May 1, 2023 (Jack87 News) – Full Game Scores (Warriors first): 30-31, 26-27, 35-23, 29-19.
Warriors Player Stats: BK8 Curry 50 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists, Wiggins 17 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists, Thompson 16 points and 5 rebounds, Looney 11 points, 21 rebounds and 4 assists, Chasing Dream 8 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds, Poole 8 points and 3 Rebounds, Moody 5 points.
Kings Player Stats: Sabonis 22 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists, Fox 16 points, 6 assists and 3 rebounds, Monk 14 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists, Davis 14 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists, Murray 10 points and 7 rebounds, Herter 7 points 9 rebounds, Lyles 6 points and 7 rebounds.
The Kings at home started with a 7-2 lead where Sabonis Jr. contributed 4 points. Thompson were fouled and made 3 free throws, Curry hit the Warriors’ first three-pointer, and the Splash Brothers played a 10-2 attack wave to overtake the score. With 4 minutes left in the first quarter, the Kings suddenly found a three-pointer touch through Davis, Fox and Lyles with four shots successively. Fortunately, Curry scored another 3 points to counterattack. At the end of the first quarter, the Warriors trailed 30-31.
In the second quarter, Monk, who was on fire in this round of the series, made a long-range three-pointer. Bet99 Draymond Green responded with a three-pointer, but Wiggins quickly received his second offense and was replaced. During Poole’s leadership, the Warriors did not have any bright spots on the offensive end, while Looney also had a second offense. Sabonis scored a mid-range shot, and Davis scored another 3 points. He and Monk joined forces to contribute 18 points and became the surprise player of the Kings. Curry, who reappeared, scored 5 points in a row, and Wiggins also made consecutive shots with penalties to tie the score to 51. After the timeout, Fox scored a three-pointer and assisted Sabonis. Curry hit his fourth three-pointer, and he scored 20 points in the half. After two quarters, the Warriors fell behind 56-58.
In the third quarter, Curry hit a 3-pointer at the beginning, and Thompson, who felt very bad in the first half, also made his first three-pointer. The Splash Brothers led the team to a 13-4 attack wave in 4 minutes, leading by 7 points 69-62, and at the same time forced the Kings to stop. Murray scored a shot and Fox got the fourth foul and was replaced. The leaderless Kings continued to hit the offensive end. Only 8 points were recorded in the first 8 minutes of this quarter. With Poole hitting a 3-pointer, the Warriors expanded the point difference to more than 10 points for the first time. In desperation, the Kings had to bring back Fox again. Although he made a long-range three-pointer and led the Kings to narrow the point difference to 6 points, but with 1.8 seconds left, Thompson hit a super difficult 3+1. After three quarters, the Warriors led the Kings by 10 points 91-81.
In the last quarter, the Kings, which had the advantage of home court, were in a state of collapse. After Curry made two breakthrough layups, the Warriors led 95-81. After the timeout, 22Bet Fox finally ended the scoring drought for the Kings, but Curry felt unstoppable. He hit a three-pointer and broke through the 40-point mark. The Warriors successfully expanded the point difference to more than 20 points. At the same time, Looney also had more than 20 rebounds. Since then, the game has lost suspense with 6 minutes left, and Curry hit a new high with 50 points. In the end, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Sacramento Kings 120-100 away, knocking out the Kings 4-3 and advancing to the Western Conference Semifinals where they will face the Los Angeles Lakers.