Sacramento Kings Fall Big To Golden State Warriors In California Classic
Warriors Go 2-0 With 71-54 Victory
Sacramento Kings assistant coach Larry Lewis and players speak about loss at Golden 1 Center. Sacramento, Calif. Publicity Agents footage art by Russell Stiger Jr. July 3, 2018.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Sacramento, Calif. —
Justin Jackson bounces back from Game 1 back to score 20 points and pull down five rebounds in the Sacramento Kings 71-54 loss to the Golden State Warriors in the California Classic at Golden 1 Center on Tuesday.
Frank Mason added 16 points, five assists, four rebounds, and four steals for the Kings (1-1). Rookie Marvin Bagley III had only seven points and seven rebounds. The No. 2 pick overall in the draft was 3-of-16 shooting from the field.
The Warriors (2-0) were lead by Jacob Evans' 13 points and Josh Magette's 12 points. All ten players that played for the Warriors made it in the scoring column.
The Kings will face the Miami Heat (1-1) and the Warriors will play the Los Angeles Lakers (0-2) on the final day of the Summer League Tournament, Thursday, July 5.
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Footage by Russell Stiger Jr. | PA Visual Artist and Image Content Specialist
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