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

SACRAMENTO, CA - DECEMBER 23: Bogdan Bogdanovic
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The Sacramento Kings host the San Antonio Spurs in game 39 of their regular season on Jan. 8.  This article details how to watch that contest.

The Sacramento Kings host the San Antonio Spurs in the second of four regular-season meetings.  The Kings also hosted the Spurs on Dec. 23.  Despite a valiant fight, Sacramento fell to San Antonio 108-99 behind a 29 point game from LaMarcus Aldridge.  Below is a highlight video of that night to refresh your memory on the happenings.

Without further ado, here is how to watch tonight’s contest between the Sacramento Kings and the San Antonio Spurs.

Start Time

The game tips off at approximately 10:00 p.m. ET or 7:00 p.m. PT.

TV Info

The local broadcasts are once again airing the show this evening.  For local viewers in the Kings market, the game is available on NBC Sports California.  The Spurs have the local access via Fox Sports Southwest-San Antonio.

Live Stream

Three primary live streams will be available for observing this contest.  The Kings’ local live stream is available through NBC Sports California’s website or the NBC Sports app.  San Antonio’s local clan can enjoy the game via Fox Sports Go on the link provided.   The non-local fans, you can watch the contest on NBA League Pass.  NBA LP is available on a plethora of different platforms and is the easiest way to stream the game if you live outside the two local markets.


The game is available on the following radio stations: KHTK Sports 1140 AM, WOAI 1200 AM

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Final thoughts

Please tune in and cheer on the Sacramento Kings as they host the San Antonio Spurs in the last game of their six straight home tilts.  Back-to-back talk comes into play for both teams this evening.  The Spurs played in Portland on Sunday meaning they are on the back half and the Kings head to Los Angeles to battle the Lakers on Tuesday.  Sacramento should have the schedule edge plus the Spurs are without their best player in Kawhi Leonard.  Hopefully, the Kings walk away victorious tonight.  Enjoy the game.

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