Klay Thompson scored game-high 32 points as the Golden State Warriors (43-35) dominated the undermanned Utah Jazz (29-49) in a 118-110 victory on Sunday night.

Thompson’s offensive outburst fueled the Warriors’ seventh win in eight games, securing at least a spot in the play-in tournament.

Golden State capitalized on Thompson’s hot start, as he racked up 25 points by halftime, providing a significant scoring boost in the absence of Stephen Curry, who sat out for rest.

The Warriors’ victory was a team effort, with contributions from Jonathan Kuminga, who returned from injury to record 21 points and 10 rebounds off the bench.

Dubs’ rookies Trayce Jackson-Davis (16 points, 7 rebounds) and Brandin Podziemski (16 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists) also made notable contributions.

Despite a spirited effort from the Jazz, led by Johnny Juzang’s career-high 27 points, they suffered their 12th consecutive defeat and 15th loss in 16 games. Keyonte George added 25 points.