Warriors vs Kings: Prediction| Box score| Highlights

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The Warriors’ collapse in the final minutes against the Sacramento Kings was a glaring example of their struggles this season. Today we will discuss about Warriors vs Kings: Prediction| Box score| Highlights

Warriors vs Kings: Prediction| Box score| Highlights

The Golden State Warriors looked like they had defeated the Sacramento Kings. They looked like a team ready to advance to the knockout stage of the in-season tournament. Instead, they blew a 24-point lead and then somehow inexplicably blew a 5-point lead in the final minute.

The Warriors’ collapse in the final minutes against the Sacramento Kings was a glaring example of their struggles this season. Against the Kings, the team played brilliantly in the first 24 minutes, yet they were not able to perform brilliantly in 48 minutes of basketball.

Prediction

Warriors vs Kings: Prediction| Box score| Highlights

The point prop for Steph Curry and De’Aaron Fox is set at 29.5 and 28.5 over/under, respectively. The three-man prop for the Splash Brothers – Curry and Klay Thompson – is set at 5.5 and 3.5, respectively. Thompson has broken his shooting slump and has knocked down 14 threes with great efficiency over the last three games. The rebound prop is set at 13.5 for Sabonis and 8.5 for Kevon Looney. Draymond Green has no player assists in most sportsbooks as he returns from a five-game absence. One would expect Green to get some help and grab a lot of boards, cutting down other players.

Golden State Warriors vs Sacramento Kings: Betting Tips Despite Golden State’s unblemished record against the Kings, the Sacramento Kings have come out as favorites in this game. The Warriors have a fully healthy lineup but the Kings are -1.5 (-108) favorites because they are playing at home. The total points for the game are projected to be over/under 236.5 and the moneyline has opened at -125 to 105 for the Kings and Warriors. The total has been over the top in four of the last five games for the Warriors and three of the last five games for the Kings.

Box score

Stephen Curry picked up where he left off in last season’s playoffs against Sacramento, scoring 41 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 122-114 win over the Kings on Friday night.

“Steph loves every build and every rim,” coach Steve Kerr said. “That’s Steph. I don’t know what else to say.

It was the first game at Golden 1 Center since Curry defeated the Kings with a 50-point masterpiece in Game 7 of their first-round series last season.

That series sparked a Northern California rivalry between franchises that had never previously had success in the same season.

“It feels like they’ve arrived,” Warriors guard Klay Thompson said. “For most of my career they were in a rebuilding phase. Now they have an identity and we respect them and they are a very good team. They have a lot of talented players. This is a team you obviously can’t sleep on.”

Highlights

The defending champions complete it on the road.

The Warriors have struggled away from home all season, but superstar guard Stephen Curry is not letting his team’s season end. The reigning Finals MVP became the first player in NBA history to score 50 points in a Game 7, hitting seven 3-pointers to go along with eight rebounds and six assists in a performance destined for the record books.

Golden State center Kevon Looney also left his fingerprints during the win, dominating the glass with a double-double of 11 points and 21 rebounds to lead the Warriors.

Next, Golden State will continue their title defense against a familiar foe – LeBron James and the Lakers in the West Semifinals.

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