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

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

The Kings head to Cleveland to face the Cavaliers who are currently 5-19 in the first season since LeBron James left to join the Lakers. 

The Kings are coming off a strong performance against the Suns in a 122-105 victory in Phoenix. Buddy Hield shot 7-of-13 from the field and 3-for-5 from behind the arc. He finished with 20 points.

He and the Kings are hoping to continue successes on this four-game road trip. 

Here's how you can watch Kings-Cavs, as well as NBC Sports California's pregame and postgame coverage, live on the MyTeams by NBC Sports app. 

When: 4:30 p.m. PT on Friday, Dec. 7 (pregame show starts at 4:00 p.m.)
Live Stream: MyTeams by NBC Sports app

Desktop users can stream the game online right here.

Former NBA player turned Kings scout Predrag Drobnjak stops by Sacramento

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Former NBA player turned Kings scout Predrag Drobnjak stops by Sacramento

SACRAMENTO -- The NBA draft process is entering its final week, and that means it’s time for the Kings to call all of their scouts back from afar and whittle the list to a handful of prospects for pick Nos. 40, 47 and 60.

During Wednesday’s workout, former player-turned-European scout Predrag Drobnjak was seated courtside next to longtime friends Vlade Divac and Peja Stojakovic. Following the workout, he hit the floor, took some shots and showed off some of his old moves.

In his playing days, Drobnjak was known for his ability to knock down a long-range shot, and in Seattle, he became a bit of a cult hero for his television ads, which still can be found hidden deep on the internet.

There used to be an entire website devoted to Drobnjak and the Drobnjak Manjaks. Unfortunately, it no longer is available.

Source: Luke Walton adds ex-Suns coach Igor Kokoskov to Kings' staff

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Source: Luke Walton adds ex-Suns coach Igor Kokoskov to Kings' staff

SACRAMENTO -- Luke Walton’s coaching staff is expanding. The Sacramento Kings have added former Phoenix Suns head coach Igor Kokoskov as an assistant, a league source told NBC Sports California. 

Kokoskov spent 17 years in the NBA as an assistant coach with the Clippers, Pistons, Suns, Cavs, and Jazz before finally getting the call to head Phoenix prior to the 2018-19 season.

He lasted just one season with the Suns, posting a 19-63 record with the struggling franchise. Phoenix has now lost 58 games or more in four consecutive seasons and burned through four head coaches during that time frame.

Serbian born and raised, Kokoskov brings international experience as well. He led the Slovenian National team to a EuroBasket title in 2017. He also worked as an assistant on the Serbian National team in 2004-05 and as the head coach for the Georian National team from 2008 to 2015.

He joins a growing staff that already includes Jesse Mermuys, Bob Beyer and Roy Rana, as well as assistant player development coach Bobby Jackson.

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Kokoskov, Mermuys and Beyers are likely Walton’s three court-side assistants for the upcoming season.

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski first reported the news of Kokoskov’s hiring.