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The two words I like NBA I like to hear: Game 7. And it’s going to happen in between series Sacramento Kings that it Golden State Warriors.
On Friday, Daron Fox and Stephen Curry had an incredible duel, but the Kings won by a score of 118 to 99, tied the series at 3 to 3, and forced the deciding game next Sunday (30), at 4:30 PM (Brasilia time) .
The first quarter was very balanced, with the Kings opening the lead at first, but with the homeowners reacting and ending the initial partial with a small two-point advantage. But in the second quarter, things started to change.
With Fox inspired – finishing base with 26 points and 11 assists, Sacramento began to open up and take control of the game. Klay Thompson, who had 22 points, was keeping the Warriors in the game with key balls from the perimeter.
Curry, who had 29 runs and five off three-balls, also shone, but Jordan Paul was far less so.
Base had only 7 points and only 2 points kicked in 11 attempts.
For the Kings, who also shone were Malik Monk, who scored 28 points, and freshman Keegan Murray, who finished with 15 points and four assists from three balls.
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