NBA India Games: Indiana Pacers Vs Sacramento Kings Match Preview

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Indiana Pacers take on Sacramento Kings in the first-ever NBA India match at the NSCI Dome in Mumbai. Here is our take on both teams who play this weekend

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The National Basketball Association (NBA) based in the US, will play its maiden competitive match in India over the course of two days. Indiana Pacers will take on Sacramento Kings in back-to-back games on Ocotber 4 and 5 respectively. There is a lot of buzz surrounding the match to be held on Friday and Saturday. Here is the match preview for Indiana Pacers vs Sacramento Kings along with key stats and figures.

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NBA India Games 2019: Indiana Pacers vs Sacramento Kings match preview

The Indiana Pacers vs Sacramento Kings game is bound to be a milestone event in the history of Indian basketball. Sacramento Kings will be brimming with confidence due to the influx of young talent into their squad. 20-year old Marvin Bagley III will be eager to prove his worth in tonight's match at the NSCI Dome in Mumbai. Meanwhile, Indiana Pacers' Myles Turner is the reigning blocks leader in the NBA. He will be key tonight if the Pacers' want to win this weekend.

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NBA India Games 2019: Indiana Pacers vs Sacramento Kings playing 

Sacramento Kings predicted line-up

Rudy Fernandez, De'Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield, Harrison Barnes, Marvin Bagley III

Indiana Pacers predicted line-up

Malcolm Brogdon, Domantas Sabonis, Myles Turner, Jeremy Lamb, Doug McDermott.

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