Over the past few days, a video has been circulating on the internet showing two parents surprising their young son with tickets to a Golden State Warriors as a gift for his birthday.
Fresh off an intense comeback win over DeMarcus Cousins and the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday, the reigning National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors will finish out their 3-game homestand with a contest against Boogie's former franchise, the Sacramento Kings.
The Warriors rebounded with a pair of home wins to give them their fourth straight season-series triumph.
Green is expected to play despite being listen by Golden State with a right foot contusion. The only exception here was last week's game against his former Oklahoma City Thunder squad. Durant has already missed two of the last three games while Curry, Draymond Green, and Andre Iguodala are all questionable to feature against the Kings due to assorted ailments. Harry Giles is out with a knee injury but no other player is listed on their injury report.
Curry leads the Warriors at 26.0 points per game, followed by Durant (24.7) and Thompson (20.2).
What we thought would be the best birthday present ever for our soon to be 10 year old (considering he didn't want a party like most kids his age) and instead insisted that he gets the chance to see and meet Stephen Curry who he adores so much.
"Honestly, I don't really change what I do", Thompson said of his approach without Curry and Durant.
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