Kings Get Another Nationally Televised Game; Face Off Against Nets On TNT
Oct 19, 2022, 1:46 PM| Updated: 1:48 pm
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The Sacramento Kings are going to pop up on national television sooner than originally planned.
Hours before the team’s home opener, the Kings announced on Twitter their Nov. 15 home game against the Brooklyn Nets is now scheduled to air as part of the NBA on TNT’s doubleheader.
TNT dropped the previously scheduled Utah Jazz vs. New York Knicks. In the offseason, the Jazz moved guard Donovan Mitchell and center Rudy Gobert in separate trades.
The first game for that night’s doubleheaders sees the Memphis Grizzlies take on the New Orleans Pelicans.
TURN ON THE JETS 🚀🗣
Kings vs Nets will now be on @NBAonTNT on Nov. 15 at @golden1center 👑
— Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) October 19, 2022
When the NBA schedules were released over the summer, the Kings were originally pegged to appear on national television five times, four of which would be on NBA TV.
Sacramento faces off against the Houston Rockets on ESPN Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. The game features a lot of young talent. On the Rockets’ side, Jabari Smith, Jalen Green and Kenyon Martin Jr. look to turn around a storied franchise.
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