NBA India Games 2019: Pacers Vs Kings Game 2 Preview, Line-up

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Indiana Pacers take on Sacramento Kings in the second and final pre-season NBA India game at the NSCI Dome on Saturday; here are more details on both NBA teams

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:

Indiana Pacers will take on Sacramento Kings in their second and final NBA India pre-season match on October 5, 2019. After last night's epic thriller at the NSCI Dome, there is a lot of buzz surrounding the match to be held on Saturday evening. Kings owner Vivek Ranadive will be extremely pleased with the response by Indian fans. Here is the match preview for Indiana Pacers vs Sacramento Kings along with key stats and figures.

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After last night's thriller, expect another one on Saturday too

The playoff-like intensity during the first-ever NBA game in India was totally unexpected. The second half, and over time, in particular, made the very first NBA India game unforgettable for every basketball fan across the country. The Indiana Pacers made a strong comeback and edged past their opponents in the build-up to Saturday night's game at the NSCI Dome in Mumbai. The Kings failed to maintain a 21-point lead and would be desperate for revenge and please their fans tonight. Meanwhile, Sabonis and the rest of the Pacers team will hope to build upon their hard-fought victory yesterday before leaving the country.

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NBA India Games 2019: Pacers vs Kings predicted playing line-up

Sacramento Kings: De'Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield, Harrison Barnes, Marvin Bagley III, Bogdan Bogdanovic

Indiana Pacers: Malcolm Brogdon, Domantas Sabonis, Myles Turner, Jeremy Lamb, TJ Warren

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