Kings vs. Blazers live stream: How to watch NBA game online on MyTeams

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Kings vs. Blazers live stream: How to watch NBA game online on MyTeams

The last game of the Kings' season has arrived.

Sacramento (39-42) has had its most successful season since 2005-06 and will look for its symbolic 40th win Wednesday night vs. the Blazers. Although the Kings won't make the playoffs, they have surprised many with how their young core has blossomed this season.

Sharpshooter Buddy Hield has a chance to set a record for most 3-pointers made in his first three seasons in the league -- he is currently tied with Damian Lillard at 599. All Hield needs is one more longball to set the record.

Portland, meanwhile, will be resting Lillard and co-star C.J. McCollum for the game. The Blazers have already clinched a playoff spot and could end up as either the No. 3 or No. 4 seed in the West.

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Here's how you can watch Kings-Blazers live on NBC Sports California and streaming on the MyTeams by NBC Sports app.

When: Wednesday, April 10, at 7:30 p.m. PT (pregame at 7:00 p.m.)
TV channel: NBC Sports California
Live stream: MyTeams by NBC Sports app

Kings fan makes good on pledge, gets married in Harry Giles jersey


Kings fan makes good on pledge, gets married in Harry Giles jersey

Whenever Richard and Kate Ivanowski look at their wedding photos, they will think of Kings forward Harry Giles.

That's because Richard got married to Kate this weekend while wearing a Giles jersey under his suit jacket.

Why did Richard wear a Giles jersey during his wedding? This all came about in early June when he asked his then-fiancé if he could wear a Kings jersey during their wedding. She said yes, but only if he got 10,000 retweets on Twitter.

It took about one day for Richard to hit the 10,000 retweet mark.

So, this weekend, Richard and Kate got hitched with a Giles jersey visible in their photos.

Giles himself was pretty pumped about it.

[RELATED: How Giles helped Ivanowski's plan wedding]

A few decades from now, when Richard and Kate are showing their wedding photos to their grandkids, they'll have to explain who Giles is and why his jersey was a part of their wedding.

That will be a unique story to tell.

Source: Kings unlikely to pursue free agent center Nikola Vucevic

Source: Kings unlikely to pursue free agent center Nikola Vucevic

SACRAMENTO -- The rumor mill is only going to heat up as we approach the start of the NBA’s free agency period on June 30. With $35-38 million to spend, the Sacramento Kings are going to get mentioned plenty, and often the reports will be inaccurate.

Vlade Divac and his team have placed an emphasis on improving the center position, but according to a league source, while the team holds Nikola Vucevic in high regard, the team is not expected to chase the Orlando Magic big man in free agency, despite reports to the contrary.

After posting 20.8 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.1 blocks per game this season, Vucevic is primed to sign a mega contract, whether it’s with the Orlando or elsewhere.

The 28-year-old is skilled and made his first All-Star team this season, but he’s not a great fit for the Kings’ uptempo style of play.

There are plenty of other centers on the market this summer. Dewayne Dedmon and DeAndre Jordan are both unrestricted free agents and might work as short-term fixes. Jordan is on the wrong side of 30 and Dedmon isn’t far behind, but both are solid rebounders and defenders.

Memphis Grizzlies big man Jonas Valanciunas just opted out of his contract for this season and is an unrestricted free agent. At 27-year-old he fits the age arc of the Kings’ roster, but again, isn’t exactly built for an uptempo style.

The team hasn’t shut the door on a return of the incumbent starter, Willie Cauley-Stein. He is long and athletic, but his inconsistent play continues to concern the Kings.

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Sacramento is likely to extend the 25-year-old a qualifying offer before the beginning of free agency, locking him into restricted free agent status. They will wait to see how the market materializes for the former No. 6 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft before making a final decision on his future with the team.