SACRAMENTO -- The Warriors haven't won a game since the calendar flipped to 2020. On Monday, they hope to end that drought against the Kings at Golden 1 Center.
Golden State (9-28) will have to do so without All-Stars Draymond Green and D'Angelo Russell. However, the Kings (13-23) are dealing with their own troubles, including trade requests and discontentment from star players.
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Entering Monday, the Warriors have lost their last four games, but familiar confines could be fruitful for Golden State. The Warriors have won their last five games in Sacramento dating back to 2017.
G Glenn Robinson III
F Eric Paschall
C Willie Cauley-Stein
G Damion Lee
G Ky Bowman
F Harrison Barnes
F Nemanja Bjelica
C Rashaun Holmes
G Buddy Hield
G De'Aaron Fox
Warriors: Stephen Curry (left hand fracture), Draymond Green (ankle sprain), Kevon Looney (left abdominal soreness), D'Angelo Russell (right shoulder contusion), Klay Thompson (left ACL rehabilitation) are out.
Kings: Marvin Bagley III (left foot sprain) is out, Bogdan Bogdanovic (right ankle soreness) is doubtful.
Warriors: The prolonged absence of Russell means more time for rookie guard Jordan Poole and two-way guard Ky Bowman. Poole scored four points, adding two steals in Saturday's loss to Detroit after a brief G-League stint. Big man Omari Spellman is expected to get more minutes after a 23-point point performance against the Pistons.
However, the night will belong to former Kings first-round draft pick Willie Cauley-Stein, who will be making his first appearance at Golden 1 Center as a visitor. He spent his first four seasons in Sacramento after being drafted No. 6 overall by the Kings in 2015.
As the Warriors wait to get healthy, their time with Bowman and Lee are ticking. Entering Monday, they have seven and three days remaining on the roster, respectively.
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Kings: Sacramento is currently in a tailspin. Entering Monday, they've lost 10 of their last 12 games. The stretch comes as the roster is in peril. Last month, guard Buddy Hield openly questioned his offensive role after getting benched late in an overtime loss to the Timberwolves. Additionally, forward Dewayne Dedmon -- who signed a three-year, $40 million contract in July -- was fined $50,000 for publically demanding a trade.
As for on-court production, the Kings are among the slowest teams in the league, averaging just 98.03 possessions per game, third-worst in the league.
Officials: James Williams (#60), Eric Dalen, Jason Goldenberg (#35)