Sacramento Kings Survive Warriors Comeback, Beat Golden State 114-106

The Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors traded runs in the second half. Thankfully for Sacramento, the Kings were the ones who struck last.

The Kings had looked like they'd pulled away from the Warriors with a late third quarter run, moving ahead by double digits before the start of the fourth. But then Golden State's second unit keyed a huge fourth quarter comeback, capped off by a Klay Thompson three to tie things up with a few seconds remaining. However, Sacramento scored the first nine points of overtime to key their victory.

Sacramento's starters had a strong night, as Tyreke Evans had 26 points and nine assists, Marcus Thornton led the way with 28 points, and DeMarcus Cousins had a strong 21 points and 20 rebounds. Jason Thompson added 15 points and 16 boards, while John Salmons contributed 14 points too.

To discuss the Kings, head on over to Sactown Royalty. To talk about the Warriors, check out Golden State of Mind.

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