Two teams with losing records in the NBA preseason will hit the hardwood for another exhibition game on Thursday night. The Los Angeles Clippers will host the Sacramento Kings as the second part of a nationally televised doubleheader. Both teams have a good number of their players listed as "day-to-day" making it unknown who will be on the court for tonight's game. Here's a look at the upcoming matchup with start time, point spread, points total, TV Channel, and Kings vs. Clippers live streaming details.

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The Sacramento Kings are a young team in rebuild mode but have a promising future behind their newest rookie De'Aaron Fox and scoring machine Buddy Hield.

The team has also added veteran leadership in former Grizzlies Vince Carter and Zach Randolph. For the preseason, they've only won their first game of the schedule and have lost the past three. That included a 97-83 defeat at home to the Portland Trail Blazers this past week.

The Los Angeles Clippers are a team that hopes to factor into the Western Conference playoff race this season. Despite losing Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets, the L.A. Clippers reloaded their roster with some new talent, including point guard Patrick Beverly and small forward Danilo Gallinari. Blake Griffin is now the main star there along with DeAndre Jordan. So far for the preseason, the team is just 1-2, with their most recent game also a loss to Portland, 134-106.

For tonight's game, Vegas Insider lists the Clippers as 6.5 to seven-point favorites on the point spread.

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The over/under points total is about 204.5 to 205.5 at various sportsbooks.

How to watch it live

Thursday night's Sacramento Kings vs. Los Angeles Clippers preseason matchup is part of a doubleheader on TV. It is scheduled to start at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Viewers in the United States can watch on NBATV for live television coverage. NBATV doesn't have its own streaming website or apps to use to see a live feed, but is available on a few services online.

One of these services is fuboTV which includes the NBATV channel among its package. Customers can sign up for a one-week free trial to check out the service at the fubo.TV website. In addition, SlingTV is another channel streaming service to check out. They also offer new customers a one week free trial of the service. However, to get NBATV a customer needs to sign up for the Sling Orange channel package and then add the "Sports Extra" add-on with NBATV. See the Sling.com website for full details.