Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry walks downcourt in the closing moments of the Warriors 109-106 overtime loss to the Sacramento Kings in an NBA basketball game in Sacramento, Calif., Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
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The Sacramento Kings stunned the Golden State Warriors 109-106 in overtime Saturday to snap a 13-game skid against their league-leading Western Conference rivals.Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins scored six of his 32 points in overtime and also contributed 12 rebounds and nine assists.Matt Barnes produced a double-double of 11 points and 14 rebounds as Sacramento handed the Warriors their eighth defeat of the season against 43 victories.Stephen Curry led the Warriors with 35 points and nine assists. He made eight 3-pointers, but in the waning seconds of overtime missed two contested layups that could have given the Warriors the lead.After Darren Collison's two free-throws with 2.5 seconds left gave the Kings a 109-106 lead, the Warriors had one more chance.Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker scored 18 points each, combining to make 13 of 14 of their shots from the floor in a 121-97 victory over the Denver Nuggets that put Popovich atop the list of coaching wins with one club.
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