#6 WARRIORS at #3 KINGS | FULL GAME 7 HIGHLIGHTS | April 30, 2023

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Led by Stephen Curry’s playoff-career high 50 points, along with 8 rebounds, 6 assists and 7 3pt. FG, the No. 6 seed Golden State Warriors conquer the No. 3 seed Sacramento Kings in Game 7, 120-100. Andrew Wiggins added 17 points and 7 rebounds in the victory, while Domantas Sabonis summed 22 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists for the Kings. After closing out this best-of-seven series, 4-3, the Warriors now advance to the Western Conference Semifinals where they will face the Los Angeles Lakers. Game 1 will be played on Tuesday, May 2 (10:00 p.m. ET, TNT).


  1. Why 4:46?

  2. It’s the first time I see Curry shooting from the mid range

  3. Carroll Prescott

    What we saw from Curry is what makes him great – what separates credit-stealing-blowhards from “GREAT PLAYERS”. Steph put that team on his back and made the opponent pay at every part of the floor. Sometimes it seems Curry backs off to let others shine (which shows he is a great teammate and not a glory stealer). But when the chip are down, there is no doubting how amazing he is as a man and as a player. And while there were teammates who were not having a good game, there were several players with Curry that just stepped up their game – Looney is becoming the unsung hero of this team. He just gets the ball and gives the team a chance to reload. Green and his assists are where he puts his money where his mouth is. I sensed Clay was a bit tight to start the game but loosened up as Curry elevated his game. I became a Warriors’ fan during Curry’s first year and am so proud of him. He earns every penny of his salary and leaves nothing to chance. What was impressive in this game is that it was like the Warriors did onto Sacramento what Sacramento did to them in game 6. Every time it looked like Sacramento had a chance, the Warriors responded. And when they elevated their game to championship form, it was the Kings that looked like they were punch drunk.

  4. Chauncey Murdock

    The GSW’s inbound play at 8:21 with 6 minutes left in the fourth quarter is an example of what separates them from inexperienced teams like the Kings. (Slow it down and watch) Curry baits Fox into thinking he’s going to pass to his right, and Fox is caught slipping. Curry and Draymond recognize Fox took the bait and Curry passes to Draymond, then Draymond makes the perfectly timed pass to Curry on the wing to get the 3 point shot. They made it look simple but it’s a very well calculated play. Fox is late to the party and the play is just about over once he realizes what just happened. That’s part of the championship DNA and chemistry that you just can’t teach.

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