that they will stay among a gathering of seven groups right now competing for the eighth spot in the Western Conference. They lost since Fox missed layups and free tosses. They lost since Buddy Hield submitted seven turnovers. They lost on the grounds that the group submitted an aggregate of 21 turnovers.

So they lost. How, precisely, did they lose this time?

First off …

The Kings were outscored 22-8 to begin the game with their starters on the floor. Fox, Hield, Harrison Barnes, Nemanja Bjelica and Richaun Holmes began as normal and the Kings were trailing by 14 when Trevor Ariza entered the game for Fox at the 5:16 imprint.

Everyone scored for the Pelicans during that stretch. J.J. Redick, Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball did a large portion of the harm. Redick hit a 3-pointer following an awful pass by Fox, Jrue Holiday hit a 3-pointer following an awful pass by Hield and afterward Ball got a layup on a throw after a turnover by Barnes.

Besides ...

The Kings surrendered a 11-1 run in the subsequent quarter. Sacramento was driving by seven when Fox entered the game for Yogi Ferrell with 4:22 to play in the half, joining Hield, Ariza, Barnes and Holmes on the floor. Ferrell returned the game for Ariza in that run, however when it was over a 43-35 lead had transformed into a 46-44 shortage. A turnover by Holmes prompted a 3-pointer by Josh Hart. A turnover by Fox prompted a take by Ball and another 3-pointer by Hart.

What's more, fourth of all …

The Kings drove 80-76 to begin the final quarter. They were on their home floor against a Pelicans group that was playing on the second night of a consecutive in the wake of losing to the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night.

Open location broadcaster Scott Moak and in-game hosts Scott Freshour and Katerina Kountouris carried out their responsibilities to get the group moving. What did the Kings do? They got outscored 10-0 to begin the fourth with Fox, Cory Joseph, Ariza, Bjelica and Holmes on the floor.

Ingram made a 3-pointer. Hart made two or three free tosses subsequent to being fouled by Joseph and tossed down a dunk following a turnover by Ariza. Ball made a 3-pointer following a turnover by Fox. Abruptly the Kings were trailing 86-80.

In spite of all that, the Kings were still in the game until Hield was whistled for an individual foul and afterward a specialized foul that brought about a four-point ownership for the Pelicans, who went up 94-85 with 7:37 remaining. Sacramento Kings Tickets at Tix2games

At long last ...

The six players who logged the most minutes were on the floor when the Kings were most completely outflanked. They were somewhere around 14 with 4:04 to play. They made an insane rebound to tie the game on a four-point play by Bjelica with 4.2 seconds remaining, yet then they lost in the wake of surrendering a layup to Redick with 1.1 seconds left.

"Extreme approach to lose, however the message and the principle learning point is that it's in the subtleties," Kings mentor Luke Walton said. "Once more, it was lost with our 21 turnovers — 29 focuses (off) 21 turnovers."

The Kings were outscored 41-35 in the fourth time frame. The Pelicans had a 12-5 preferred position in focuses off turnovers in the last time frame.

"We can't surrender 41 focuses in the final quarter," Walton said. "It's not OK."

Fox accused himself, however partners said he wasn't the just one to blame for the misfortune.

"He put it on himself?" Hield said. "Man, it's a group game. Now and again I don't play well and they shot in the arm, so we must get him, as well. It's a group game, without a doubt. As a pioneer, you should state something to that effect and we regard that since he needs to win, yet … we must get him in any case."

Lords forthcoming timetable

Jan. 6 versus Brilliant State, 7 p.m.

Jan. 7 at Phoenix, 6 p.m.

Jan. 10 versus Milwaukee, 7 p.m.

Jan. 13 versus Orlando, 7 p.m.

Jan. 15 versus Dallas Mavericks