Pelicans at Kings live stream: How to watch online

The Sacramento Kings (3-5) will host the New Orleans Pelicans (0-7) on Tuesday night. Here is how to watch this Western Conference NBA game online.

There are six NBA games on the Tuesday night slate. One of the games happening in the Western Conference will be the New Orleans Pelicans (0-7) at the Sacramento Kings (3-5). Tipoff from the brand new Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento will be at 10:30 p.m. ET on November 8th.

Comcast SportsNet California will have the telecast in Northern California. FOX Sports New Orleans will have it in Louisiana. NBA TV will also be carrying tonight’s game. The available live stream can be found on NBA.com.

The Pelicans are one of two teams in the NBA that have still yet to win a game. The other winless club in the Association is the Philadelphia 76ers. It wasn’t even two years ago that the Pelicans were in the Western Conference Playoffs. Now they look to be the worst team in the West by a wide margin.

Sacramento salvaged a terrible five-game road trip by winning in Canada over the Toronto Raptors. The Kings are 3-5 on the season and should play better on Tuesday night at home in their spanking new arena. If Sacramento can have any semblance of a home court advantage this season, this team may not be all that bad.

Date: Tuesday, Nov. 8
Time: 10:30 p.m. ET
Location: Sacramento, California
Venue: Golden 1 Center
TV Info: CSCA, FSNO, NBA TV
Live Stream: NBA.com

According to OddsShark.com, the Kings will be laying six points at home to the visiting Pelicans. Te associated moneylines are Sacramento -250 and New Orleans +190. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 204 points.

Sacramento has played better basketball so far over the flightless Pelicans. This game offers an interesting front court matchup of DeMarcus Cousins for the Kings and Anthony Davis for the Pelicans. While they’ll steal the spotlight in this one, it will come down to which team will get the biggest contribution from a key role player. More likely than not, it will end up being Sacramento’s Rudy Gay.

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