Bogut blocks Kings comeback run, fall to Warriors 115-113
12/01/2013 5:46 PM
12/02/2013 12:41 AM
The Kings' comeback from 16 down ended when Andrew Bogut blocked Isaiah Thomas' layup with 1.8 seconds to play to send the Kings to a 115-113 loss to the Golden State Warriors Sunday at Sleep Train Arena.
Stephen Curry broke a tied at 113 with two free throws with 8.6 seconds to play. The Kings inbounded the ball looking to score without calling a timeout, but Bogut ended the Kings (4-11) hopes of ending their losing streak, which is now at four games.
Curry led the Warriors (10-8) with 36 points and 10 assists. Klay Thompson added 28 points.
The Kings had three reserves score in double figures, led by Marcus Thornton with 21 points. Thomas had 19 points and eight assists and Patrick Patterson had 18 points.
DeMarcus Cousins led the Kings with 24 points.
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