Brooklyn was in Miami on Saturday and lost to the Heat, 115-111. Kyrie Irving scored 29 points (10-of-22) and rookie Cam Thomas scored 22 off the bench (8-of-18).
Sacramento beat Washington on Saturday, 123-110. De’Aaron Fox led the Kings with 26 points (10-of-21) and Harrison Barnes had 21 (7-of-9).
The Nets were in Sacramento on Feb. 12 and lost to the Kings 112-101 in what ended up being James Harden’s final game with Brooklyn.
The Kings will be without Terence Davis (wrist) and Jeremy Lamb (ankle) is questionable for Monday’s matchup.
Kevin Durant (MCL), Joe Harris (ankle), Ben Simmons (conditioning), and Irving (ineligible) will be out for the Nets. James Johnson (knee) is listed as questionable.
Seth Curry and Andre Drummond will be making their debut after being traded from Philadelphia to Brooklyn last Thursday.
Brooklyn Nets vs. Sacramento Kings betting odds, spread, over/under
According to WynnBET, the Kings are the 3.5-point favorites over the Nets. Sacramento is -170 on the moneyline and Brooklyn is +140. The over/under for the game is set at 227.5 points.
Brooklyn Nets vs. Sacramento Kings prediction
De’Aaron Fox is back for the Kings and the team also traded for Domantas Samonis but I believe that the Nets will break their losing streak. It’ll be a huge boost to have Curry and Drummond in the lineup. Games played in Barclays haven’t had a lot of meaning in recent weeks but Brooklyn’s finally turning the corner.
We’re taking the Nets +3.5 and under 227.5 points.
Brooklyn 113, Sacramento 111.
Brooklyn Nets vs. Sacramento Kings TV channel
The Nets-Kings game won’t be broadcast on national television but it will be available on the local YES Network in the Tri-State area. The tip-off is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. ET.
Brooklyn Nets schedule and upcoming games
Brooklyn will travel to Madison Square Garden on Wednesday before going back to Barclays Center for one final game before the All-Star break.
Feb. 16 at New York
Feb. 17 vs. Washington
Feb. 24 vs. Boston
Feb. 26 at Milwaukee