The Kings and Warriors both won on Wednesday, moving them up the standings in the Western Conference.
The Warriors up-and-down season continued on Wednesday as Golden State knocked off Cleveland to remain tied atop the Pacific Division.
Through five games, Golden State is yet to win or lose two games in a row. The Warriors followed their loss on Monday with a win on Wednesday to move to 3-2 on the season. Golden State is tied with the Los Angeles Clippers in the division and for the fourth best record on the Western Conference. The Warriors are one game behind San Antonio and Dallas who lead the West at 4-1.
With its win on Wednesday, Sacramento improved to 2-3 on the season and moved out of the cellar of the Pacific Division. The Kings trail Golden State and the Clippers by one game in the division and are ahead of the 1-4 Los Angeles Lakers. Sacramento has now won two straight games after an 0-3 start.
Complete NBA standings can be found at Sports Illustrated.