Sacramento, CA (Sports Network) - Stephen Curry's final desperation heave
bounced off the back rim, and the Sacramento Kings held on to a 94-92 victory
over the Golden State Warriors at home to capture their first win of the
The Kings nearly squandered an eight-point lead with just over three minutes
to play, but Klay Thompson and Curry each missed go-ahead shots with less
than five seconds remaining to give the Kings a victory in their home opener.
DeMarcus Cousins paced all scorers with 23 points and 15 rebounds. Marcus
Thornton and Aaron Brooks scored 16 and 12, respectively, off the bench for
the Kings, who had lost their first three games.
Thompson scored a team-high 22 points and grabbed seven boards in the loss.
David Lee poured in 20 points and Curry added 12 points with eight assists.
The Sports Network