Preview: Warriors vs Kings, start time and how to watch

The Golden State Warriors have lost seven of their first ten games, including five in a row. They’ve also lost all six games they’ve played on the road, an amusing statistic for a team that has dominated away from home under coach Steve Kerr.

But Dub Nation can be optimistic about their next game as it will be at home where the team is 3-1, and they will face an opponent they have beaten before: their Pacific Division rival, the Sacramento Kings.

November 7, 2022 | 7:00 a.m. PT

Watch: NBC Sports Bay Area | Listen: 95.7 the game

The last time these two teams met, the Dubs posted insane offensive numbers. From ESPN:

Stephen Curry, who recorded his third consecutive 30-point performance to start the season, scored 21 second-quarter points with five 3-pointers and shot 11 for 22 overall, including 7 of 12 on 3s. The reigning NBA Finals MVP helped Golden State to the third-most points in any half in franchise history and second in the first half. The Warriors’ 50 points in the second quarter were a franchise record and matched the third-most points in any period.

Interestingly, with all those eye-catching pyrotechnics, the final score was pretty close at 130-125. Golden State’s defense (or lack thereof) has been the story of their season.

The Kings are 3-5 for the season, with former Warriors assistant coach Mike Brown trying to turn around a Sacramento franchise that hasn’t made the playoffs since 2006. The Kings won their most recent contest on a De’Aaron Fox guard Curryesque buzzer-beater.

Who will win Monday night at Chase Center?

Survey

Who do you have, kings or warriors?

  • 29%

    Kings, they got too much firepower

    (20 votes)

  • 70%

    Warriors, they won’t lose six in a row

    (48 votes)


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