SACRAMENTO -- Kobe Bryant's injured finger is no problem, as he proved while waving goodbye to Sacramento.
Bryant scored 29 points, Vladimir Radmanovic matched his season high with 21 and the Los Angeles Lakers stayed on track for the Pacific Division title with a 114-92 victory over the Kings on Sunday night.
The Lakers ended their longtime rivals' four-game winning streak with an outstanding second half, with Bryant scoring 14 points and hitting three 3-pointers in the first 6:02 after halftime. Los Angeles has won four in a row in Sacramento.
Pau Gasol added 20 points and nine rebounds for Los Angeles.
Kevin Martin scored 22 points for the Kings, who simply seemed exhausted after winning at Denver one night earlier.
"We ran out of gas," Martin said. "They came in here with some rested legs. We played a hard-fought game last night with only seven or eight players. You can't always say that's an excuse, but you can just tell we ran out of gas."
Bryant drew cheers from the thousands of Lakers fans who infiltrated Arco Arena to start "MVP!" chants during the third-quarter run.
After Sacramento's reserves cut the lead to 12 points, Bryant hit one last 3-pointer with 2:45 to play, putting the Lakers up 110-88 -- and Kobe then waved goodbye to the Sacramento crowd as he ran back downcourt.
"The best player in the league came out and just took over," Martin said. "He got his team going."