Sacramento Kings vs. Atlanta Hawks: How To Watch

ATLANTA, GA - NOVEMBER 15: John Collins
ATLANTA, GA - NOVEMBER 15: John Collins /

Scroll down to find out how you can keep up with tonight’s basketball matchup between the Sacramento Kings and the Atlanta Hawks.

The Sacramento Kings will host the Atlanta Hawks tonight. The last time these two teams met was back in November when the Kings had arguably their most embarrassing loss of the season.

Without further ado, here is some valuable information to know on how to stay tuned for tonight’s matchup.

Start Time

Tonight’s game is scheduled to start at 7:00 P.M. (Pacific Time) at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.

How To Watch On TV

The local broadcast for both teams will be the only ways to watch the game on television. For the Kings, this network will be CSN Sports California. For the Hawks, Fox Sports Southeast-Atlanta is the way to go.


To listen to the game on the radio in the Sacramento area, the station is going to be KHTK Sports 1140 AM. If around Atlanta, the game can be heard on 1240 ESPN Radio.

Live Stream

There are three options in which basketball fans can stream the game on their mobile devices. Two of the obvious ones are that both CSN Sports California and Fox Sports Go offer the ability to stream the game on their websites or apps. The other option is NBA League Pass, but that is only available to people who are subscribed to the program.

Final Thoughts

Although both clubs are in the basements of their conferences, tonight’s game is significant. Both teams will be part of the NBA Draft Lottery which happens later this year, so whoever comes out on top tonight might put themselves in a worse position to get a top draft pick once the regular season ends.

But based on how the Kings have performed this year, the ping pong balls do not matter to them. Despite who their opponent is, they are going to give their maximum effort on the court and try to win every contest they have left on their schedule.

In my opinion, that is the right direction to go. If a team is trying to develop a winning culture, they need to have a competitive mindset every game. Not just tank in the hopes that a 19-22-year old (who has not played an NBA game yet) will turn their franchise around.