Kings: Green’s triple double sparks Golden State past Sacramento
Draymond Green becomes the first Warriors player to post back-to-back triple doubles since Wilt Chamberlain in 1964, and the Kings, minus DeMarcus Cousins, were unable slow unbeaten Golden State, which rolled to its 18th consecutive victory, 120-101.
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