Here's my look at some of the best and worst performances from the 76ers' 114-107 victory over  the Sacramento Kings at Wells Fargo Center on Friday:

Best performance: How could anyone not give this award to DeMarcus Cousins? The Kings center basically dominated most of the defenders the Sixers put on him. The 6-foot-11, 270-pounder finished with game highs of 39 points and 24 rebounds. This was his 40th double-double of the season.

Worst performance: At one point, I thought strongly about giving this award to Andre Miller. But at least he had seven rebounds and six assists. His teammate, Ben McLemore, was just awful. That's why he gets the award. He made 2 of 7 shots en route to finishing with four points. He also had two rebounds and two assists in 30 minutes, 34 seconds.

Best defensive performance:  This award goes to Jerami Grant. The Sixers rookie finished with a game-high four blocked shots and three steals. The 6-8 reserve also had 13 points  on 5-for-7 shooting.

Best performance by a Sixer: Henry Sims had to get this one on a night teammate Nerlens Noel finished with fifth straight double-double. The reserve center scored eight points in 4 of 5 shooting. He also four rebound and a steal in 11:36. Not bad for someone who sat on the bench in the past three games.

Worst statistic:  This goes to Isaiah Canaan's three-point shooting. He made just 1 of 7 three-point shots.

Best statistic: Sacramento's 42 points in the second quarter gets this one. The made 14 of 19  (73.7 percent) shots.

Worst of the Worst: This goes to Cousins' teammates.  While he made 12 of 24 shots, his teammates were 23 of 63 for the game.