Fresh off an intense comeback win over DeMarcus Cousins and the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday, the reigning National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors will finish out their 3-game homestand with a contest against Boogie's former franchise, the Sacramento Kings.
Will Monday night's matchup between the Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors fall under the combined score when the two teams meet at 10:30 p.m. ET in Oakland?
Draymond Green will play despite a right foot contusion.
The Warriors rebounded with a pair of home wins to give them their fourth straight season-series triumph.
Golden State is 15-5 and are they are first place in the Pacific division.
Curry is dealing with a right hand contusion while Durant is nursing a sprained left ankle. "That's why I think we won tonight, because we did not shoot a good percentage, but when we limit ourselves to nine, 10 turnovers a night, and we're getting up a shot on nearly every possession, it's definitely in our favor". That's 50 points out of our lineup and a ton of assists and rebounds and great defense.
Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (35) smiles after losing the ball out of bounds, near Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook, during the second quarter of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017.
Sacramento completed a 1-2 homestand by blowing an 18-point lead in a 97-95 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday night. "No one can make up for what those two do individually". Harry Giles is out with a knee injury but no other player is listed on their injury report.
"Honestly, I don't really change what I do", Thompson said of his approach without Curry and Durant.