‘Warriors WrapUp’: Kings deal Warriors an unexpected loss — 109-106 in OT; Kerr ejected; Green plays after tough fall; Cousins too much; Curry can’t get a couple to drop late

It’s always the ones you never figure, right? The Warriors had been playing terrific, winners of 12 of their past 13, and they were headed to Sacramento to play the Kings — a team they’d been dominating in the recent past.

But in a quirky, off-balance, something-not-quite-right game, the Kings beat the Warriors 109-106 in overtime. Coming in, the Warriors had beaten the Kings 13 straight times. Nevertheless, the Kings got solid performances from several players; the Warriors from just a few.

Here’s link to “Warriors WrapUp,” the postgame show on 95.7-FM The Game.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr got ejected; Draymond Green got hurt late in the second quarter and didn’t make it to the bench to start the second half; Stephen Curry had a potential game-winning 3-pointer go in and out, then missed a little peeper that could have given the Warriors a late lead.

Lots happened, including the Kings outplaying the Warriors.

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About Steinmetz

Matt Steinmetz is a veteran San Francisco Bay Area sports journalist. He covered the Golden State Warriors for Bay Area News Group for more than a decade before becoming a television analyst with Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. Steinmetz currently co-hosts the "Warriors WrapUp" show and "NBA This Week" on 95.7-FM The Game, the franchise's flagship station, in San Francisco. He also co-hosts the Sal and Steiny podcast.
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One Response to ‘Warriors WrapUp’: Kings deal Warriors an unexpected loss — 109-106 in OT; Kerr ejected; Green plays after tough fall; Cousins too much; Curry can’t get a couple to drop late

  1. Anonymous says:

    Im a fan of Golden State, but i think Kevin Durant is mot as good as every one said. They should give more participation to Klay, he is a better player, but when he plays seems like no body turns to him whwn KD is in.

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