Sweden vs Netherlands 2019

Sweden vs Netherlands 2019 Live: The Soccerbot is up 2000 percent and just locked in picks for Wednesday’s Sweden vs. Netherlands game. The Netherlands and Sweden face off in the semifinal of the 2019 Women’s World Cup as both teams look to surprise their respective critics. We are down the last four at the 2019 Women’s World Cup. On Tuesday, England plays the United States and the next day it the Netherlands.

Sweden, ranked ninth in the world, are the lowest-ranked side left in the Women’s World Cup. The Swedes started their campaign needing two late goals to defeat Chile, before a routine 5-1 win over Thailand. They lost 2-0 to the U.S. to finish second in the group. Sweden caused their first upset in the Round of 16, beating Canada 1-0

In the quarterfinal they went one better, beating Germany. The Germans, ranked third in the world, were firm favorites, with Sweden enduring a 24-year winless run against them at major tournaments. After taking a 16th-minute lead, the German’s favorite tag looked justified. But Sweden fought back to score two goals – the first Germany had conceded in the tournament. The Germans threw everything at Sweden in the closing moments but the Scandinavians held on.

That changed with Sweden’s 2-1 win over 2nd favorites, Germany. Based on FIFA rankings there may not be all that much between the two countries – Germany 2nd, and Sweden 9th. However, going into the game, Germany had yet to concede a goal at the 2019 tournament and had not lost to Sweden at a major tournament since 1995.

When Germany took the lead after 16 minutes with a beautifully constructed goal it looked as if it was to be the same old song.But, Sweden hit back with an equalizer and then took a 2-1 lead early in the second half. It was a lead they would not relinquish.

In terms of predictions, Scandinavian countries, in particular Sweden, have been an Achilles heel for me at this tournament.Sweden and Norway upset the round of 16 cart as I went 6-2 and Sweden spoiled a clean sweep in the quarterfinals with the win over Germany.

Ironically, if I had to bet the farm on one result from the quarterfinals it would have been Germany to beat Sweden. However, it was no fluke and Sweden were well worth the win.The result provided Sweden with a double celebration. UEFA, as it did in 2015, is using the Women’s World Cup as the qualifying competition for the 2020 Olympics. The top three European finishers go to Tokyo and joining Sweden are the Netherlands and also the UK through England’s progress to the last four.

Reigning Olympic champions Germany – they beat Sweden in Rio in 2016 – will not get to defend its title and also missing will be France, a quarter finalist in 2016 and a semi finalist four years before in London. I discounted Sweden’s chances when they qualified for the round of 16. The group stage performance was nothing to get excited about. A win over Thailand was par for the course. Two late goals against Chile was met with relief as much as joy and then there was a 2-0 defeat from the US.

But the Swedes rested half their starting eleven against the US and they knew that by finishing second they would move into the bottom half of the draw, on paper the easier route to the final.

Over the first two rounds of the knock out stage Sweden have visibly grown in confidence buttressed by six players with more than 100 international appearances.

New Zealand vs England

New Zealand vs England: Weather Update in Chester-le-Street today: Partly sunny day with little chance of rain awaits teams England vs New Zealand at Chester-le-Street weather update, World Cup 2019: The semi-finalists are yet not confirmed with at least two spots still up for grabs. Those in contention are battling for points.

Although, in the final scheme of things, the Net Run Rate (NRR) might also figure. In this scenario, the England vs New Zealand game is all-important for the fortunes of both teams For England, it will be a must-win game if they are to seal their spot in the semi-finals and keep Pakistan out of contention. For New Zealand, the game will be important so as to avoid a freak accident in which they might lose badly here and get trumped by Pakistan or Bangladesh over NRR after being tied on points.

That, however, is a near-impossible scenario considering the humongous difference in both team’s NRR.The pressure will be squarely on England while New Zealand will look to shake off the rust in much of their batting order which seems to be relying overwhelmingly on Kane Williamson’s heroics. When Williamson couldn’t score much, New Zealand had no chance of fulfilling the chase against Australia, eventually losing the game by 86 runs.

