Chicago Bulls are set to host Sacramento Kings in the United Center on Wednesday night. The Bulls have won their last two games and are keen to extend their winning streak to three. On the other hand, the Kings come into this game after a 133-124 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, ending their three-game winning streak.
Despite having De'Aaron Fox, Kevin Huerter and Domantas Sabonis, who scored 35, 28, and 23 points respectively in their last game, the Kings were unable to contain the Bucks. However, they will be looking to start afresh on the road trip with a victory against the Bulls.
The Kings will be missing the services of Trey Lyles, who will serve a one-game suspension following an altercation with Brook Lopez during their game against the Bucks. The Kings are currently third in the Western Conference, trailing conference-leading Denver by 5 1/2 games.
The Bulls, on the other hand, are in the 10th spot in the Eastern Conference, which would be the final play-in berth for the postseason. The team has a half-game lead over the Washington Wizards. The Bulls have won their last two games on the road against Denver Nuggets and Houston Rockets.