Lakers-Kings: Lineups, injury report and broadcast info for Friday

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Erik García Gundersen
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The Los Angeles Lakers start a seven-game stretch of games as the visiting team on Friday night as they visit the Sacramento Kings. The Lakers will likely be without Andre Drummond, in addition to being without their two stars Anthony Davis and LeBron James, as Drummond continues to deal with the discomfort of losing his right big toenail.

And as will be the case throughout the next two weeks, their opponent is playing for something. The Sacramento Kings, seen by many as potential sellers at the trade deadline, kept their chips and are making a run at the play-in tournament in the West. As of Friday morning, the Kings are just one game back of the Golden State Warriors for the No. 10 seed in the West, the last spot for the play-in.

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: April 2

  • Time: 10 p.m. ET

  • TV Channel: Spectrum SportsNet, NBC Sports Sacramento, NBA League Pass

Injury Report

Andre Drummond (toe), LeBron James (high ankle sprain), Anthony Davis (calf), Jared Dudley (knee) are all out for L.A. Wesley Matthews is questionable for the Lakers. Marvin Bagley III is out for the Kings, while Hassan Whiteside is questionable to play.

Sacramento Kings (22-26)

  • Harrison Barnes

  • Buddy Hield

  • Richaun Holmes

  • Tyrese Haliburton

  • De’Aaron Fox

Los Angeles Lakers (30-18)

  • Kyle Kuzma

  • Markieff Morris

  • Marc Gasol

  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

  • Dennis Schröder

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