Los Angeles Clippers target their fifth win on the bounce when they face Sacramento Kings on Wednesday (Thursday AEDT) and the game is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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Los Angeles Clippers vs Sacramento Kings Match Details
🏀 Competition: NBA
🗓 Date: Wednesday January 20 (Thursday January 21 AEDT)
⏰ Time: 2.00pm AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Staples Centre
Head to Head
- 16/1/21: Kings 100-138 Clippers
- 28/7/20: Clippers 102-106 Kings
- 23/2/20: Clippers 103-112 Kings
- 31/1/20: Clippers 103-124
- 1/1/20: Kings 87-105 Clippers
Los Angeles Clippers vs Sacramento Kings Tips & Predictions
The Clippers will be aiming to repeat their big victory over the Kings from a few days ago when the two sides clash in this reverse fixture on Wednesday.
It was a blistering performance from the Clippers, who came away with a dominant 38-point triumph.
Kawhi Leonard (27) and Paul George (26) combined for over 50 points for the Clippers as they cruised to a 138-100 win. The Clippers have now won their last four NBA games to move up into second spot in the Western Conference, behind only cross-town rivals the Lakers.
Meanwhile, the Kings are languishing in 13th position with just five wins from their 14 games so far this season. Sacramento have lost four of their last five matches and are clearly struggling.
This should be another fairly routine win for the Clippers as they look to keep pace with the Lakers at the top of the ladder.