SACRAMENTO (AP) - David Lee had 23 points and 11 rebounds, Klay Thompson scored 18 points and the Golden State Warriors held off the Sacramento Kings 101-92 on Wednesday night in a game both teams played short-handed.

Stephen Curry added 13 points and eight assists for the Warriors (32-22) in the first game following the All-Star break for each team. Golden State is 3-0 against Sacramento this season.

With both centers out with injuries and a shorter roster from trades each team made earlier in the day, the depth of the Warriors was just too much for the Kings to overcome.

Isaiah Thomas had 26 points and seven assists, and Travis Outlaw scored 18 points for a Sacramento (18-36) team that's headed for an eighth straight losing season.

Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay talks about the team's battle with selfish play, the battle with turnovers and the trade of Marcus Thornton for Jason Terry and Reggie Evans. News10/KXTV

Sacramento Kings head coach Michael Malone talks about his team's selfish play and battle with turnovers, in Wednesday's loss to the Golden State Warriors. News10/KXTV

Sacramento Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas talks about his coach's comments about the selfish play and turnover problems in Wednesday's 101-92 loss to the Golden State Warriors. News10/KXTV

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