Kevon Looney dunks it home in the Warriors final preseason game on Friday. (Mira Laing/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Warriors clean up Kings in final preseason game

OAKLAND — It was the Stephen Curry Show early and the Jordan Bell Exhibit late and the Golden State Warriors look to be in great shape as the regular-season is next on the to-do list.

Bell stuffed the stat sheet, scoring 10 points, grabbing 11 rebounds, doling out four assists and logging two steals as the Dubs won, 117-106.

The last detail is the least important.

What matters: The Warriors are healthy and happy and ready for the long season ahead.

A projection of the final roster, according to how many minutes they can expect:

PG — Stephen Curry

SG — Klay Thompson

SF — Kevin Durant

PF — Draymond Green

C — Zaza Pachulia

BN — Andre Iguodala

BN — Jordan Bell

BN — Nick Young

BN — JaVale McGee

BN — Omri Casspi

BN — Shaun Livingston

BN — David West

INACTIVES — Kevon Looney, Damian Jones

SENT TO SANTA CRUZ — Georges Niang, Michael Gbinije, Chris Boucher (recovering from ACL surgery)

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