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The Golden State Warriors won 137-106 against the Sacramento Kings in the 2020-2021 NBA regular season at the San Francisco Chase Center on the 5th (Korean time) 카지노사이트
Golden State was followed by Stephen Curry, who scored 62 points the previous day. Curry led the team with 30 points and nine rebounds and eight assists, playing until the third quarter. Kelly Ubre, Jr., also contributed to the victory with 18 points, including four three-pointers.
Sacramento felt sorry for the sluggish performance of Big Men’s Holmes and Marvin Begley III, who had 18 points and four rebounds and seven assists, but only nine points combined.
Golden State shook Sacramento with Curry and Wiggins in the first quarter. Sacramento shined alone, but failed to keep the Golden State’s scoring streak from Kevon Rooney and Ubre. So the Golden State led the first quarter 37-20.
In the second quarter, Hassan Whitesite dominated the bottom of the goal, narrowing Sacramento’s score gap. However, the Golden State team ran away again, with Andrew Wiggins and Curry running the scoring. The Golden State, where James Wiseman made a series of cool dunks, finished the second quarter at 68-48.
As the third quarter began, Golden State ran away with three-pointers by Wiggins and Ubre. Sacramento changed the atmosphere as Buddy Hill revived following Barnes’ consecutive points. Ubre then interrupted with a series of three-pointers. With Kent Bayesmore and Curry’s outer shell, the Golden State finished the third quarter 100-75.
In the fourth quarter, the Golden State team widened the gap by more than 30 points while Curry was missing. In the end, Sacramento lifted the white flag when there was no room for reversal. The rest of the time went to garbage time.