tonight, Sacramento Kings We’re starting a stretch of four important games that should ultimately give us an answer as to whether this year’s team is really different from the last few years.
Kings will face a team that has achieved a record of 10-27 so far this season. That is, Kings should not be at a disadvantage to talent on any night of travel. The trip begins tonight in San Antonio as the Kings confront the Spurs.
The Spurs are sitting only 3-7 and suffering embarrassing losses. Oklahoma City Thunder, Taken the lead of 16 points. The Spurs are a bit in transition as an organization, as legendary coach Gregg Popovich appears to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, but at the same time, the roster is as talented and barren as it is in recent history.
Sacramento makes two non-uniform losses back to back at home Indiana Pacers And that Phoenix suns The Kings played pretty poorly for the most part, but still had a chance to steal the game, but in the end they failed and lost.
The Spurs currently lack the rim protector Jakob Poeltl, so with him aside, the Big Man spots are really undersized. So this should be a game that Richaun Holmes can feast on.
The big question for Kings is whether Tyrese Haliburton will put on a suit after he missed Sacramento’s recent match against Phoenix.
It would be interesting to think about how Kings would bounce back in Texas tonight, removing two nearby frustrating losses.
How to watch: NBC Sports California, Sports 1140 KHTK
Opposite perspective: Pounding rock
Money line: Spurs-115, Kings-105
SAC Injury: Tyrese Haliburton-Suspicious (Back), Terence Davis-Suspicious (Ankle)
SAS Injury: Jakob Poeltl-Out (Health and Safety Protocols), Zach Collins-Out (Foot), Keita Bates-Diop-Out (Back), Jock Landale Out (Health and Safety Protocols)
– NBA Sports
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