McLemore hit four of 10 3-point attempts in the loss.
Gay is dealing with a left patellar tendon strain, while McLemore has a right forearm contusion. Neither injury is expected to keep either player from being available Friday.
After suffering a wrist injury during Wednesday's contest,
It appears the injury will not prevent McLemore from playing in Friday's game against the Hornets. In 67 games, McLemore is averaging 11.8 points and 2.9 rebounds.
McLemore made three of his four three-point attempts in the contest and made all four of his free-throw attempts. McLemore played a team-most 41 minutes. This marks the second-most points McLemore has scored in a game during his two-year NBA career. It's also a season-best for him.
It's the third game in a row that McLemore has scored in double figures.
''He was making some jump shots and ran the court pretty well,'' Kings coach George Karl said. ''He has been getting some good looks but has been hitting the front of the rim. He's working on his game, the confidence is coming and tonight he was a guy who I couldn't take off the floor.''
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins scored 20 points and had 14 rebounds in 34 minutes. Forward Rudy Gay scored 26 on 9-of-17 shooting from the field.
McLemore turned in his highest point total since Dec. 21, matching his season high with four makes from three-point range in the efficient shooting performance. He also tallied three steals, two rebounds and two assists in 40 minutes. The Kings will match up with the Mavericks Thursday.
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