A telling sign of New Zealand’s batting woes has been the fact that in largely batting-friendly conditions, they haven’t managed to put up a first innings score of 300 even once. Their campaign so far has largely been the Williamson-Trent Boult show with others in the bowling order and the all-rounders, Jimmy Neesham and Colin de Grandhomme chipping in occasionally. However, this won’t be a match where they can scrape through, for England are likely to fire on all cylinders after their convincing win over India in Edgbaston.

The weather forecast at Chester-le-Street according to Accuweather suggests that there might be some chance of rain, though majorly, we can still expect a sunny day with typically balmy English summer weather. Some cloud cover is expected but not for long. All in all, these will most likely be batting-friendly conditions but with one of the contesting teams being New Zealand, one should not be surprised if Kane Williamson wins the toss and opts to bowl first.

England vs New Zealand

England vs New Zealand : score and updates Jonny Bairstow scored his second consecutive century while Jason Roy scored yet another fifty to provide England vs New Zealand with a brilliant start during their England vs New Zealand ICC World Cup 2019 encounter against New Zealand. However, the hosts wasted their early advantage Preview followed by live coverage of the July 3rd 2019 cricket match between Englandvs New Zealand – commentary, stats, photos, videos, scores & match

England can secure their place in the World Cup semi-finals with a victory over New Zealand on Wednesday.

Eoin Morgan’s side kept their hopes alive with an excellent victory over India last time out.

All eyes are now on Durham where another win will see England through.

A defeat will see the hosts relying on other results to make the last four/

Speaking ahead of the final group stage match, Morgan said: “”We’re in this situation because we haven’t played consistently well enough.

“It’s not the end of the tournament, it’s a huge opportunity for us to go on and play against a strong side like we did against India.”

Follow run-by-run updates from the Riverside below.
England are in control of their own Cricket World Cup destiny ahead of their final group stage game against New Zealand, following their 31-run victory over India.

Eoin Morgan’s men, driven on by excellent batting performances from Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy and Ben Stokes, now know that a win against the Black Caps will secure their place in the final four, regardless of how challengers Pakistan perform.

New Zealand have slipped to two defeats in their last two games against Pakistan and Australia and will be looking to find some form heading into the semi-final stage. Captain Kane Williamson will be looking to break the half century mark after failing to replicate his early tournament form in the last two games.

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The Black Caps, who finished as runners-up in 2015, were defeated by England on home soil back in the spring of 2018 in a 3-2 ODI series loss.

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What time does it start?
England vs New Zealand starts at 10:30am BST on Wednesday 3 July.

Where can I watch it?
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event from 10:00am BST. Highlights will be shown at 11:00pm BST on Channel 4.

The match can be watched online for free with a Sky Go account.

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Jonny Bairstow: After a subdued tournament thus far, Bairstow came roaring back, making 111 off of 109 balls as England defeated India by 31 runs in Birmingham. His partnership with fit again Jason Roy set a solid base for England to go on to win, meaning their qualification chances for the semi-finals are in their own hands.

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New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has the best batting average so far at this year’s tournament with a score of 113.5. The England player with the best batting average is Jason Roy, who comes in at 70.25 runs from his five games.

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Trent Boult: The 29-year-old secured a hat-trick in the final over against Australia last time out, marking his second in eight months in ODI cricket. It took his total number of wickets taken at the tournament to 13 and could prove to be a real danger man for England.

Last time out
England sealed a 3-2 series victory in New Zealand in March 2018, including a seven wicket win in the final ODI in Christchurch.

Halep vs Buzarnescu

Halep vs Buzarnescu Live: Simona Halep vs Mihaela Buzarnescu Wimbledon 2019 Preview and Prediction With two of the more aggressive hitters in Aryna Sabalenka and Naomi Osaka already out in the bottom quarter of the draw, Simona Halep may be eyeing a deep run at Wimbledon despite her clear struggles on the surface compared to others. The round two matchup with Mihaela Buzarnescu will at least ensure there is one Romanian in round three but the former No.1 will be heavily favoured to make it there.

Some lengthy losing streaks over the past year have led to Buzarnescu falling from the top 20 to outside the top 50 for now. She had lost four straight before beating Jessica Pegula in her opening here, beating the American in straight sets. Buzarnescu’s story is a fascinating one with the Romanian a junior star before injuries kept her out of action for years, only to bounce back and perform at a higher level than ever before.

