Kings Players React to Last-Second Loss Against Warriors

Kings Players React to Last-Second Loss Against Warriors

The Golden State Warriors beat the Sacramento Kings once more. G. Klay Thompson makes the game-winning shot that makes the score 102-101.

Beginning with the first round of the 2023 playoffs, when the Warriors delivered the Kings home, the Kings have had a hard time beating the Warriors.

The Warriors have a great team that is making Golden State a powerhouse. Since 2015, the Warriors have captured four NBA titles, led by G. Stephen Curry, who will go into the Hall of Fame.

The Warriors of Golden State beat the Kings of Sacramento once again. In the last seconds of the game, G. Klay Thompson made the game-winning shot, giving the Warriors a 102-101 win.

For the past ten years, the Kings have had a hard time beating the Warriors. This is because the Warriors beat the Kings in all three games in the 2023 playoffs.

The Warriors are without a question a very good team. They are building a Golden State dynasty that is going to endure for many years.

Since 2015, the Warriors have captured four NBA titles thanks to the direction of G. Stephen Curry, who will be in the Hall of Fame one day.

All-Star guard De’Aaron Fox couldn’t play in the first game for the season because he hurt his ankle.

It was clear that all of the Kings players were proud of their teammates for playing hard all the way to the end, even though they lost to the Warriors.

It was said that Knicks G Davion Mitchell, who filled in for Fox as point guard while Fox was out, talked about the close game as well as defended Thompson’s game-winning shot.

Barnes, King F. Harrison, wasn’t as hopeful as Mitchell after the loss. Barnes was a winner once, and he seems to be sick of losing against his old team, as Barnes said.

In the last second, Klay Thompson made a jump shot that won the game for the Warriors of Golden State over the Sacramento Kings. It was another crazy win in their growing feud in Northern California.

The Warriors beat the Kings 102-101 in front of an overflow crowd of 18,064 at Chase Center within San Francisco. Stephen Curry scored 21 points, as well as Thompson hit a knife deep into their hearts.

Curry was swarmed by Kings players who tried to take the ball away from him. Davion Mitchell did everything he could to block Thompson’s shot, but with two-tenths in a second left, Thompson made it from the very top of the key.

Mitchell said, “I can’t do better than that.” “I’m not tall enough to stop it.” Even though I worked really hard, he got the best spot. He is one of the best for a reason.

Steve Kerr, the coach of the Warriors, has seen Thompson step up many times in big games to help the team win four NBA titles in the last nine years.

Kerr said, “He’s made many big shots to us over the years.” “But getting a hit with two outs down is exciting for everyone, no matter whether or not you’ve done it before.”

Since the beginning of last season, the Kings have played 12 of their last 18 exhibition, regular season, as well as playoff games toward the Warriors.

There have been nine games between the teams, and the Kings have lost all of them. The Warriors beat them in seven games in the initial round of the NBA playoffs last year.

Kings wing Malik Monk said, “They have our number.” It’s not like we’re down 30 points. Every time, we’re right there, so we need to fix a few things. I think we can do it.

After a collision in the fourth quarter, Sabonis fell for the ground and seemed to put his arms around Green’s leg. The Kings went on to win the game 114–106 and take a 2-0 lead within the best-of-seven series.

As the Warriors brought the ball down the court in the opposite way, Green seemed to stamp on Sabonis’ chest, leaving the Lithuanian writhing upon the ground in a lot of pain.

The officials looked at the play for a long time, and Sabonis spent most of that time lying on the floor getting treatment.

The Kings’ big man was given a technical foul over holding Green’s leg, and Green was issued a flagrant 2 foul, which meant he was automatically thrown out of the game.

At Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center, where things were already heated, Green was jeered at by the Kings fans.

The 33-year-old added to the anger by putting his hand to his ear, moving his hands, as well as standing on a chair.

After the game, Green explained himself by referring to something that happened in Game 1 of the series in Saturday involving Sacramento’s Malik Monk that he thought was similar.