Steph Curry TROLLED before Sacramento Kings game - you HAVE to see this

Steph Curry TROLLED before Sacramento Kings game - you HAVE to see this

The Golden State Warriors countered a 10-0 Sacramento run with a 17-2 game-ending flurry Friday night, allowing the two-time defending National Basketball Association champions to escape with a 130-125 victory over the host Kings.

"We were able to get some stops and make Embiid work a little harder, send some help to him, to our bigs down there and just execute it the second half", Pacers head coach Nate McMillan said.

Matthew Gartner brought his son Gavin to cheer on the Warriors as they faced the Kings Friday night.

Two days after a 20-point home loss to NBA-leading Toronto, the Warriors put up 103 points through three quarters, went stagnant for more than eight minutes in the fourth before outscoring the Kings 17-2 over the final 3:03.

Milwaukee was missing two key players - Khris Middleton, who was out with a sprained right finger and Malcolm Brogdon, who didn't play because of a sore left hamstring.

On Friday night the Golden State Warriors took on the Kings in Sacramento. They hit the defensive switch and held the Kings to two points the rest of the way on 1-of-7 shooting while forcing two Sacramento turnovers.

"We are so confident in our team, we have a lot of teamwork we have chemistry, we have that hometown court advantage", said Kings fan, Alison James". "That's why I recognised why it's important to have conversations like this to highlight science, and science is so important to our country and our economy".

The Golden State Warriors have a luxury that not many teams have ever had. "Like I said, we had those breakdowns at the end of the game that cost us the game". The usual core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant will be ranked, while we will also find a way to place DeMarcus Cousins in the mix, despite him not making his Warriors debut yet.

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