Halep opened up the new court 1 on Monday with a straight sets win over Aliaksandra Sasnovich, 6-4 7-5. It could have been far more stressful for her, as she was down 5-2 in the second set before reeling off five straight to avoid a deciding set. “I’m really happy that I could win this match; it was really tough,” she explained afterwards. “The first match of a tournament is always difficult, and I knew she has been playing great. I just had to stay focused, positive, so I could fight to the end.”

Halep did pick up a minor knock in the win, calling a medical timeout for a left leg injury. “I feel a little bit. I think it’s a little bit stretched, the muscle behind the knee, and also the Achilles. Hopefully is nothing dangerous and I can recover until the next match.” she said, suggesting there is not too much concern for now. If fit, it should be fairly comfortable for Halep, who will look to extend the head to head to 2-0. Their first meeting came in 2008, when both players were ranked outside the top 300.

Anderson vs Tipsarevic Live

Anderson vs Tipsarevic Live : The Janko Tipsarevic and Yoshihito Nishioka matches lasted beyond the minimum number of sets. Kevin Anderson is in great form and this is the main reason why I am betting on under 9.5 games in the first set. I don’t believe that Janko Tipsarevic is going to win in more than 3 games in the first set, if he doesn’t then we are winning this bet. Kevin Anderson won with final. Anderson will play either Serbian Janko Tipsarevic or Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka for a place in the last 32

After losing the first set against an opponent playing his first tour-level match on grass, Roger Federer got back to normal Tuesday at Wimbledon.

Federer shrugged off an early deficit to beat Lloyd Harris of South Africa 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 on Centre Court at the All England Club in London, beginning his quest for a record-extending ninth Wimbledon title.

“I think once I got going, just legs weren’t moving and things were not happening,” Federer said. “You know, it is always … unusual first, let’s say, two to three matches maybe, here at Wimbledon, they’re always so different to any other court in the world, the way the ball bounces, the kick goes or doesn’t go.

“I just felt like it was slow. I couldn’t really have any impact. He was doing a good job of returning me. I don’t think I had an ace in the first two sets maybe. I had two in the first three sets. It wasn’t like I was serving poorly, you know. I guess I wasn’t hitting my spots, and he was reading my serve, or he was just doing a good job.”

Harris was making his debut at the grass-court Grand Slam and rode his powerful serve to a one-set lead. Federer dominated after that, breaking his opponent twice in each of the next three sets and serving out the match with an ace.

“I think with my experience I stayed calm,” Federer said. “I know I have other things in the bag that I can come up with, other tricks. I just took a bit of time.”

Cori “Coco” Gauff aims to continue her Wimbledon fairy tale on Wednesday when she takes on Slovakia’s Magdalena Rybarikova in the second round. The 15-year-old American pulled off the upset of the tournament so far when she defeated Venus Williams 6-4, 6-4 on Monday.

By knocking out the seven-time Grand Slam winner, the teenager, who grew up idolizing the Williams sister, became the youngest player to win a main-draw match at Wimbledon since Jennifer Capriati in 1991. Back then, Capriati went on to make the semifinals. While Gauff has a long road ahead to emulate her, she feels anything can happen.

I just literally don’t play with any pressure. I just tell myself whatever happens happens. I mean, my motto is just, like, wing it,” the teenager said in a press conference on Tuesday. This is kind of a sad thing, we’re all going to die one day, I just want to make the most of it.

“I don’t want to put too much pressure on the little moments because those are the moments that kind of turn out big when you look back in life.” Like Gauff, Rybarikova is unseeded. The 2017 semifinalist eliminated number 10 seed Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus.

Williams and Sabalenka weren’t the only high-profile casualties of the women’s tournament, which has so far lost 2017 champion Garbine Muguruza, 2004 winner Maria Sharapova and world number two Naomi Osaka.

