De'Aaron Fox
The Kings go for another win when they visit the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday. Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images


  • Another victory is seemingly within the reach of the Kings when they face the Spurs
  • The Kings are coming off a big win over the Timberwolves
  • The Spurs are hoping to snap their six-game slide

The Sacramento Kings are slated to visit the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday, February 1 at the AT&T Center, looking for their second-consecutive win and pad their regular-season series with the latter to three games.

The Kings are coming off an overtime win over the Minnesota Timberwolves, a much-needed victory after two losses.

De'Aaron Fox starred with 32 points, five rebounds, and four assists, while Malik Monk chipped in 19 markers and Domantas Sabonis had 17.

"To go into overtime in someone else's building and gut out a win is definitely big," Fox stated.

The Kings lead the league in most team points scored with an average of 119.5 per contest. They also own an offensive rating of 117.2.

However, the Kings need to improve their defensive effort as they are allowing 116.5 points per game.

For the Spurs, the losing continues for the rebuilding franchise, who have lost six games in a row.

In their last loss to the Washington Wizards, 106-127, Keldon Johnson led the team anew with 26 points, four rebounds, and four assists.

Jeremy Sochan backed up Johnson with 17 markers and five dimes.

"We had more fast-break points," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich stated. "We had more second-chance points. We had fewer turnovers. We had more points in the paint but shot 20-something from 3 and they shot 50 or something. Game over."

The Spurs are scoring 112.6 points per game and carry an offensive rating of 110.5.

On defense, San Antonio is allowing opposing teams to score 122.3 points per contest, which is positioned last in the league at the moment.

The Kings are -7.5 spread favorites to prevail over the Spurs, who are at +7.5. Meanwhile, the moneyline for this encounter is -296 for Sacramento and +240 for San Antonio.

The Kings-Spurs clash will be beamed on the NBA League Pass and through fuboTV at 8:00 PM ET.

Gregg Popovich, San Antonio Spurs
The San Antonio Spurs are in for another long night when they face the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday. Justin Ford/Getty Images