The Golden State Warriors secured a 129-107 victory against the Utah Jazz with Klay Thompson scoring 26 points and Stephen Curry making five 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, all without coach Steve Kerr present.

In a remarkable Monday night game, the Golden State Warriors outperformed the Utah Jazz 129-107, despite the absence of their head coach, Steve Kerr, who was attending a funeral service in Serbia. Klay Thompson led the scoring with 26 points, while Stephen Curry enhanced the victory with five 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, contributing to his 25 points for the game. The Warriors' win was also notable as assistant coach Kenny Atkinson stepped in for Kerr, guiding the team to its fifth consecutive victory and a season record above .500.