Djokovic vs Kudla Live

Djokovic vs Kudla Live : Novak Djokovic continues the defence of his Wimbledon title this afternoon. He takes on Denis Kudla on Day 3 of The Championships. The Serbian produced a convincing win on Monday. Defending champion Novak Djokovic continues his charge for a fifth Wimbledon title when he faces Denis Kudla, Novak Djokovic sent a warning shot to his rivals after easily The four-time Wimbledon champion. chasing a 16th career major, will face Denis Kudla of the United States for a place in the last 32.

Playing his first match since winning his 12th French Open title, Rafael Nadal had little trouble in making the switch from clay to grass.

Nadal began his search for a third Wimbledon title by beating Japanese qualifier Yuichi Sugita 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 on No. 1 Court to reach the second round.

Nadal was broken in the opening game but dominated after that, breaking his opponent six times and serving out the match when Sugita sent a return long. Nadal will next face Nick Kyrgios.

Kyrgios advanced to the second round despite winning only five points in the fourth set. The unseeded Australian beat Jordan Thompson 7-6 (4), 3-6, 7-6 (10), 0-6, 6-1.

Kyrgios took a medical timeout after the second set and a trainer came on court to examine his left side. He then won the third set in a tiebreaker — a set that took 1 hour, 16 minutes to complete.

The fourth set, however, lasted only 18 minutes as Thompson won 24 points while Kyrgios took only five.

“The medical timeout was to loosen up my hamstring a little bit. It was a physical match.” Kyrgios said. “Especially on the grass, it was a little bit slower this year. There were a lot more rallies.”

The match was not conventional. Both Kyrgios and Thompson complained to the chair umpire during the match. Kyrgios received a code violation.

After losing the first set against an opponent playing his first tour-level match on grass, Roger Federer got back to normal Tuesday at Wimbledon.

Federer shrugged off an early deficit to beat Lloyd Harris of South Africa 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 on Centre Court at the All England Club in London, beginning his quest for a record-extending ninth Wimbledon title.

“I think once I got going, just legs weren’t moving and things were not happening,” Federer said. “You know, it is always … unusual first, let’s say, two to three matches maybe, here at Wimbledon, they’re always so different to any other court in the world, the way the ball bounces, the kick goes or doesn’t go.

“I just felt like it was slow. I couldn’t really have any impact. He was doing a good job of returning me. I don’t think I had an ace in the first two sets maybe. I had two in the first three sets. It wasn’t like I was serving poorly, you know. I guess I wasn’t hitting my spots, and he was reading my serve, or he was just doing a good job.”

Harris was making his debut at the grass-court Grand Slam and rode his powerful serve to a one-set lead. Federer dominated after that, breaking his opponent twice in each of the next three sets and serving out the match with an ace.

“I think with my experience I stayed calm,” Federer said. “I know I have other things in the bag that I can come up with, other tricks. I just took a bit of time.”

Cori “Coco” Gauff aims to continue her Wimbledon fairy tale on Wednesday when she takes on Slovakia’s Magdalena Rybarikova in the second round. The 15-year-old American pulled off the upset of the tournament so far when she defeated Venus Williams 6-4, 6-4 on Monday.

By knocking out the seven-time Grand Slam winner, the teenager, who grew up idolizing the Williams sister, became the youngest player to win a main-draw match at Wimbledon since Jennifer Capriati in 1991. Back then, Capriati went on to make the semifinals. While Gauff has a long road ahead to emulate her, she feels anything can happen.

I just literally don’t play with any pressure. I just tell myself whatever happens happens. I mean, my motto is just, like, wing it,” the teenager said in a press conference on Tuesday. This is kind of a sad thing, we’re all going to die one day, I just want to make the most of it.

“I don’t want to put too much pressure on the little moments because those are the moments that kind of turn out big when you look back in life.” Like Gauff, Rybarikova is unseeded. The 2017 semifinalist eliminated number 10 seed Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus.

Williams and Sabalenka weren’t the only high-profile casualties of the women’s tournament, which has so far lost 2017 champion Garbine Muguruza, 2004 winner Maria Sharapova and world number two Naomi Osaka.

Wimbledon Tennis

Wimbledon Tennis 2019 Live : The Wimbledon Tennis Championships is the 133rd edition of the tournament and is being held at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London. The Wimbledon Tennis tournament is run by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and is included in the 2019 ATP Tour and the 2019 WTA Tour calendars under the Grand Slam category. The Wimbledon Tennis is a Grand Slam tournament that is currently taking place at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom.

