The Kings on Friday were dealt a loss by the Raptors in their first summer league, losing 88-47 in Las Vegas.

There were, however, bright spots for Sacramento. Last year's first-round pick Willie Cauley-Stein tied for a team-high in scoring with seven points. He also finished with three assists and five rebounds.

Malachi Richardson, a rookie guard out of Syracuse, also finished with seven points, as did fellow draft mate and Kentucky product Skal Labissiere.

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Duje Dukan chipped in six points, and Retin Obasohan added four.

The Raptors saw four players finished with double-digit points, with Norman Powell leading the way with 13.

The Kings were without 2016 top pick Georgios Papagiannis, as the 7-footer was held out by the team with a precautionary MRI scheduled Saturday.

Isaiah Cousins also did not play, per coach's decision.