Stephen Curry scored 36 points, including the game-clinching free throws with 8.6 seconds left as the Warriors held off the Kings 115-113 on Sunday at Sleep Train Arena. The victory allowed the Warriors to finish their four-game road trip with a 2-2 record. It was Curry and more Curry down the stretch, as he scored 12 of the Warriors' final 17 points. Klay Thompson added 28 points, while David Lee and Harrison Barnes each put in 11. The Warriors led for most of the game, building a 16-point lead late in the third quarter. But Sacramento never retreated, fighting back behind DeMarcus Cousins (24 points) and Marcus Thornton (21). The Warriors led by 11 (98-87) with eight minutes to play but allowed the Kings to come back and even take a 109-107 lead with 1:58 to play. Curry drove in for a scoop shot to tie it, then after forcing an Isaiah Thomas miss, came back to drop in a jumper to give the Warriors a 111-109 lead.
Curry's free throws, Bogut's block lift Warriors past Kings
CSN Bay Area | Dec 2