D'Angelo Russell scored a career-high 27 points including 19 in the second half in the Los Angeles Lakers' game on Thursday against the Sacramento Kings.

Russell had 11 points in the fourth quarter before rolling his ankle.

"Y'all ain't seen nothing yet," Russell said of his performance. "That's all I'm going to say. ... The world hasn't seen anything yet."

"I thought he played great," Byron Scott said.

Russell was moved to a bench role to give him a bigger part in the offense overlapping with Kobe Bryant for fewer minutes.