NBA: Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors
The Warriors have been having a good week, Steve Kerr is coaching the Western Conference All-Stars and Steph Curry was the leading vote getter in the NBA. The Warriors are looking to start the weekend with a win against the Sacramento Kings.

In case you missed the game, here’s our instant recap:

1st Quarter

The Warriors got off to a terrific start. They were scoring at will and the Kings couldn’t keep up. The Kings scored six points in the first two minutes, but they wouldn’t score for another three minutes. The Warriors jumped out to a big lead and everyone was contributing. The Kings were able to get some rhythm and they were finally able to score some buckets. The Kings went on a 6-0 run, but the Warriors wouldn’t let the Kings get close. The Dubs finished with 34 points and they had a nine point lead going into the second quarter. Klay Thompson finished with 10 points and the Warriors looked like they were in control.

2nd Quarter

The reliable second unit came in for the Warriors and they were able to maintain the lead. The Kings looked hungry, but the Warriors were showing them why they were simply the better team. They traded baskets and the Warriors remained in control. The Warriors did a good job of maintaining the lead and it was a complete team effort throughout. This showed the depth of this team, everybody is ready to contribute at any point and time. The Kings made a

3rd Quarter

The Kings got off to a fast start in the second half. They quickly got a 6-0 run and all of a sudden this was a game. However, the Warriors responded with a run of their own and now they were up 13 after three straight free throughs from Thompson. The Kings would use the next four minutes to slowly break down the lead. DeMarcus Cousins led the charge, he scored eight points and the lead was down to five. The Warriors responded and Klay Thompson took over. He scored and scored and scored. He went on to score an NBA record 37 points in a quarter. He went absolutely insane. Klay Thompson gave the fans at Oracle an absolute show and it was beautiful to watch. He hit triple after triple and the Warriors led 97-73.

4th Quarter

The Warriors carried the momentum from the third quarter and they continued to add to their lead. Klay Thompson cooled off a bit and he was given a standing ovation when he was given some time to rest. The Kings were out of this game and the Warriors just needed to coast for the rest of the quarter. Seven straight points from Marreese Speights gave the Warriors a 32 point lead. It was all a formality at this point, the Warriors were going to win this game. Both benches were emptied and the Warriors were on their way to their 35th win of the season. Is Klay Thompson an All-Star? This game answers it all!


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