Player of the game: Golden State guard Klay Thompson scored a career-high 52 points to lead the Warriors to a 126-101 win over the Kings, at Oracle Arena.
Turning point: Thompson scored 37 points in the third quarter, an NBA record for a quarter. He made all 13 of his shots, including nine three pointers.
Key stat: The Kings have now lost six in a row with their next four games on the road.
X-factor: The Kings played the second half without Rudy Gay, who was ejected after being called for two technical fouls in the second quarter.
Injury update: Carl Landry (sprained right wrist) missed his fifth consecutive game.
Up next: The Kings (16-27) play at New York on Monday.
– Jason Jones