(AP) -- Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors opened the season with an easy victory. They would appear to have another favorable matchup against the winless Los Angeles Lakers, who are on the verge of their worst start since moving west.
Set to open their home schedule, the Warriors try to extend the Lakers' woes as these Pacific Division foes meet Saturday night.
Curry racked up 24 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and six steals as Golden State got by Sacramento 95-77 on Wednesday. The Warriors held the Kings to 30.8 percent shooting and forced 27 turnovers, making Steve Kerr a winner in his coaching debut.