LAST TIME OUT
The Warriors kept within striking distance until the end, but wound up on the losing side of a 120-109 contest against the visiting Thunder Friday night after being outrebounded 53-34. Dorell Wright led the way with 23 points and nine rebounds, connecting on six 3-pointers. David Lee contributed 19 points and seven rebounds, while Stephen Curry and Monta Ellis combined for 28. Klay Thompson tied his career high with 14 points to lead the bench. FULL GAME RECAP
WARRIORS VS. KINGS
In 362 all-time meetings, the Warriors and Kings are an even 181-181. The Warriors have won 12 of the last 16 matchups against the Kings at Oracle Arena, and have won or tied every season series since 2004. The two clubs split the four-game season series last year, with both of the Warrior wins coming in overtime.
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