OAKLAND, Calif., Feb. 2 (Ticker) -- In an overtime showdown with Jason Richardson, Brad Miller had the final say.

Miller capped a career-best 38-point effort with six points in the final minute of overtime as the injury-ravaged Sacramento Kings posted a 111-107 victory over the Golden State Warriors.

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Miller's layup with 10 seconds left proved to be the game-winner, sending the Kings to a key victory without three of their starters.

"Everybody's just trying to step up their game at certain times," Miller said. "We've got a lot of guys that can play on this team and everybody that's here got here for a reason. They proved that they deserve to play in this league and we got a lot of guys that can play."

The reigning Western Conference Player of the Week, Miller matched a season low with four points in a loss to Seattle on Tuesday. He started strong in this one and finished in dominant fashion.

"I knew I would come out and play a lot better than I did last night," Miller said. "That's just what happens and the best part about this league is you can have an off night and you're lucky enough to go out there the next night and redeem yourself."

After Richardson hit a short jumper to tie the game, 105-105, Miller answered with a difficult bank shot in traffic. Richardson came back with another jumper, but Miller and Mike Bibby executed a perfect pick-and-roll, resulting in Miller's go-ahead layup with 10 seconds left.

Richardson, who scored 37 points on 15-of-26 shooting, was fouled with five seconds left and had a chance to match Miller again. He missed both free throws, however, and after securing the rebound, Miller made two free throws to cap the scoring.

"We wanted (Miller) to keep taking shots," Sacramento coach Rick Adelman said. "They run at you, put it on the floor, take it to the basket. He did a great job."

"It's a part of the game," Golden State coach Mike Montgomery said of his team falling short in the end. "(Richardson) had a great offensive performance, there's no question about that. It clearly wasn't his fault. If he makes both (free throws), obviously it's a different situation. They've got to score or we go to a second overtime."

Already without Chris Webber and Peja Stojakovic -- their top two scorers -- the Kings took another hit when Cuttino Mobley was scratched with back spasms. But all five starters scored in double figures and Sacramento managed to erase a 55-43 halftime deficit.

"We had to have big games from Mike and Brad," Adelman said. "We weren't going to win this game with the other three starters out. I think if you watch the first half when I took them out, we stopped, so I had to keep them in the game if we were going to have any chance at all to win it, and Brad was looking for his shot."

"I'm proud of our team for stepping up through the adversity we'd been going through the past couple of weeks," said Sacramento swingman Maurice Evans, who scored 15 points in his return from the injured list. "Different guys out, uncontrollable things that you just have to deal with. We've been persevering through a lot. That's the sign of a good team with a lot of character."

Darius Songaila scored 18 points and Bibby added 17 and 11 assists for the Kings, who had lost their last two visits to Golden State.

"Regardless of who's missing, we play hard and coming into the game we think we can win the game," said Bibby, who finished a rebound shy of his third career triple-double. "We came in with a lot of confidence, played good."

With the win, Sacramento avenged a 98-94 home loss to Golden State on Dec. 26 in which Richardson scored all of his 26 points in the second half.

Continuing his solid play against Sacramento, Richardson scored 20 points in the first half, eight of Golden State's 11 in overtime and reached the 30-point mark for the fourth time in his last eight games. But his failure at the line resulted in the Warriors' sixth straight loss.

"I missed the big shots," Richardson said. "It doesn't matter what you did before, if the game is on the line and you could tie it or you could win the game, you've got to make those shots. And I didn't."

Golden State was again without starters Troy Murphy and Speedy Claxton and had Cliff Robinson serving the first of a five-game suspension. All five of its starters also reached double figures with Mike Dunleavy scoring 18 and Derek Fisher 16.