In a major upset that could signal the dawn of a new star in women’s tennis, 15-year-old Cori “Coco” Gauff beat Venus Williams in straight sets during first round play at the 2019 Wimbledon Tournament on Monday. Gauff beat Williams, a four-time Olympic gold medalist and five-time Wimbledon champion, on Court One 6-4, 6-4 in an upset that few saw coming and may be seen as a “passing of the torch” moment in the history of American tennis.

Gauff’s victory over Williams makes her the youngest player to win a match at Wimbledon since Jennifer Capriati in 1991. It came at the expense of Williams, 39, who is the oldest player in the women’s bracket this year. Gauff previously won the 2018 Junior French Open at Roland Garros. She grew up in Florida, where she won the prestigious 12-under Junior Orange Bowl in 2007.

In another first round upset on Monday, Naomi Osaka of Japan, the number two ranked player in the world, lost her first round match against Yulia Putintseva of Kazakhstan. “I’ve never played on a court so big. But I had to remind myself that the lines on the court are the same, the court’s the same size—everything around it might be bigger, but the lines are the same.”

Cori Gauff’s description of Wimbledon’s No. 1 Court on Monday was a way to distill a grand stage to its essence: just another place to play tennis. By extension, her opponent, Venus Williams—a five-time Wimbledon champion and, perhaps more imposing, one of Gauff’s idols growing up—was just another person across the net.

Of course, Gauff is still growing up—she’s just 15—which is a scary thought after her incredibly composed, 6-4, 6-4 win over her legendary idol. It was a transcendent moment that didn’t appear to impact the teen until Williams’ final shot found the net.

“This was the first time I ever cried after a match,” Gauff told the BBC after it was over. “Winning, obviously.”In the same way Gauff tried to remove history from one of the sport’s most hallowed courts, and eliminate the occasion from the day, an analyst could try to discount the chasm of experience that separated Gauff and Williams while dissecting this match. Venus came into Monday 268-74 at majors; Gauff had never played in a major tournament before. Venus, now 39, had already won four majors by 2004—the year Gauff was born. You could fill pages with statistics like these when a junior prospect faces an all-time great 24 years her senior.

Although the talk coming into this match was about the relationship between Gauff and Venus—an extremely friendly one, along with Cori’s connection to Serena Williams (who believes ‘Coco’ resembles her big sister as a player)—and the gap in their ages, these were, at their essences, two tennis players. And on this day in southwest London, one of them was four aggregate games better than the other, over the course of two sets.

But it’s absolutely impossible to talk about this match, in my mind and surely Gauff’s, without the necessary context.

Like the Williamses, Gauff has been unequivocally supported by her family from the onset of her tennis journey; it’s a group effort, and it always will be. Both of her parents were athletes in their college year: her dad, Corey, was a basketball player at Georgia State; her mom, Candi, ran track at Florida State. And like Serena, Gauff is now part of another tennis family, the Mouratoglou Academy. The attention she’s receiving from this support system will help her in attempt to, as she put it to me two years ago at a junior tournament in Boca Raton, “be the greatest of all time.”

“When you see someone who’s exceptional, you see it straight away, because it’s not something you see very often, said Patrick Mouratoglou on ESPN. “She had this goal that was so strong.”

Wimbledon 2019 Live

Wimbledon 2019 live: On Day 2 of Wimbledon 2019, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will be an action. The second and third seed player will take on Lloyd George Harris and Yuichi Sugita respectively. Wimbledon 2019 Federer is set to begin his quest for the ninth Wimbledon title at the Centre Court against South with Roger Federer, Serena Williams and home hope Johanna Konta all in action on another busy day at SW19

Tennis’ third and arguably most prestigious Grand Slam tournament of the year is underway in England. The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships take place over two weeks and culminate on Sunday, July 14.

On the men’s side, Roger Federer returns to the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in search of his ninth Wimbledon championship. Despite already holding a record eight Wimbledon titles, Federer is seeded second in this year’s tournament behind the world’s current world No. 1 and defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic. Fresh off his 12th French Open title, Rafael Nadal will attempt to adjust his game to the All England Club’s grass court to capture his third Wimbledon crown.

