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Kings vs. Warriors: Can Sacramento remain unbeaten during the part of the season that doesn't matter?

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The Kings are 2-0 in preseason, and stay home to face the Warriors on Wednesday.

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The Sacramento Kings, fresh off of a blowout win over the Blazers, will get another chance to impress the home faithful on Wednesday as the Golden State Warriors visit. The Kings are 2-0 this preseason, while the Warriors come in 3-1, the loss coming in Denver on Monday. Of course, preseason records don't matter.

Andrew Bogut has not yet played for Golden State, but the Warriors have gotten a couple of looks at a starting lineup that features Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes. Curry appears to be healthy at this point: he dropped 25 on 10-15 shooting on Monday. But Golden State is really light up front until Bogut is ready. Andris Biedrins is out, too, so Festus Ezeli got the Monday's start. DeMarcus Cousins might have to wait for another night to get a good workout.

The game's at 7 p.m. Pacific at Sleep Train Arena. Per usual, there's no local TV coverage: not in Sacramento and not in the Bay Area. So you'll be listening on the radio (KHTK 1140 AM in Sacramento, KNBR 680 AM in the Bay) and following our game thread.