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Monday, January 24, 2022

Warriors beat Kings in fourth quarter with Steph Curry, strong bench performance

SAN FRANCISCO – With Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins unable to play any more in the league’s COVID protocols, the Warriors were looking for someone to help Steph Curry lift the offensive load against the Sacramento Kings on Monday.

But many hands do light work.

Or, as the warriors would say – there is strength in numbers.

Six of the Warriors’ players scored double-digit points, the Golden State bench combined for 47 points, and Drummond Green had the first triple-double of the season to support Curry, who scored 30 points—in the fourth quarter. 15 – State win 113-98 in Golden.

Those multiple Golden State hands also made 12 steals in the game. It was his 12th 10-plus stolen game of the season for the NBA top-order defense.

Damien Lee – usually a bench player – started in Poole’s position and scored 18 points on 7-of-8 shooting to further strengthen the Warriors’ offense.

Gary Peyton II and Otto Porter each had 12 points off the bench. Andre Igodala added 10.

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