The Warriors extended their winning streak to eight games on Thursday with a 126-114 victory over the visiting Sacramento Kings.
Klay Thompson made four 3-pointers in the first three-and-a-half minutes of the second quarter and led the Dubs with 23 points. Stephen Curry had 20 points and rookie Jonathan Kuminga provided plenty of athletic finishes on the way to an 18-point night on 8-for-10 shooting.
After the Warriors led by as many 26 points, the Kings made it interesting with a strong third quarter. That momentum continued into the fourth period when Sacramento got within seven points, but the Warriors dissuaded any chance of a Kings comeback with a notable sequence that had Chase Center rocking.
After playing three games in three cities in four nights, the Warriors will have three days off before heading to Oklahoma City for a matchup with the Thunder.