Kings vs Magic Saturday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Davion Mitchell and the Sacramento Kings (26-48) will take on Wendell Carter Jr. and the Orlando Magic (20-54) in part of the NBA Saturday slate.

The Kings enter this game coming off a 110-109 win over the Indiana Pacers with Davion Mitchell putting up 25 points and seven assists. Both De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis were sidelined.

The Magic, on the other hand, came up short 118-102 to the Oklahoma City Thunder in their previous performance. Orlando had pulled off a two-game winning streak prior.

The Kings made the win-now trade to acquire Domantas Sabonis at the NBA trade deadline, but that did not translate to success. Now, both Fox and Sabonis are sidelined and Sacramento is not in much of a position to achieve anything of substance.

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Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Sacramento Kings vs Orlando Magic:

How to Watch Sacramento Kings vs Orlando Magic

Date: Saturday, March 26

Time: 7:00 PM ET

Location: Amway Center in Orlando, FL

TV Channel: Bally Sports Florida (Magic) and NBC Sports California (Kings)

Injury Report for Sacramento Kings vs Orlando Magic

Sacramento Kings Injury Report: OUT: Bol Bol (Right Foot; Surgery), Jonathan Isaac (Left Knee; Injury recovery), Jalen Suggs (Right Ankle; Bone bruise)

QUESTIONABLE: Wendell Carter Jr. (Left Wrist; Sprain)

Orlando Magic Injury Report: OUT: Terence Davis (Right Wrist; ECU Tendon Recovery), De’Aaron Fox (Right Hand; Soreness), Richaun Holmes (Personal Reasons), Domantas Sabonis (Left Knee; Contusion)

Projected Starting Lineups for Sacramento Kings vs Orlando Magic

Sacramento Kings Projected Starting Lineup: G Davion Mitchell, G Jrue Holiday, F Harrison Barnes, F Trey Lyles, C Damian Jones

Orlando Magic Projected Starting Lineup: G Cole Anthony, G RJ Hampton, F Franz Wagner, F Wendell Carter Jr., C Mo Bamba

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