Golden State Warriors Beat Sacramento Kings 111-108

The Golden State Warriors didn't play so well against the Sacramento Kings, but it was enough to earn them the victory. After a terrible final minute of basketball, Golden State managed to eek out a victory that they probably didn't deserve, but earned anyway.

Sacramento shot 1 of 15 from behind the three point line, dooming themselves to defeat. Despite being outrebounded 47-39, Golden State managed to nail seven threes, which made all the difference. Meanwhile, Golden State had 30 assists to 12 turnovers; Sacramento had 23 assists to 15 turnovers.

Klay Thompson nailed four threes and scored 31 points, David Lee added 22 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists, Brandon Rush put in 11 points, and Nate Robinson added 10. DeMarcus Cousins added 28 points and 18 rebounds, Tyreke Evans and Marcus Thornton put in 16 points each, and John Salmons scored 17 points.

To discuss the game with Kings fans, check out Sactown Royalty. To talk about the game with Warriors fans, hit up Golden State of Mind.

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