NBA scores: Warriors & Kings both victorious

Ezra Shaw

The Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings both won to edge on up the Western Conference standings.

The Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors continue to trend upward in the Western Conference. The Warriors moved a game over .500 at 3-2 after they beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 106-96, and the Kings moved one game away from .500 at 2-3 after edging out the Detroit Pistons 105-103.

All five Pacific Division teams were in action on Wednesday night. The Los Angeles Lakers lose again, this time to the Utah Jazz 95-86. The Lakers fell to 1-4 on the season and are currently last place in their division.

The Phoenix Suns were victorious against the Charlotte Bobcats, winning 117-110. The Suns won to improve to 2-3 on the season, tied with the Kings for the third best record in the division. The Clippers blew out the Spurs 106-84, and are tied with the Warriors at the top of the West at 3-2 so far this season. The Spurs were the last team in the Western Conference to lose, falling to 4-1. They're tied with the Dallas Mavericks in overall record, with the Minnesota TImberwolves not too far behind.

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