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New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

The New Orleans Pelicans are looking to stay out of a Play-In spot while the Sacramento Kings are looking to get out of the Play-In places, and the two teams meet Thursday with three regular season games remaining.

The Pelicans lead the Kings by two games, meaning Sacramento needs to win tonight and get help from New Orleans' next opponents to overtake the Pelicans and get out of the Play-In Tournament.

How to watch New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings, TV channel and streaming

The New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings game will air on TNT, which can be watched through standard cable TV packages and through streaming apps including YouTubeTV and SlingTV.

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings start time, date and venue

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings is scheduled to tip off at 10 PM ET/9 PM CT/7 PM PT on Thursday, April 11, with the game taking place at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings injury report

New Orleans Pelicans: Brandon Ingram - knee, out; Naji Marshall - shoulder, questionable

Sacramento Kings: Malik Monk - knee sprain, out; Keegan Murray - calf, questionable; Kevin Huerter - shoulder, out; Jordan Ford - hip, questionable

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings predicted lineups

New Orleans Pelicans: CJ McCollum, Herb Jones, Trey Murphy III, Zion Williamson, Jonas Valanciunas

Sacramento Kings: De'Aaron Fox, Keon Ellis, Keegan Murray, Harrison Barnes, Domantas Sabonis

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings stats

  • The Pelicans have won all four of their last four games against the Kings, and the Under has hit in three of those games.
  • The Sacramento Kings score the ninth-most points (116.5) in the NBA and allow the 14th-most points per game (115.1) while the New Orleans Pelicans score the 13th-most points per game (114.9) and allow the eighth-fewest (110.4).
  • The Kings are last in the NBA in free throw percentage at 74.2 percent; the Pelicans are 20th at 77.2 percent.
  • Both teams rank among the NBA's best at defensive rebounding: the Pelicans grab the third-most per game (31.6) and have the fifth-best defensive rebound percentage at 75.6 percent, and the Kings grab the 11th-most per game (30) and have the best defensive rebound percentage at 76.9 percent.
  • The Pelicans will be without second-leading scorer Brandon Ingram, who averages 20.9 points per game and leads the team in assists per game with 5.8.
  • The Kings play at the league's 12th-fastest pace with 97.3 possessions per game while the Pelicans have the 16th-fastest pace at 96.5 possessions per game.
  • Kings center Domantas Sabonis leads the NBA in rebounds per game with 13.8 and he is fifth in the NBA in assists per game with 8.2, which ranks second among centers.

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