Warriors vs. Suns score, result: Klay Thompson shoots the lights out to lead Warriors past Suns

The Golden State Warriors extended their winning streak to eight games at the Chase Center after a 123-112 win over the Phoenix Suns

Klay Thompson had the hot hand early, scoring 33 of his 38 first-half points, while Stephen Curry added 23 points, seven rebounds and five assists.

Phoenix bounced back as low as 25 points twice and reduced the deficit to single digits in the fourth quarter before Thompson, Curry and Jordan Poole closed the door.

Devin Booker led the Suns with 32 points that night while Deandre Ayton finished with a strong double-double of 27 points and 12 rebounds.

With the win, the Warriors improve to 36-30 for the season and close the gap with the fourth-placed Suns, who fall to 37-31.

If you missed some of the action, The Sporting News has you covered with all the live updates, highlights and stats from Monday night’s competition.

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Warriors vs. Sun’s score

team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 final
warrior 43 37 30 24 123
to sunbathe 21 32 23 25 112

Warriors vs Suns live score, updates, highlights

FINALS: Warriors 123, Suns 112

12:35 am — That’s a wrap from the Chase Center as the Warriors hold off the Suns to seal their eighth straight home win.

12:25 am — Things get tense on the track when Damion Lee receives a technical foul for pushing JaMychal Green, who was also judging a tech. Ball of the Sun. Warriors lead 123-108.

12:25 am — Jordan Poole joins the action from downtown as the Warriors pull out.

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12:20 am — Ish Wainright storms to putback slam!

12:15 am — With Steph Curry on the bench, Klay Thompson has picked up the offense for the Warriors and is going to work from the middle.

End of third quarter: Warriors 98, Suns 88

We have a blockbuster finish at bay as the Suns close the gap to just 10 points after falling as much as 25 points behind.

23:53 — The Warriors regained control of the competition thanks to a 9-2 run and extended their lead back to 10 points.

23:47 — Jordan Poole is called out for fouling Chris Paul and puts the Warriors in the box with 4:32 to go. Both teams are now in the bonus. Warriors lead 85-82.

23:42 – Here come the suns!

23:40 — Ayton gets the bucket to cut the deficit to single digits for the first time since Q1’s seven-minute mark.

23:38 — The Suns are starting to see some success with Denadre Ayton inside and making good use of his size advantage.

23:34 — Steph Curry gets his fourth foul with 10 minutes to go in the third. He stays in the game.

Halftime: Warriors 75, Suns 58

The Warriors blew the Suns off the floor in the first 24 minutes thanks to a barrage of 3-pointers going from deep 14 of 21.

Klay Thompson leads all scorers with 33 points while Steph Curry has 15. Devin Booker leads the Suns with 17 points.

23:13 — Klay Thompson can’t be missing! He buries another three-pointer to take it to 8-of-12 in the first half.

23:09 — The Warriors send two defenders on Devin Booker every time, forcing him to put the ball on the floor. He has 17 points in 6-of-9 shooting. Warriors lead 70-54.

23:08 — Three straight buckets for Chris Paul as the Suns cut the lead to 17 points with 2:20 left in the quarter.

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23:03 — Chef curry is cooking!

22:57 — Steph Curry is called for a blocking foul while attempting to tackle Josh Okogie. This is his second foul of the game.

22:56 — The most important first-half stat so far: Golden State has 17 assists with 22 field goals scored.

22:52 — A hard hitting episode for the Suns coming up with something three straight misses before Jordan Poole makes them pay on the other end. Warriors lead 57-32. Time out sun.

22:50 — OK, IGUODALA!

22:48 — Klay Thompson picks up right where he left off with another treble! He has 22 points in 10 minutes.

End of first quarter: Warriors 43, Suns 21

After an overtime game on Saturday, the Warriors showed no sign of fatigue in Q1 thanks to a blistering start from the 3-point line connecting at 8-of-11 from deep.

Klay Thompson leads all scorers with 18 points while Steph Curry has 12. Devin Booker leads the Suns by eight points.

22:40 — The buzz of the first quarter could not have come soon enough for the Suns, who were outscored by more than 20 points in a quarter for the first time this season.

22:37 — Golden State’s ball motion was just right to start the game and made the extra, extra pass to find the open man.

22:33 — Back-to-back triples for Stephen Curry and the Warriors are up to eight 3-pointers in Q1. Dubs lead 35-14.

22:25 — Tonight is the Klay Thompson show! He already has 18 points in 7-of-9 shooting. He is The Suns have outscored themselves 18-14 so far. 3:50 before the end he goes to the bench.

22:19 — The Suns struggle to contain the Warriors at the perimeter this morning and fail to get anything going at the other end, shooting 3 of 11 off the field. Timeout Warrior. They lead 16-7 with 6:24 remaining.

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22:10 — Klay Thompson and Steph Curry got off to a fast start as the Warriors race to a 13:4 lead.

22:10 — E-40 rings and we’re on our way to The Bay.


21:30 — The Warriors start with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Donte DiVincenzo, Draymond Green and Kevon Looney.

21:25 — The Suns start with Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Josh Okogie, Torry Craig and Deandre Ayton.

9.00- Devin Booker has led the charge for the Suns in the last five games. Can the warriors stop him tonight?

20:45 — Recap of Steh Curry’s 2016 look-away triple against the Suns.

What channel is Warriors vs. Suns on?

  • Date: Monday March 13th
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Live streaming: Sling TV

Warriors vs. Suns will air on ESPN. Viewers can also stream the game on Sling TV.

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Warriors vs. Sun’s start time

  • Date: Monday March 13th
  • Time: 10 p.m. ET | 7 p.m. PT

Warriors vs. Suns will begin Monday, March 13 at approximately 10:00 p.m. ET. The game will be played at the Chase Center in San Francisco.

Warrior’s 2022-23 schedule

Here are Golden State’s next five games in the 2022-23 regular season:

Date Opponent time (ET) TV channel
March 13th against suns 22 O `clock ESPN
March, 15 at Clippers 22 O `clock ESPN
17. March at Hawks 19:30 o’clock NBA TV
March 18th at grizzlies 8 p.m NBA TV
March, 20th at rockets 8 p.m

Solar plan 2022-23

Here are Phoenix’s next five games in the 2022-23 regular season:

Date Opponent time (ET) TV channel
March 13th at warriors 22 O `clock ESPN
the 14th of March against Bucks 22 O `clock NBA TV
March 16th against magic 22 O `clock NBA TV
19th March at thunder 3:30 p.m
March 22 at Lakers 22 O `clock ESPN

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