Here are five takeaways from the victory.
Green, in just his fourth game in a Clippers uniform, had 22 points, five rebounds and a blocked shot during the win.
He had started in place of forward
Green missed four of his 13 shots and just of his five three-pointers.
When the Clippers outscored the Kings, 34-16, in the third quarter, Green had nine of those points, making all three of his three-pointers in the quarter.
"It's still going to take time," Green said about his adjustment period. "It's not like I'm fully comfortable. It's my fourth game. There haven't been that many practices due to scheduling. But they are telling me to go out and just play my game."
2. Seemingly like he always does,
Crawford had 21 points against the Kings, doing the bulk of his damage in the second and fourth quarters.
He made three of four shots in the second, keeping the Clippers close at the half with his eight points. He had nine points in the fourth, keeping the Kings at bay.
3. The Clippers basically played no defense in the first half, giving up 67 points and seemingly letting the Kings do whatever they wanted.
But that all changed in the third quarter when the Clippers played defense like it meant something to them.
They limited the Kings to 28.6% shooting in the third, outscoring Sacramento by 18 points in the quarter.
At one point, the Clippers went on a 20-0 run in the third.
DeAndre Jordan did his part by holding
He was in constant motion, just like he is every game.
5. It was not a good offensive night for
He missed six of his eight shots and both of his three-pointers, finishing with just four points.
But Johnson did have five rebounds, one blocked shot and one steal. He also finished with a plus-five in the plus-minus category.