Sports writing (USA), Apr 26 (EFE) .- Guard Stephen Curry contributed 37 points, including seven triples, which helped the Golden State Warriors beat the Sacramento Kings 117-113.
Curry’s 3s allowed him to accumulate 85 so far in April to set a new NBA record in a single month of competition. Curry’s new mark surpassed that of Brooklyn Nets guard James Harden, when he achieved 82 in November 2019, then as a player for the Houston Rockets.
Draymond Green, meanwhile, signed a double-double of 14 rebounds with 13 assists in addition to scoring eight points after hitting 4 of 5 shots from the field, in the fourth consecutive victory that the Warriors achieved in their field.
The victory also allowed the Warriors to move to a winning 31-30 aggregate mark that keeps them in 10th place, but now tied with the San Antonio Spurs, ninth, in the Western Conference standings.
Power forward Harrison Barnes had 23 points and seven rebounds against his former team and Bahamian guard Buddy Hield scored 25 points as leader of the Kings.
The center of Sacramento, Holmes, returned after a five-game absence and contributed with 11 points and five rebounds, which did not prevent the defeat of the Kings (24-36), who are increasingly moving away from the positions that give access the playoffs.
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