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The Warriors arrive in Sacramento for their first peek at Golden 1 Center with a 31-6 record and as talent-rich as the nearest Brinks truck. And, also, in an irritable mood. See, when you expect to win every game, and you blow a 19-point, fourth-quarter lead to the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday, it feels as if the sky is falling.
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Projected starters, broadcast information and keys to Sunday’s game against the Golden State Warriors.
The Kings continue their seven-game homestand by facing powerful Golden State and Cleveland with Detroit in between. Check out analysis of each matchup.
The Clippers, with Chris Paul back, are on the verge of the top five. The Kings, meanwhile, are headed in the other direction.
When Michael Malone was hired as the Nuggets’ coach before the 2015-16 season, some wondered if he could implement a style that fit its young roster in Denver, where being able to run in high altitude can provide a greater home-court advantage.