Curry 33 points Wiggins 24+5 Warriors refuse to be reversed and beat King

  On October 24th, Beijing time, the Golden State Warriors played against the Sacramento Kings at home. The Kings played back-to-back in this game. In the second quarter, the Warriors scored 50 points in a single quarter, establishing an advantage in one fell swoop. In the end, the Warriors beat their opponents 130-125 to avoid a losing streak.

  In this game, Curry 33 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists, Wiggins 24 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals, Poole 24 points and 4 assists

  Fox had 26 points, 10 assists and 5 rebounds, Sabonis had 19 points, 14 rebounds and 4 assists, and Monk had 16 points, 8 assists and 7 rebounds.

  At the beginning of the game, Fox and the Warriors began to attack. Wiggins felt hot and scored 13 points in the first quarter. Poole launched a series of onslaughts after coming off the bench, and the Warriors led 39-36 in the first quarter.

  Sabonis and Holmes took turns hitting the inside line, putting some pressure on the Warriors’ defense. However, with all the main players on the stage, the Warriors’ Splash Brothers began to fire one after another. Curry scored 28 points in the half, the Warriors scored 50 points in the second quarter, and scored 89 points in the half.

  In the second half, the Kings strengthened their defense against Curry without the ball, but after Poole came on stage, he took over Curry’s outside baton and made a three-pointer. The Kings counterattacked twice in a row, playing a 6-0 attack wave, which stopped the bleeding a little.

  A number of Warriors attackers pierced their hearts with arrows, and the score difference reached 23 points in an instant. The Kings also dispatched substitutes and began to deal with their opponents. After three quarters, the Kings trailed 94-113.

  In the last quarter, the Kings counterattacked in a row, once extending the difference to 4 points. Poole stepped forward to make damage at the critical moment, and Wiggins counterattacked to kill the game. In the end, the Warriors won 130-125.

  (Shen Wei)

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