After defeating the Lakers on their own home floor on Thursday, the Kings will try to do the same in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
The Kings clearly have a flair for the dramatic, as Bogdan Bogdanovic's buzzer-beater over LA on Thursday propelled Sacramento to their third win in their last four games, none of which have had a margin of victory of greater than five points. The Kings currently sit in eighth place in the West with a record of 19-16, but have won only two divisional games all season.
The Lakers (20-16) enter Sunday's game as the walking wounded. LeBron James will miss his third consecutive game with a groin injury, and Rajon Rondo has been ruled out for 4-5 weeks due to thumb surgery. Los Angeles will get center JaVale McGee back, however, after the 7-footer missed the last seven games with an illness.
Here's how you can watch Kings-Lakers, as well as NBC Sports California's pregame and postgame coverage, live on the MyTeams by NBC Sports app.
When: 6:30 p.m. PT on Sunday, Dec. 30 (pregame show starts at 6:00 p.m.)
Live Stream: MyTeams by NBC Sports app
Desktop users can stream the game here.