French playmaker Tony Parker scored 25 points and added seven assists to spark the NBA-leading San Antonio Spurs past Sacramento 113-100 on Friday.
San Antonio's Richard Jefferson and Tiago Splitter each added 16 points, Splitter matching a career-best with nine rebounds, while Tim Duncan added 12 points and DeJuan Blair contributed 10 points and 12 rebounds.
The Spurs improved to a league-best 42-8 with their 13th triumph in the past 15 starts and defeated the Kings for the 11th time in a row, a streak dating to 2007.
Sacramento's Tyreke Evans scored 25 points while Beno Udrih added 18 points and Carl Landry scored 17 for the Kings.
Parker scored 16 first-half points, 12 in the opening quarter, and the Spurs built a 61-43 half-time edge.