Sacramento Kings vs. San Antonio Spurs game 39: How to watch online


The Sacramento Kings host the San Antonio Spurs in a regular season game on Jan. 8.  This article details how to watch that contest online.

The Sacramento Kings face the San Antonio Spurs tonight.  The Spurs are dealing with the second of a back-to-back this evening.  Sacramento begins one of their own in this game.  They head to Los Angeles to face the Lakers in the first road contest of 2018 on Tuesday.

Last time out, the Kings hosted the Denver Nuggets.  A fantastic defensive effort led to a 106-98 victory for Sacramento on Saturday.  De’Aaron Fox was the leading scorer with 18 points as well.  Below is a highlight video of that game.

Without further ado, here is how to watch the Kings battle the Spurs online.

Start Time

The Jan. 8 contest starts at approximately 10:00 p.m. ET or 7:00 p.m. PT.

Watch Online

The online viewing has three primary outlets for this game.  You can view the Kings local live stream on the NBC Sports California’s website or the NBC Sports app.  Fox Sports Go has Spurs’ fans in their market covered.  NBA League Pass is the place for fans who live outside the local boundaries to watch the live action.

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Final thoughts

The Kings are hopefully on the verge of a transition.  They won on Saturday without Zach Randolph and George Hill.  That could begin the shift to playing the young talent more and the veterans who have reached their ceiling less or not at all.  Stay tuned to see what happens in tonight’s contest.

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