Kings vs. Clippers: Why not try the road again?

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Unsuccessful in two home games against beatable teams, the Kings try their luck on the road again.

The Kings lost two home games many felt they could have won this week. And now, a road game that looks like sure doom! Sacramento visits the L.A. Clippers on Saturday for a test of wills and normalcy. The game is slated for 7:30 p.m. Pacific on Comcast SportsNet California, NBA TV and 1140 AM.

The Kings are one of two teams in the league winless on the road. Sacramento is 0-5 away from home, with losses to the Bulls, Wolves, Pacers, Lakers and Jazz. That's a pretty alright line-up, and the Clippers are better than any of them. L.A. is 9-6 overall and 6-3 at home. Without Tyreke Evans -- who is reportedly likely to miss his second game with a bruised knee -- it'll be tough to win. But we've seen Sacramento play above its status the season a few times. Perhaps Saturday will offer the latest glimpse.

Game thread slated for 7:30. The fan predictions thread will be along shortly.

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