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Sacramento Kings vs. San Antonio Spurs Sunday Game Preview, TV Schedule and NBA Betting Line

Ed Szczepanski – USA TODAY Sports

The Sacramento Kings tip off against the San Antonio Spurs tonight at 7 PM EST and if you were looking for the TV info, then look no further.

TV: CSN-California, FS-Southwest, DTV: 677, 698, 755, 756

You know who I’m picking in this one right? The Spurs are obviously favored (-12), and have to say that line is a bit too high for me to confidently pick the over. They will win the game though; have no doubt about that. Danny Green had a solid outing lately and had 14 points in the first half; Tim Duncan finished the half with 13 points and six rebounds, and he will most likely be fresh for this one tonight. DeMarcus Cousins will probably have a huge game, so be sure to play him if he is on your fantasy team. You are quite a lucky puppy if he is on your fantasy team, and you can count me among his fans. Actually saw him play at a lockout game (where John Wall and Kevin Durant both attended as well) and Boogie was draining threes all over the court. They were a little bit too reverential for LeBron James last night though; I love him too, but that is your opponent.

“It’s an honor to be out there with him,” Rudy Gay said after the latest win against James. “You’re in the NBA, they are a lot of great players, a lot of historically great players. And he’s definitely one of those historically great players, and it’s good to be out there against him.”

Duncan will frustrate him at times, but the young center should finish with a double-double if my gut tells me right. It has been okay this month, but each day is different is it not?

Two more previews coming your way and then feel free to drop by Prep if you got bored later on.

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