Apparently winning ugly is the Warriors’ new thing. Two days after escaping with a win at home against lowly Toronto, Golden State added another tally to the win column with a sloppy 87-83 victory against Sacramento at Oracle Arena. This one, however, provided some excitement. Klay Thompson hit a corner three to give the Warriors an 85-83 lead with 7.5 seconds left then got a hand in the face of Tyreke Evans in the final seconds as Evans attempted to tie the game. His drive was off the mark and Draymond Green came down with the rebound in the final seconds to seal the win for Golden State (35-27). “It was a great look. (David Lee) did a great job of putting it right in the shooting pocket and I got it off quick,” Thompson said. “Teammate found me. It was a pretty easy shot, honestly. I love shooting from the corner.” When Sacramento spread the floor to let Evans go one-on-one with Thompson, he had a good idea of what to expect. “He’s a really strong right-handed driver, so I was kind of anticipating that,” Thompson said. “Just trying to force a contested shot and I thought I did a pretty good job of staying with him.”