Last year's NBA Summer League champions, the Kings weren't able to repeat this year, but they did close this year's showing with an impressive win in the consolation round on Friday.
The Kings entered halftime trailing the Heat 51-26, only to stage a miraculous comeback and win their final game 73-68 in overtime. Sacramento at one point faced a 27-point deficit, but the Kings ripped off a 27-0 run during a third quarter in which they outscored the Heat 27-4 on their way to the victory.
The Kings were led by DeAndre Liggins, who totaled 14 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals in 33 minutes. Willie-Cauley Stein and Duje Dukan each scored 12, with the Kings first-round draft pick also grabbing nine rebounds -- six offensive -- in 32 minutes.
"We just got stops," Cauley-Stein said after the win. "Our defense translated into offense."
David Stockton scored 11 points and had five assists, but turned the ball over six times. And Eric Moreland snagged 10 rebounds to go along with seven points.
The Kings finished their 2015 Las Vegas Summer League with a 2-3 record.