LOS ANGELES — Al Thornton scored 13 of his 27 points after regulation, Corey Maggette added 22 and the Los Angeles Clippers rallied from a 17-point deficit to beat Sacramento 116-109 Wednesday night, keeping the Kings winless against Pacific Division teams.
Beno Udrih scored 25 points and Mikki Moore had 20 for the Kings, who have lost six of their last seven. Ron Artest sat out because of a sore right foot and shooting guard Kevin Martin was sidelined with a bruised right thumb.
Sacramento has dropped five of its last seven against the Clippers after winning each of the previous 14 meetings. The Kings are 0-9 this season against division rivals — the only team in the league that hasn't beaten a club from its own division.
The Clippers never trailed in the second overtime. Dan Dickau, who missed a potential winning 3-pointer in the final second of the first overtime, got the Clippers going in the second extra period with a 3-point basket. Los Angeles ended the game with a 10-4 run.
Dickau scored a season-high 20 points, helping Los Angeles end a six-game losing streak. Chris Kaman had 17 points and 11 rebounds in 36 minutes after averaging 23 points and 16.5 boards in the Clippers' previous two games against Sacramento.
The Kings led 60-43 on Moore's 19-footer with 9:33 left in the third quarter. They started the fourth with an eight-point advantage before the Clippers closed to 81-79 on a pair of free throws by Kaman, a layup by Thornton and two more free throws by Maggette.
Sacramento extended the margin to 89-82 on a 20-footer by Udrih with 2:26 left in the fourth period. But the Clippers went on a 9-2 spurt, tying it on a 3-pointer by Dickau and a 15-footer by Thornton with 18.6 seconds on the clock to force OT.