Golden State's new coach chalks up first win

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Mike Dunleavy scored 17 points and the
Golden State Warriors opened the preseason for new coach Mike
Montgomery with a 97-79 victory against the Sacramento Kings on Sunday

Troy Murphy scored 15 points, and Jason Richardson had 13 points
and nine rebounds for Golden State. Derek Fisher, who signed with
the Warriors as a free agent after eight seasons with the Los
Angeles Lakers, scored 12 points. Dale Davis added seven points and
12 rebounds.

Peja Stojakovic led the Kings with 18 points in 23 minutes. He
was the only Sacramento player in double figures. The Kings shot 31
percent from the field and never led.

Sacramento forward Chris Webber missed the game because of a
sore knee that kept him out of several recent practices.

Adonal Foyle and Eduardo Najera missed the game with minor
injuries for the Warriors.

The Kings departed for China after the game. They will play the
Houston Rockets twice, Thursday in Shanghai and Sunday in Beijing.