The Sacramento Kings host the Los Angeles Lakers in their eighteenth regular season game on Nov. 22. This article details how to watch that contest.
The two teams met this preseason in Las Vegas. Magic Johnson delivered a moving speech before the contest, and his Lakers were victorious 75-69 on Oct. 8. Below is a highlight video from that game so you can see these two squads battling it out on the court.
Without further ado, here is how to watch tonight’s contest between the Sacramento Kings and the Los Angeles Lakers.
The game starts at approximately 10:30 p.m. ET or 7:30 p.m. PT.
Tonight’s contest is a national television broadcast on ESPN. The local station feeds are still available too. In the Kings’ market, you can view the game on NBC Sports California. The Lakers local broadcast is available on Spectrum SportsNet.
The most commonly used live stream for this contest will be Watch ESPN or the ESPN app. It is a nationwide live stream, and the link should give you direct access to the feed.
The Kings’ local live stream is still available through NBC Sports California’s website or app. You can view the stream on any tablet or connected device. The Lakers local is available via Spectrum SportsNet here.
The game is available on the following radio stations: 710 AM ESPN, 1330 AM ESPN Deportes, KHTK Sports 1140 AM
Please tune in tonight and cheer on the Kings as they go for their fifth win of the season. De’Aaron Fox and Lonzo Ball will renew their rivalry for the first time in the NBA. Both were top five draft picks in the 2017 NBA Draft and figure to see plenty of back and forth battles throughout their careers. Enjoy the point guard matchup and the game.
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