The Sacramento Kings defeated the Golden State Warriors in Game 2 of the playoffs

The Sacramento Kings were in high spirits after defeating the Golden State Warriors Monday night, marking their second victory over the team in their entire playoff history. Beam won 114-106. The two will face off again April 20th at the Chase Center. This latest win comes days after the Sacramento Kings erased years of frustration after not only making the playoffs for the first time in 16 seasons, but also defeating the Golden State Warriors in their first playoff game on Saturday. D’Aaron Fox led the Kings with pride, scoring 38 points to tie the second-highest playoff game for the first time in NBA history to lead the Kings to a 126-123 victory. How will the next several games play out against the defending champions D’Aaron Fox scored 24 points and a touching 3 assists that led playoff newcomer Sacramento Kings to their second straight win. The Kings finished the game strong after Golden State’s Draymond Green was ejected for a flagrant foul and became the first team to go 2-0 in the Warriors’ series in the Stephen Curry era. Domantas Sabonis on the chest with 7:03 to play, which resulted in an ejection for a flagrant foul. During the review, fans in Sacramento shouted insulting cheers towards Green, who urged them by waving his hands, holding one to his ear called for louder cheers and standing on a chair. The Warriors fought back to tie the game before the Kings ran 17-8 to run away with towel-waving cheer from the crowd. -101 with 2:17 to play and the Kings were in control from there. Davon Mitchell scored 3 more points to make it 112-103 with 1:18 remaining, Sabonis added 24 points for Sacramento and Malik Monk scored 18 off the bench, Curry led the Warriors with 28 points but only made 3 of 13 of 3.-point Where Golden State struggled to go was offensively. The Warriors racked up 22 turnovers, and the teams got off to a sloppy start, recording nine turnovers each in the first quarter. The total of 18 turnovers in the first quarter was the most of any game in more than six seasons and the most in a playoff game since at least the 2001-02 season, and the Kings also missed their first 11 three-pointers before Fox fell behind. AT FIRST TIP-INSWarriors: Andrew Wiggins is back in the starting lineup for his second fullback after missing over two months dealing with an undisclosed family matter. Wiggins scored 22 points. … Golden State committed five fouls in the first 1:42 of the third quarter. Kings: Sacramento’s 41 points was the eighth time a team scored at least 40 points in a playoff quarter against Golden State at Coach. Steve Kerr’s tenure, UP NEXTGame Game 3 Thursday night in San Francisco, The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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The Sacramento Kings were in high spirits after defeating the Golden State Warriors Monday night, marking their second victory over the team in their entire playoff history.

Beam won 114-106. The two will face off again April 20th at the Chase Center.

This latest win comes days after the Sacramento Kings erased years of frustration after not only making the playoffs for the first time in 16 seasons, but also defeating the Golden State Warriors in their first playoff game on Saturday. D’Aaron Fox led the Kings with pride, scoring 38 points to tie for the second highest playoff game for the first time in NBA history to lead the Kings to a 126-123 victory.

A second straight win for the inexperienced Kings is a hopeful sign of how many games to come against the defending champions.

De’Aaron Fox scored 24 points and had a game-high 3 assists that led the rookie Sacramento Kings to their second straight playoff victory. The Kings finished the game strong after Golden State’s Draymond Green was ejected for a flagrant foul and became the first team to go 2-0 in the Warriors series in the Stephen Curry era.

The game heated up in the fourth quarter when Green stomped on Domantas Sabonis’ chest with 7:03 to play, resulting in a sack for a flagrant foul.

During the review, fans in Sacramento shouted insulting cheers at Green, who urged them to wave his hands, put a hand to his ear for louder cheers and stand on a stool.

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The Warriors fought back to tie the game before the Kings went on a 17-8 run to run with it to the delight of the towel-waving crowd.

Fox’s 3-pointer made it 107-101 with 2:17 to play and the Kings were in control from there. Davon Mitchell put him up with another 3 that made it 112-103 with 1:18 remaining.

Sabonis added 24 points for Sacramento and Malik Monk scored 18 off the bench.

Curry led the Warriors with 28 points but made only 3 of 13 from 3-point range as Golden State struggled for offense. The Warriors committed 22 turnovers.

slow start

The teams got off to a sloppy start with all nine turnovers in the first quarter. The 18 total turnovers in the first quarter were the most of any game in more than six seasons and the most in a playoff game since at least the 2001-02 season.

The Kings also missed their first 11 three-pointers before Fox made a first down.

Tip-ins

Warriors: Andrew Wiggins is back in the starting lineup at his second fullback after missing more than two months dealing with an undisclosed family matter. Wiggins scored 22 points. … Golden State committed five fouls in the first 1:42 of the third quarter.

Kings: Sacramento’s 41 points in the second quarter was the eighth time a team has scored at least 40 points in a playoff quarter against Golden State in head coach Steve Kerr’s tenure.

the next

Game three is Thursday night in San Francisco.


The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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