Warriors 98, Kings 88
The Kings (2-1) lost for the first time this preseason thanks to poor shooting (33.3 percent) and turnovers (23). The offense was rarely in sync and the four Warriors scored in double figures, led by Stephen Curry with 19. David Lee added 16 points and 14 rebounds.
Isaiah Thomas led the Kings with 13 points off the bench. Marcus Thornton added 1 points off the bench. The only starter to core in double figures was Jason Thompson with 11.
Warriors 78, Kings 71
The Kings were as close as three points, but cannot overtake the Warriors. And they have themselves to blame.
The Kings are shooting 33 percent (20 for 60) and have 17 turnovers that have led to 17 points for the Warriors.
Offensively the Kings are fighting themselves. Sometimes they want to use good passes and move the ball and find a good shot. Other times the Kings are intent on rushing shots and making it tough on themselves.
Jason Thompson leads the Kings with 11 points. Stephen Curry has a game-high 17 points for Golden State.
Score: Warriors 58, King 44
Key stats: The Kings are still matching field goals and turnovers (13 apiece).
Summary: The Kings are shooting 34.2 percent and have only four assists. The Warriors have made 6 of 14 three pointers. The Kings haven't been able to generate consistent offense because of turnovers and foul trouble. Isaiah Thomas came off the bench to lead the Kings with eight points. Stephen Curry has 12 points for the Warriors.
Score: Warrior 29, Kings 20
Key stats: Kings are shooting 6 for 21 (28.6 percent) and have six turnovers.
Summary: The Kings missed their first seven shots to fall behind quickly. Tyreke Evans has six points to lead the Kings, but starters Aaron Brooks and DeMarcus Cousins played five and four minutes respectively after picking up two fouls.
The Warriors shot 47.6 percent and were led by rookie Harrison Barnes and Carl Landry, each who had five points.