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The Golden State Warriors coming from the recent narrow loss to the Houston Rockets, the Warriors now set to take on the Sacramento Kings.
The Warriors will be aiming to shake off their recent lost and take it out on the Sacramento Kings while they prove to the world they are worth defending champions.
According to records, the The Kings have dropped three games in a row by an average of five points per loss
And of course, obviously things don’t get any easier on Saturday night when they face the four-headed monster that is the Golden State Warriors.
The back to back Champions, Golden State Warriors can both score and defend at a high-level
Whereby, this definitely means the Kings will need to execute to near-perfection on both ends of the floor to have any hope of breaking their short-lived losing streak.
The Golden State Warriors have been a little shaky lately as they’ve lost three of their last five games and they will be looking to bounce back after falling just short against the Rockets in a 135-134 overtime loss at home on Thursday.
Stephen Curry led the team with 35 points and six assists, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson each scored 26 points while Draymond Green chipped in with nine points, 11 rebounds and eight assists.
As a team, the Warriors shot 52 percent from the field and 14 of 37 from the 3-point line as they seemingly had complete control of the game after pouring in 70 points in the first half
But they still couldn’t get the win as they had no answer for the Rockets’ James Harden who poured in a triple-double with 44 points including the game winner with one second left in overtime.
With the loss, Golden State dropped to 25-14 overall and 15-6 at home.
The Golden State Warriors may be a bit tired coming into tonight’s contest after their one point loss to the Houston RocketsThursday night.
The game was close throughout, eventually ending in overtime, and the three Golden State stars all played significant minutes.
Steph Curry recorded over 40 minutes, Kevin Durant played 42 of his own, while Klay Thompson finished with a smidgen over 43.
Of course, base on their records and performance, The Sacramento Kings were in a close battle of their own two nights ago.
But their three best players saw far fewer minutes: De’Aaron Fox with 28, Bogdan Bogdanovic with 29, and Buddy Hield with 34.
Sacramento’s run-and-gun offense should give them an extra boost against a tired and sore Golden State squad, especially with the home crowd in the Golden 1 Center behind them.
Meanwhile, it’s pretty obvious, the Sacramento Kings have faced the Warriors twice already this season, and while they lost both contests
And obviously according to records, it’s Shows that Only six total points separated the two teams between the pair of defeats
And of course, including a late surge and collapse three weeks ago over the final few minutes, the Golden State Warriors ended the game on a 17 – 2 run.