WSEA-FM teammyrtlebeach.com 27 May, 2023 00:45 am

Fresh off double-OT win, Kings try to take down Thunder

Two days after playing in the second-highest scoring game in NBA history, the Sacramento Kings return to action to face the host Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday.” Sacramento now turns its attention toward consecutive road games against Oklahoma City, which could be without All-Star Shai Gilgeous-Alexander for the second straight contest.Joe has been a pleasant surprise for Oklahoma City, averaging 12.” Oklahoma City’s impressive young roster also includes second-year guard Josh Giddey, who is averaging 16.

Oklahoma City has played well against the Kings at home, winning 19 of the last 24 meetings.The teams combined for 44 3-pointers, tied for the most in a game in NBA history.

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