April 29, 2023 (Jack87 News) – The NBA playoffs continued to be fierce after the Sacramento Kings defeated the Golden State Warriors 118-99 in an away game, tying the total score to 3-3. In this campaign, BK8“Splash Brothers” Curry and Thompson jointly contributed 51 points, while Fox of the Kings scored 26 points and 11 assists.
The score of the four quarters (the Warriors are behind): 23-25, 35-26, 32-29, 28-19.
Kings Player Stats: Barnes 6 points and 4 rebounds, Murray 15 points and 12 rebounds, Sabonis 7 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists, Huerter 12 points, Fox 26 points, 4 rebounds and 11 assists, Monk 28 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists, Trey Lyles 12 points and 10 rebounds, Terrence Davis 7 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists.
Warriors: Thompson 22 points and 2 rebounds, Wiggins 13 points and 7 rebounds, Rooney 7 points and 13 rebounds, Poole 7 points, Curry 29 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists, Green 4 points, 4 rebounds and 10 assists, Di Vincenzo 8 Points and 4 rebounds, Moody 9 points.
In Game 6 of the series, Bet99 Draymond Green came off the bench for the third straight game. Murray and Sabonis scored 3 possessions in a row, and the Kings started with an 8-0 spurt. Curry’s three-pointer ended the Warriors’ scoring drought, and he scored 6 points in a row to narrow the point difference. Since then, Looney and Thompson have also hit successively, while the Kings only scored 1 point in 2 minutes and 10 seconds. Since then, the two teams have taken the lead alternately, and the Kings’ offensive power has dropped significantly after entering the rotation. Green, who came off the bench, assisted Di Vincenzo and hit a 3-pointer. The Warriors took a 25-23 lead in the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Lyles made a long three-pointer, Monk hit the inside twice to score points, and the Kings started off the bench with a 9-2 spurt to take the lead again. Looney played high inside, Thompson made an empty layup, Fox was sentenced to a technical foul because he was dissatisfied with the referee, and the Warriors responded with a 5-0 spurt to tie the score at 32. The Kings were not in a hurry to replace the main force, but continued to rely on the fiery Lyles and Monk to complete a wave of 11-3 attacks. The Kings once widened the point difference to more than 10 points. After two quarters, the Warriors fell behind 51-58.
In the third quarter, Green hit his first goal, while Wiggins scored twice in singles. 22Bet Curry just made his third three-pointer, and Murray immediately made a fast break dunk to stop the Warriors. With 6 minutes left in this section, Sabonis was replaced because of the fifth foul. The Kings experienced a scoring drought for 2 minutes and 20 seconds. At the critical moment, the substitutes Monk and Fox made 3 consecutive three-pointers and wiped out the Warriors. The momentum of the counterattack re-extended the lead to more than 10 points. After that, Monk scored another 3 points. He scored 20 points in three quarters and helped the Kings lead the Warriors 90-80 to end the third quarter by 10 points, a record in team history.
In the last quarter, Curry scored 5 points twice in a row, gathering his total score in the playoffs surpassing Olajuwon and rose to the 14th place in history. Monk, who feels hot, made sudden shots to expand the point difference to more than 10 points. The Splash Brothers then made 3 long-range three-pointers but was unsuccessful. Huerter scored two three-pointers in a row, and the Kings completed a wave of 10-1 attacks, leading by 19 points, which also turned the next 3 minutes into garbage time ahead of schedule. In the end, the Sacramento Kings defeated the Golden State Warriors 118-99, tying the total series score at 3-3.