On Monday evening, the Sacramento Kings welcome the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Golden 1 Center.
The Sacramento Kings, who defeated the Thunder 105-98 at home on Friday, are now looking to win three games in a row and are beginning to gather some momentum. With 28 points, 9 rebounds, and 3 steals, Kevin Huerter commanded the way for the squad. Keegan Murray followed with 24 points including 11 rebounds, and Domantas Sabonis recorded a triple-double with 17 points, 13 rebounds, as well as 13 assists. The Kings dominated the Thunder from the beginning, winning the first quarter 34–20 to take a 17–point advantage and maintaining control all the way to the finish. As a group, they shot only 41% from the floor and 13 of 47 beyond the 3-point line. Although the Kings’ scoring output has not been as strong lately, Fox has missed the last 5 matches for the squad. They are now only 19th in terms of points scored per contest and 28th in terms of field goal percentage.
After defeating the Warriors 118-110 on the road on Saturday, the Cleveland Cavaliers have prevailed in 3 of their past 5 matches overall, and they will be keen to continue their winning ways. With 21 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists, Donovan Mitchell paced the squad. Darius Garland and Evan Mobley each contributed 19 points, and Caris LeVert, who came from the bench for 22 points, was the club’s spark plug. The Cavaliers appeared to be in some trouble after blowing a 17-point lead early on, but they rallied and scored 34 points in the final quarter to secure the convincing victory on the road. As a unit, they shot 43% of their shots from the floor and 11 of 30 beyond the 3-point line. On this journey away from home, the Cavaliers want to get back on track. Only 23rd within the NBA in terms of points per match is the squad at the moment. They rank 26th for 3-point shooting and 22nd among field goal percentage. They are 6th in the NBA in fastbreak points, demonstrating their effectiveness on the break.
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Cleveland Cavaliers vs Sacramento Kings Game Information
- Date: 11/13/2023
- Time: 10:10 PM ET
- Location: Golden 1 Center.
- How to Watch Cavaliers vs Kings: TNT
- Live Stream: NBA Game Pass