Sacramento Kings guard De’Aaron Fox, center, is greeted by teammates Buddy Hield, left, Malachi Richardson, second from left, and Garrett Temple, right, after the Kings defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 109-108 in an an NBA basketball game Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. Fox made what proved to be the game-winning shot for the Kings.
Sacramento Kings guard De’Aaron Fox, center, is greeted by teammates Buddy Hield, left, Malachi Richardson, second from left, and Garrett Temple, right, after the Kings defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 109-108 in an an NBA basketball game Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. Fox made what proved to be the game-winning shot for the Kings. Rich Pedroncelli AP
Sacramento Kings guard De’Aaron Fox, center, is greeted by teammates Buddy Hield, left, Malachi Richardson, second from left, and Garrett Temple, right, after the Kings defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 109-108 in an an NBA basketball game Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. Fox made what proved to be the game-winning shot for the Kings. Rich Pedroncelli AP

De’Aaron Fox ushered in new era for Kings with his first game-winner

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