‘It’s all about the Warriors’: Dub Nation celebrates Game 7 win

The defending champion Golden State Warriors advanced to the second round of the NBA Playoffs by defeating the Sacramento Kings in Game 7 at the Golden 1 Center. The final score Sunday of 120-100 had fans celebrating.

"We came to play championship basketball and that’s what we provided," Mario Rubio said. "We got tickets to Game 7, and it was all about the Warriors!"

Sunday’s game was mostly filled with Kings fans at Golden 1 Center. Despite the cowbells and trash talk, the team fell short.

"It was a hard fight," Kings fan, Vambra Freeman said. "But we’re going to revamp and come back again next year."


Curry scores playoff career-high 50 as Warriors down Kings

Stephen Curry scored a playoff career-high 50 points and answered time and again to will the defending champions on in their quest for a repeat, Kevon Looney grabbed 21 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors advanced to the Western Conference semifinals by beating the Sacramento Kings 120-100 in Sunday’s winner-take-all Game 7.

With their backs against the wall on the road, Stephen Curry put the team on his back and saved the Warriors' season with 50 points, making NBA history as the first player to score that many points in a Game 7.

"Curry was my favorite," said Clarke Tamariki. "All the points he had; it was great!"

"Now, let's beat the Lakers," said one fan.

The Dubs will be back in action on Tuesday night against LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers for Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals.