Sacramento Kings vs Phoenix Suns Summer League: How to watch

LAS VEGAS, NV - JULY 12: D.J. Wilson
LAS VEGAS, NV - JULY 12: D.J. Wilson /

The Sacramento Kings face the Phoenix Suns in their final game of the Las Vegas Summer League on July 14.  This article details how to watch that contest.

The Sacramento Kings conclude their Las Vegas Summer League schedule with a July 14 matchup against the Phoenix Suns.  The Kings were eliminated from the tournament by the Dallas Mavericks 83-76 on Thursday.  A De’Aaron Fox injury and Dennis Smith Jr.’s outstanding play proved to be too much for Sacramento to overcome.  Below is a highlight video from that game in case you missed the action.

The Kings are facing Phoenix for the second time in Vegas.  The Suns defeated Sacramento 89-85 on July 7.  Tonight is a consolation game, and both teams have already played five games in the last week, so expect to see some resting and limited rosters tonight in Vegas.

Without further ado, here is how to watch tonight’s contest between the Phoenix Suns and your Sacramento Kings.

Start Time

The game starts at approximately 10:00 pm Eastern or 7:00 pm Pacific time.  It is worth mentioning that the Kings play the fourth game of the day at Cox Pavilion so the start time could be delayed slightly if the proceedings are running behind.

Live Stream

Watch ESPN app which is downloadable on any tablet or connected device

Watch Online

You can view it online at

TV Info

The game is a currently only available to watch online through or the Watch ESPN app.

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Final Thoughts

There you have it, how to watch the Sacramento Kings do battle against the Phoenix Suns tonight in the Las Vegas Summer League.  Sacramento appears to be without De’Aaron Fox, Frank Mason, Buddy Hield, and Malachi Richardson tonight.  Do not be surprised if Justin Jackson, Skal Labissiere, or Georgios Papagiannis sit as well.  Tonight’s game is the third consecutive day the Kings will suit up, so expect some resting and limiting of minutes in this contest.  Tune in and cheer on the team in their final Summer League battle.

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