Sacramento Kings vs. LA Clippers game 41: How to watch

SACRAMENTO, CA - NOVEMBER 25: DeAndre Jordan /

The Sacramento Kings host the LA Clippers in game 41 of their regular season on Jan. 11.  This article details how to watch that contest.

The Sacramento Kings return home for just a single game against the LA Clippers.  It is a night of schedule oddities.  The Clippers are facing the second of a back-to-back after playing at Golden State on Wednesday.  The two teams also face off again on Saturday in Los Angeles and to add in it is a 12:30 p.m. local start.  The conclusion of tonight’s game also marks the halfway point of the regular season for Sacramento.

The Kings and Clippers face off four times this season and series ends with Saturday’s matchup.  LA has won the previous two meetings.  The most recent was a Dec. 26 beatdown in Los Angeles.  The Clippers won 122-95 behind unlikely hero Montrezl Harrell’s 22 points.  Below is a highlight video of that game.

Without further ado, here is how to watch tonight’s contest between the Sacramento Kings and the LA Clippers.

Start Time

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

TV Info

Tonight we head back to the local broadcasts taking the reins.  For local viewers in the Sacramento market, the game is available on NBC Sports California.  The Clippers have the local access via Fox Sports Prime Ticket.

Live Streams

The three live stream options return for this tilt.  The Kings still have their local live stream is available through NBC Sports California’s website or the NBC Sports app.  The Clippers have their local live stream through Fox Sports Go.  The non-local fans, you can live watch on NBA League Pass.  League Pass should be able to cover any viewing needs that you have.


The game is available on the following radio stations: KHTK Sports 1140 AM, AM 570 LA Sports

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Final thoughts

The Kings should have the schedule advantage tonight against a team with a plethora of prime rotation players out with injuries.  The Kings should hold home court, so please tune in and cheer them on.  Enjoy the game.

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