(KTXL) — A tremendous season for the Sacramento Kings comes to an end.

The Kings are eliminated from the playoffs after losing 120-100 to the Golden State Warriors in Game 7 at the Golden 1 Center on Sunday.

Warriors win the series 4-3 and will take on the Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference semifinals.

Golden State star Steph Curry dropped a playoff career-high 50 points to go along with eight rebounds and six assists. Curry’s 50 points were the most ever by a player in a Game 7.

Domantas Sabonis had a team-high 22 points to go along with eight rebounds and seven assists. De’Aaron Fox finished 16 points for the Kings while Terence Davis and Malik Monk each had 14 points.

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After leading 58-56 at halftime, the Kings were outscored 64-42 in the second half.

At halftime, the shooting stats between both teams were nearly identical with the Kings shooting 36% from the 3-point line while the Warriors were 36.4% in 3-point shots.

Sacramento shot 42.0% while Golden State had a shooting percentage of 42.2 at halftime.

The Kings was tied the series 3-3 after a 118-99 victory in Game 6 at the Chase Center in San Francisco.

Sunday was the Kings’ third time they’ve hosted a Game 7 and the second one at home during the Sacramento era. The loss drops the Kings to 0-4 in Game 7s in the Sacramento era.

Following Sunday’s game, the Kings are 2-5 all time in Game 7s dating to the franchise’s days in Rochester and Kansas City.

The last time the Kings won a Game 7 was when they were based in Kansas City. As the Kansas City Kings, the team beat the Phoenix Suns 95-88 on the road in the Western Conference semifinals on April 19, 1981.