The Sacramento Kings host the Phoenix Suns in game 27 of their regular season game on Dec. 12. This article details how to watch that contest.
The Sacramento Kings host the Phoenix Suns on Dec. 12. The Suns and Kings are in a similar position of trying to rebuild their team through the draft. Phoenix has already moved on from starting point guard Eric Bledsoe, and Sacramento’s George Hill could be next.
Without further ado, here is how to watch tonight’s contest between the Sacramento Kings and the Phoenix Suns.
The game starts at approximately 10:00 p.m. ET or 7:00 p.m. PT.
Three primary live streams are available to watch this game. The Kings’ local live stream is available through NBC Sports California’s website or app. The stream is viewable on any tablet or connected device. Phoenix’s local is available via Fox Sports Go. If you live outside the area of both local markets, you can watch the game via NBA League Pass. NBA LP is available on a plethora of platforms and remains the top way to watch any out of market NBA game.
The game is available on the following radio stations: KHTK Sports 1140 AM, Arizona Sports 98.7 FM
Please tune in tonight and cheer on Sacramento. The Kings are searching for their ninth win of the season against the Phoenix Suns. Keep an eye on the status of Willie Cauley-Stein as tipoff approaches. He is currently questionable with a back injury, but signs appeared positive after Monday’s practice. Devin Booker is also out for the Suns. Enjoy the game.
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