Dubs and Andrew Wiggins to host Kings At Oracle Arena. The Kings are coming off a 112-103 home win over the Los-Angeles Clippers. Kent Bazemore was on point last game, providing 23 points (7-of-13 from the field) and 6 rebounds. Harry Giles III contributed 14 points (6-of-10 shooting) and 12 rebounds.
The Dubs will want to move on from a 101-115 loss at home to the New-Orleans Pelicans, a game in which Kevon Looney had an underwhelming performance with 2 points (1-of-6 FG) and 6 rebounds.
Will Juan Toscano-Anderson replicate his 16 point performance in the last game’s loss to the Pels? This season the Dubs lost all of the 2 head-to-head matchup between the teams. The Kings have outscored 2 times out of the previous 2 matchups between the teams. The Warriors are in a slump losing all of their last 5 games. Both are expected to be mostly healthy.
The Warriors are much better at free throw shooting than the Kings; they rank No. 8 in free throws made, while the Kings rank just No. 28.
Will the fact that the Kings have rested 3 days while the Warriors only 2 days give them an upper hand? The Dubs will be playing at home vs LAL, away vs PHX, home vs WAS. Get all the Warriors tickets with no fees at TickPick. Top seats to Golden State Warriors vs. Sacramento Kings at Chase Center starting from 50 dollars!Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.