Warriors Lose nail biter to Kings 134-133


By Steven Luker

Kings 134 -Warriors 133

Nail biter game

The Warriors game went down to the wire against the Kings and the Warriors failed to get the final shot off  when they were on their final possession with the loss 134 to 133 a one point difference. This is the third straight game between the Warriors and Kings game that was decided by a single point and the Warriors are now one and two this season in these kind of match ups.

Wild Finish

After the Warriors played most of the game, The Warriors rallied with a seven points deficit with four minutes left of the game. Kuminga got things started with this comeback with an and 1 and then Curry later connected with Kuminga for a Alley Oop slam that brought the Warriors within one with a minute and 22 seconds left of the game. In fact the Warriors shortly had the lead when Jonathan Kuminga threw down a shot with 47 point one seconds left in the fourth quarter and this accounted for the final two of his 14 point total in the game during the half. Kuminga finished the game with 31 points. Kuminga also ended the game with five rebounds.

First Half fireworks

Stephen Curry wasn’t the only one with knocking down any triples. He was joined by the Warriors players on both sides; the Warriors went 12 for 20 in three pointers in the first half. The Kings on the other hand went 13 for 24 from the distance. The Warriors center Dario Saric made his first four triples with three of them coming in the second quarter in which the Warriors made 40 points in this period. 

Some key stats

Draymond Green in the game had eleven assists in the game. Kuminga who was on the bench was the lead scorer on the bench with 31 points.

Next for Warriors

After the Warriors split the first two games of their current four game homestand, they will host the Lakers on Saturday.

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