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SAN FRANCISCO (KTXL) – Keon Ellis’ 30 points were not enough to give the Sacramento Kings a win on Wednesday night.

The Kings lost the final game of the annual California Classic to the Golden State Warriors by one point, 91-90. A free throw by Brandin Podziemski with five seconds left made the difference.

“I have to get it done from the beginning. I think that’s really it,” Ellis said. “When we did that, you could just feel it in the team. We were on a roll, so. I think that put us in a better situation from the beginning.”

Colby Jones (12 points, 12 rebounds) and Mason Jones (12 points, 11 rebounds) both recorded double-doubles for the Kings, who trailed by 13 points at the end of the first quarter. They are looking to win the inaugural Battle of NorCal and take home the new Mitch Richmond Trophy, named after the player who played for both teams during his 14-year NBA career.

“We’re going to go out there and make sure we play with a sense of urgency from the start,” Kings assistant coach Jawad Williams said. “We’ve got to play like the championship is on the line, which is the case for Vegas. And that’s how we’ve got to play from the start in every game.”

The Sacramento Kings now travel to Las Vegas for the NBA Summer League. Their first game is on Friday at 3:00 p.m. PT against the Memphis Grizzlies.