On the women’s side, Ashleigh Barty is the top seed after winning the French Open last month and taking over the No. 1 rank in the world. Naomi Osaka is seeded second and looking for her third Grand Slam title after winning the US Open last year and the Australian Open at the start of this year. Other seeds to keep an eye on: current holder of the “Best Player Never to Have Won A Slam” label Karolína Plíšková at No. 3, defending Wimbledon champ Angelique Kerber at No. 5, and the GOAT Serena Williams at No. 11. (Update: Osaka is out!)

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What is the tournament schedule?
Wimbledon runs from Monday, July 1 to Sunday, July 14.

The Ladies’ Singles Final is scheduled for 8 a.m. ET on Saturday, July 13, and the Gentlemen’s Singles Final is scheduled for 9 a.m. ET on Sunday, July 14.

How can I watch Wimbledon on TV?
The is broadcast on ESPN and ESPN2. Coverage starts at 6 a.m. ET and ends around 4 p.m. ET most days.

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You can livestream the tournament on WatchESPN.com and the WatchESPN app, but you will need to prove you have a pay TV subscription.

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The 2019 NBA summer league tipped off its California Classic on Monday night in Sacramento, California.

The Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers started the action at Golden 1 Center, and Miami rookie first-rounder Tyler Herro impressed in his first NBA outing.

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra was on-hand to watch his team’s strong summer league opener, according to the Miami Herald’s Anthony Chiang.

The Heat’s offensive explosion warmed the court up for the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings to close out the night.

Monday Results

Heat def. Lakers, 106-79

Kings def. Warriors, 81-77

Tuesday’s Sacramento Schedule

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Golden State Warriors, 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2

Miami Heat vs. Sacramento Kings, 11 p.m. ET on NBATV

View the full NBA summer league schedule at NBA.com.

Recaps

Heat 106, Lakers 79

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Chiang wrote on Heat forward Duncan Robinson’s desire to make Miami’s final 15-man roster after spending last season with the organization’s G League affiliate Sioux Falls Skyforce. The 2018 undrafted acquisition did well to make his case Monday night against the Lakers.

Robinson was the game’s second-leading scorer at 17 points to go along with five rebounds and four assists.

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Herro was the game’s leading scorer with 18 points on 6-of-15 shooting from the field and 5-of-10 shooting from three-point range. The 2019 13th overall selection added four assists, three rebounds and one steal.

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Miami collectively shot 15-of-29 from downtown (51.7 percent) opposed to the Lakers’ 30.3 percent three-point conversion rate.

The Heat’s starting lineup was rounded out by Chris Silva, Nick Mayo and Jeremiah Martin with all scoring in double digits.

The Lakers’ starting lineup was headlined by rookie undrafted guard Zach Norvell Jr., whom L.A. announced as signing a two-way contract earlier Monday. The Gonzaga product scored 11 points while also contributing seven rebounds, three assists and a steal.

L.A.’s leading scorer was rookie undrafted forward Rosco Allen out of Stanford. The Hungarian scored 13 in 17 minutes off the bench.

Talen Horton-Tucker, the Lakers’ lone 2019 draft acquisition, did not play.

Kings 81, Warriors 77

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The Kings protected their home floor, but just barely.

Monday’s second California Classic matchup was a back-and-forth, low-scoring affair.

The game’s leading scorer was Kings forward Wenyen Gabriel, who spent last season with Sacramento’s G League affiliate, the Stockton Kings. Monday night, the 22-year-old Kentucky product scored 22 points and collected 12 rebounds in 26 minutes.

Semaj Christon joined the double-double party with 13 points and 11 assists. The 26-year-old last played in the NBA with the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2016-17 season.

Gabriel and Christon started alongside rookie second-round draft pick Kyle Guy, who is fresh off leading Virginia to a national championship. The guard scored 10 points to go with two rebounds and an assist. Justin James, whom Sacramento took with the 40th overall pick, posted seven points, five rebounds, two steals and an assist off the bench.