Warriors fall in Game 2

The Sacramento Kings beat Golden State once again and are now up 2-0 in the series versus the defendant champions

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After an amazing Game 1, the Sacramento Kings and the Golden State Warriors made a good game last night. And once again, now in Game 2, the Warriors managed to fall short at the scoreboard. The good start in the first period didn’t help much as the home team was way superior in the second quarter, and led the game by 58-52 at halftime.

The second half of the game was very levelled, but still had the Kings winning by two points, making the final score 114-106. Now the Kings will play two games in San Francisco with a 2-0 lead in the series. Meanwhile, the defendant champions have to use the home factor to even things before it is too late.

Even though we had both teams going up the triple digits in the score, they were a little bit below their best game yesterday. The Kings are the highest-scoring team in the league, and the Warriors are the second-highest, which means we will probably see a lot more points in the upcoming matchups.

Best Performances

Both teams have great players who like good individual stats. Even though the final score was not that high considering the teams playing, we had five players scoring 20+ points. However, we didn’t have any double-doubles in the game. Check out the best numbers of the night.

Sacramento Kings

  • De’Aaron Fox – 24 PTS/5 REB/9 AST
  • Domantas Sabonis – 24 PTS/9 REB
  • Malik Monk – 18 PTS/6 REB

Golden State Warriors

  • Stephen Curry – 28 PTS/6 AST
  • Andrew Wiggins – 22 PTS/5 REB
  • Klay Thompson – 21 PTS/5 REB


Unlike the other game of the night, we had a lot of better predictions for this game. From the seven real predictions, we got five right. We also had the “for fun” pick which ended up not happening. Check out all of them.

  • SAC Kings +2.0 (SAC won by 8)
  • Under 239.5 (220 points)
  • Draymond Green has a double-double (8 PTS/4 REB/5 AST)
  • De’Aaron Fox has over 37.5 points, rebounds and assists combined (24 PTS/5 REB/9 AST = 38 total)
  • Domantas Sabonis has a triple-double (24 PTS/9 REB/4 AST)
  • Kevon Looney under 9.5 rebounds (7 rebounds)
  • GS Warriors under 120.5 points (106 points)
  • Domantas Sabonis 13+ assists (4 assists)