Sacramento Kings at Miami Heat game 48: How to watch

MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 19: Willie Cauley-Stein
MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 19: Willie Cauley-Stein /

The Sacramento Kings travel to face the Miami Heat in game 48 of their regular season on Jan. 25.  This article details how to watch that contest.

The Sacramento Kings have their third consecutive game in the southeastern part of the country tonight as they face the Miami Heat.  The contest is the first of two meetings between the squads.  The Heat travel to Sacramento in mid-March to conclude the set.

Last time out, Sacramento faced the Orlando Magic on the second of a back-to-back.  Outstanding performances by Garrett Temple and Willie Cauley-Stein led the Kings to 105-99 victory on Tuesday.  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 Miami Heat.

Start Time

Thursday night’s game begins at approximately 7:30 p.m. ET or 4:30 p.m. PT.

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TV Info

The game has two local television broadcasts bring the action this evening.  For local viewers in Sacramento’s market, the contest is available on NBC Sports California.  The Heat have their local viewing on Fox Sports Sun.

Live Stream

Live streaming should be possible to any viewer in one of three locations.  The Kings have their local live stream as always on the NBC Sports California website or the NBC Sports app.  The Heat’s local live stream is available via Fox Sports Go.  The non-local fans can watch live action on NBA League Pass.  League Pass should cover everyone who lives outside the Miami and Sacramento markets.


The game is available on the following radio stations: KHTK Sports 1140 AM, 790 The Ticket/ WAQI 710 AM

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Final thoughts

The Kings broke the losing streak on Tuesday, but the six-game road trip continues.  They have Sunday in San Antonio before heading to New Orleans on Tuesday to wrap up the trip and the month of January.  It was an inspiring performance against the Magic.  Hopefully, that bleeds over into tonight’s game, and the Kings pick up victory number 15.

Keep an eye on the status of De’Aaron Fox as tipoff approaches.  He is day-to-day at this moment, and I would consider him questionable at best to suit up this evening.

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