De'Aaron Fox and the squad took care of business on the franchise's seventh annual Bollywood Night as they breezed past their divisional rivals in the Golden State Warriors 111-98.
Fox and his backcourt mate Buddy Hield scored 21 points apiece and combined for 12 assists. After losing eight straight, this is now the Kings' second win in the last three games.
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The Kings came out victorious despite committing 23 turnovers by knocking down 15 3-pointers at a clip of 50.0% while restricting the Warriors to 5-of-26 from beyond the arc.
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Although the final margin of victory was just 13, the Kings led by as many as 31 in this game.
Former Kings player Mike Bibby was in attendance to witness the Bollywood Night festivities:
"He has to lift." 😂- Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) January 7, 2020
Mike Bibby can get some runs in with the squad any day! 👑 pic.twitter.com/uBQXOY3c3a
Fans were provided with rally towels and had the opportunity to apply henna tattoos:
Going with the event, the Kings had their alternative court on display which has a Kings' crown featuring the team's name in Hindi.
Similar to their previous Bollywood night, there were multipe Bhangra performances by the Dream Dance Studios:
The Bollywood Night event capped off a four-game homestand for the Kings. They are set to play six of their next 10 on the road.