The Golden State Warriors are still hanging around in second place in their Western Conference Pacific Division. The rest of the Pacific's teams, aside from the Clippers, have yet to get their acts together.
The Warriors will go as Andrew Bogut goes, and in the latest edition of ESPN's power rankings, that's trending downward. The Sacramento Kings continue to struggle, as they have missed key players in important games.
The Sacramento Kings lead the Golden State Warriors 52-44 at halftime. The Kings fell behind 22-21 after the first quarter, but then outscored Golden State 31-22 in the second ot take an eight point lead through two periods.
The Kings are currently shooting 46.7% from the field while grabbing 24 rebounds and dishing 11 assists. The Warriors are only shooting 37.5% and have only hauled in 16 boards, but are staying in it with 11 free throws made on 13 attempts. Neither team is in serious foul trouble, with Thompson the only player with more than one foul (two).