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The Golden State Warriors finished the 2023-24 NBA regular season with a win against the Utah Jazz on Sunday afternoon at the C hase Center and consolidated their play-in spot after managing the 10th spot in the Western Conference with a joint-record 46-36 alongside the Sacramento Kings. Although the game served as a formality before the playoffs, Stephen Curry was amazed by seeing his former teammate Festus Ezeli's dance moves.

The Warriors won their final game of the season despite Steph Curry rested for the game to avoid any setback ahead of their play-in clash against the Kings. Curry has played 74 games this season for the Warriors averaging 26.4 points, 5.1 assists, and 4.5 rebounds.

Former Warriors center turned broadcaster, Ezeli, appeared for the seven-time NBA champions' final regular season game and raised eyebrows as he joined the Warriors cheerleaders. Stephen Curry was in disbelief as he spotted Ezeli, who played for the Warriors from 2012 to 2016, showing his dance moves during a timeout.

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The Warriors clinched the 10th spot in the Western Conference standings after finishing at a joint-record of 46-36 alongside the Sacramento Kings. I n the NBA play-in tournament, Steve Kerr's side  and the Kings will square off against each other on Tuesday night at the Golden 1 Center while the New Orleans Pelicans (7) will face LeBron James' Los Angeles Lakers (8) at the Smoothie King Center on the same day.