The Sacramento Kings travel to face the New Orleans Pelicans in game 50 of their regular season on Jan. 30. This article details how to watch that contest.
The Sacramento Kings make their second and final trip to New Orleans to face the Pelicans tonight. The two teams have played twice already splitting the matchups. Most recently, the Kings traveled to Louisiana and defeated the Pelicans 116-109 in overtime on Dec. 8. 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 New Orleans Pelicans.
Tuesday night’s game begins at approximately 8:00 p.m. ET or 5:00 p.m. PT.
If you are interested in watching the action live on television, you can view one of two local broadcasts. For local viewers in Sacramento’s market, the game is available on NBC Sports California. The Pelicans have their local viewing on Fox Sports New Orleans.
Online live streaming is available in three primary locations this evening. The Kings have their local live stream as usual on the NBC Sports California website or the NBC Sports app. The Pelicans’ local live stream is available via Fox Sports Go. The fans living anywhere outside the local markets can watch live action on NBA League Pass. League Pass should be able to provide for all the other fans on their variety of platforms.
The game is available on the following radio stations: KHTK Sports 1140 AM, WRNO 99.5 FM
The Kings wrap up their six-game road trip tonight in New Orleans. They open the month of February with four straight home contests including two nationally televised games. Hopefully, De’Aaron Fox continues to play well, and the Kings can pick up a victory tonight against the Pelicans. Please tune in and enjoy the game.
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