Stephen Curry led the team with 23 points, six assists and three rebounds in 27 minutes. He was 4-for-7 from beyond the arc and threw a nice alley-oop to Andre Iguodala in the first quarter.
Double-double machine David Lee also played 27 minutes scoring 14 points and grabbing 13 rebounds while Andrew Bogut blocked two shots and snagged four rebounds in 21 minutes.
Iguodala put his defensive skills on display in his 31 minutes forcing five steals while adding seven points, three assists and three rebounds.
Harrison Barnes played just under six minutes due to a nagging foot injury according to head coach Mark Jackson.
Meanwhile Klay Thompson came off the bench as the sixth man to add 17 points and four rebounds while Marreese Speights finished with six points and three rebounds and Toney Douglas had two steals.
Jackson notably used Douglas and Curry in the backcourt to counter Isaiah Thomas who led the Kings with 15 points and six assists.
Elsewhere, camp invitee guard Cameron Jones looked very confident in his seven minutes in which he scored six points and another invitee center Dewayne Dedmon also dropped six.
Punctuating the victory was Seth Curry who nailed a buzzer beater as time expired for his first bucket.
The Warriors now travel to Utah to play the Jazz on Tuesday.
NOTES: F Joe Alexander (tibial stress reaction, left leg) and C Festus Ezeli (knee surgery) did not play due to injuries. ... An announced crowd of 17,821 were in attendance. ... Former Warrior forward Carl Landry did not play for the Kings.