Warriors beat Kings with Curry’s 33 points for his third 30-point game

During stretches, the Golden State Warriors dominate the basketball court but struggle to defend.

On Sunday, the defending champions defeated the Sacramento Kings 130-125 behind 28 points from Stephen Curry and 89 points from Mike Brown.

On Saturday, Curry scored 21 points on five 3-pointers, giving him his third straight 30-point performance to start the season, as he shot 11 of 22 overall and 7 of 12 from three-point range. During the first half, he assisted Golden State to its second-most points in franchise history. A franchise record and third-most points in a quarter were scored by the Warriors in the second quarter.