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Kings Looking To Shut Down Jaw-Dropping Losing Streak vs. Bucks

The Sacramento Kings have not had it easy vs. the Milwaukee Bucks recently.
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It's been some rough sledding for the Sacramento Kings when playing the Milwaukee Bucks. Across the past eight years, it's seemed that Giannis Antetokounmpo and Co. have consistently had Sacramento's number.

The last time the Kings secured a victory over the Bucks was way back in 2016, with a lineup highlighted by Rudy Gay and Rajon Rondo. Ever since, it's been 15 straight for Milwaukee (longest win streak vs. one team in the NBA), showcasing some straight domination.

It's safe to say that Sacramento is well overdue to get another W in the left column against this squad.

Luckily for the Kings, they'll enter the night with a fully healthy starting lineup, headlined by De'Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis. This team will be hungry to get back on their feet after their 104-112 loss vs. the Houston Rockets on Sunday, needing some strong performances down the stretch to bolster their postseason aspirations.

As it stands, the Kings land 7th in the West, a full game behind the Phoenix Suns. Taking home this game against the Bucks would effectively be a massive lift ahead of their final eighteen games of the year. However, as history tells it, a win vs. Milwaukee is much easier said than done.

These two will tip off tonight in the Golden One Center at 7 PM PT.

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