Kings defeat Warriors in NBA play-in tournament as Klay Thompson goes scoreless. 

On Tuesday night, the Sacramento Kings defeated the Golden State Warriors 118-94 with 32 points by Keegan Murray and 24 from De'Aaron Fox.  

After ending an NBA record 16-year playoff drought last season, Sacramento, the eighth seed in the Western Conference, played at New Orleans on Friday night.  

The Kings avenged a Game 7 loss at home to Golden State in last year's first round by playing cleaner and faster to loose balls against the older Warriors in one of their most important wins in 20 years.  

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The loss saw Golden State miss the playoffs for the third time in five seasons, including two play-in tournament eliminations.   

The Warriors looked nothing like the dynasty team that won four titles from 2015-22, committing 16 turnovers, giving up 15 offensive rebounds, and giving up too many open three-point  

Klay Thompson missed all 10 field goal attempts and Stephen Curry was undersupported.  

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