Both teams overcame double-digit deficits.
The Warriors were down by 11 in the first quarter and the Kings down 17 in the third. The game was tied at 86 with 3:07 to play, but the Warriors struggled throughout the fourth and the Kings capitalized on the misses led by Isaiah Thomas who finished with 21 points.
Stephen Curry led the Warriors with 24 points and six assists, he was 5-for-10 from downtown while Klay Thompson added 16 points including 4-for-9 shooting from beyond the arc.
Andrew Bogut finished with 12 points and David Lee had 11 while Andre Iguodala chipped in another solid all-around game with eight points, six rebounds, six assists, and three steals.
Head coach Mark Jackson played only five players off the bench - Jermaine O'Neal, Mo Speights, Toney Douglas, Kent Bazemore, and Draymond Green - in a preview of how the regular season minutes may be distributed.
Harrison Barnes missed his fourth game with a foot injury and will not play in Thursday's preseason finale against Portland, but should be ready for the home opener on Oct. 30.