Stephen Curry, Warriors Eliminated by Kings as NBA Fans Call Out End of GSW Dynasty

The Warriors' championship hopes shattered with a crushing 118-94 defeat to the Sacramento Kings in the Western Conference play-in tournament.

Keegan Murray's 32-point onslaught, including eight three-pointers, exposed the Warriors' defensive vulnerabilities.

Despite a valiant effort from Domantas Sabonis, who tallied 16 points and 12 rebounds, the Kings dominated the second half, outscoring the Warriors 64-44

Klay Thompson's scoreless performance, missing all 10 of his shots, epitomized the Warriors' offensive struggles.

Andrew Wiggins' -25 plus-minus reflected the team's overall ineffectiveness, while Stephen Curry's 22 points couldn't compensate for his six turnovers.

Young reserves Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody provided a spark with 16 points each, but it wasn't sufficient to overcome the Kings' onslaught.