Previous outing Sacramento including 28 points 4 Explosive victory OKC on Sunday. The Seven Kings scored double digits as the team dominated the Oklahoma team, which lost 21 of the last 22 games.
Where: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento
when: Tuesday, May 11th, 7:00 pm PT
How to watch: NBC Sports California, KHTK Sports 1140 AM
Opposite perspective: Welcome to Loud City
Starting lineup forecast
Kings (30-38): Delon Wright, Buddy Hield, Maurice Harkless, Marvin Bagley III, Richaun Holmes
Thunder (21-48): Théo Maledon, Darius Bazley, Alexei Poxevsky, Moses Brown, Isaiah Roby
Injury / absence
Kings: Harrison Barnes — Suspicious; Chimezie Metu — Askable; De’Aaron Fox, Tyrese Haliburton, Robert Woodard II — OUT
Thunder: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (foot) — OUT
After the match on Sunday began slowly, Kings dominated Thunder on the rest of the road. Luke Walton’s team has contributed from everyone in the lineup at both ends of the floor. Sacramento reduced Oklahoma City to just 39.1% of field fire.
Kings currently holds the ninth best odds to win in 2021 NBA draft lottery. With only four games left on the schedule, Sacramento won’t be able to win first place with more than the eighth best odds.
Their chances aren’t great, but Kings can sneak into the play-in spot with help.Sacramento can enter within 2.5 games from 10th place San Antonio Spurs I won the OKC. The Spurs have the tightest remaining schedule in the league and have been depressed recently, losing seven of the last nine. Their only victory will be against Milwaukee Bucks in Sacramento on Monday.
Delon Wright, Moe Harkless and Terence Davis have all been playing well since joining the team at the deadline. Walton gave the trio extended minutes after De’Aaron Fox, Harrison Barnes and Tyrese Haliburton were absent in a recent run.
– NBA Sports
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