In a high-stakes showdown, Harrison Barnes showcased his scoring prowess, dropping career-high 39 points to lead the Sacramento Kings (25-18) to a thrilling 134-133 victory over the Golden State Warriors (19-23).

The game saw back-and-forth action, with Domantas Sabonis making a go-ahead dunk with 22 seconds left, and Barnes sealing the win with back-to-back baskets in crunch time.

Despite a late surge from the Warriors, including an alley-oop from Steph Curry to Jonathan Kuminga, the Kings held on for the narrow victory, splitting their season series at two games each.

Curry contributed 33 points for the Warriors, showcasing his three-point shooting prowess with six made triples.

Kuminga continued his impressive form, scoring a career-high 31 points, marking his fifth straight game with 20 or more points.