The two teams combined for 41 3-pointers in the game, setting an National Basketball Association record for most threes in a game, and Steph Curry poured in 42 points to help the Warriors get the win. The two-time MVP has now made double-digit threes in two contests this season, making 11 triples against the Wizards on October 24.
The Warriors shot 21-47 from distance, while the Kings made a franchise record 20 out of 36 3-pointers.
In Milwaukee, the Bucks fell 123-116 to the Toronto Raptors with both Kawhi Leonard and Pascal Siakam scoring 30 points.
Green also made a key defensive play two possessions later, stealing a De'Aaron Fox pass and lobbing to Andre Iguodala for an alley-oop dunk that made it a four-point game with 56.8 seconds remaining.
Curry slightly outpaced Kings guard Buddy Hield from three on Saturday.
Kevin Durant backed Curry with 29 points and nine assists, while Klay Thompson added 20 points, Green 12 to go with seven rebounds and seven assists, and Quinn Cook with 10 points. Steph knocked down 10 three-pointers in this game and this is the 11th time in his career that he has hit 10 or more three-pointers in a single game. The Oklahoma product buried eight of 13 attempts from three, raising his three-point percentage in 2018-19 to a career-high 44.1%. He finished with 28 points (5-7 3PT) in 34 minutes off the bench.