NBA 2022 Live: Kings vs Nets Preview, Team News, Predicted Line-Ups, and SAC vs BKN Dream11 Prediction.
The two teams will lock horns with each other at the Barclays Center on Monday, February 14 [Tuesday, February 15].
Where to watch the Kings vs Nets game?
All games will be available to stream live on the official NBA app. This game between the Kings and the Nets will also be telecast on NBC Sports California and Yes Network.
Team News and Injuries
The Sacramento Kings have listed 2 players on their injury report. Terence Davis is out due to a wrist injury, while new recruit Jeremy Lamb has been listed as questionable due to left ankle soreness.
The Brooklyn Nets have listed 5 players as part of their injury list. Kevin Durant, Joe Harris and Kyrie Irving are indefinitely out of the game. James Johnson is listed questionable, while Ben Simmons is out as he prepares for a return to full court action.
Kings vs Nets Preview
The Sacramento Kings have gotten a renewed spirit ever since they made the trade for Domantas Sabonis. They have won their last two games and have looked extremely solid as a unit. In their latest game against the Washington Wizards, the Kings had a great outing as they dominated the fourth quarter to grab a win on the road. Going up against the Nets, they will be hoping for a similar performance as that will help them test the Nets side, who are currently struggling.
In the Nets’ last game against the Miami Heat, they were down and out in the middle. However, a strong show of resurgence helped them make a comeback. However, they were not able to yield a win as the Heat proved to be too strong and grabbed a 115-111 win on the night. This was their eleventh straight defeat and they soon need to find solution to get back to winning ways as the competition in the East is stacked and another setback will make things extremely difficult for them going forward.
Kings vs Nets Head to Head Record
The Kings and the Nets have faced of once this season and the winner of that game turned out to be the Kings. As far as overall record is concerned, the Kings have won 50 games as opposed to the 44 wins the Nets have over them.
Kings vs Nets Predicted Lineup
Point Guard – De’Aaron Fox, Shooting Guard – Justin Holiday, Small Forward – Harrison Barnes, Power Forward – Maurice Harkless, Center – Domantas Sabonis
Point Guard – Patty Mills, Shooting Guard – Cam Thomas, Small Forward – Bruce Brown, Power Forward – Kessler Edwards, Center – Blake Griffin
Predicted Dream11 Team
Point Guards – De’Aaron Fox, Patty Mills
Shooting Guard – Justin Holiday
Small Forwards Harrison Barnes, Bruce Brown
Power Forward – Maurice Harkless
Centers – Domantas Sabonis, Blake Griffin