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Thunder vs. Kings: Start time, TV schedule, and game preview

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The Oklahoma City Thunder are wrapping up their four-game homestand Tuesday when they take on the Sacramento Kings, which marks the last major home stretch of the 2020-21 season.

The Thunder (21-44) are already without Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Plantar Fasciitis in the right foot) and Mike Muscala (right ankle sprain), but according to Sports Illustrated, they might be without Aleksej Pokusevski, who is listed as questionable with a left knee contusion.

The Kings (24-35) will be without De’Aaron Fox (league health and safety protocols) and Tyrese Haliburton (left knee injury).

The Kings will also be without Robert Woodard II (lower back soreness).

The Thunder may have been eliminated from postseason contention, but they showed spirit Sunday when they almost beat the championship-hopeful Phoenix Suns.

I still see them losing to the Kings.

The game will tip-off at 7 p.m. CT and will be shown on Bally Sports Oklahoma.

Prediction: Kings by 8