Phoenix, AZ (Reuters) – The Phoenix Suns will play the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night at 5:00 p.o.m ET (19:00 GMT) in a nationally televised game televised on ESPN.

The game is being broadcast by ESPN, Fox Sports 1 and ESPN2.

It will also be broadcast on FOX Sports GO.

The Kings are 4-0 since their NBA-record-tying six-game winning streak ended in a loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday night, beating Portland by a combined 12 points in the process.

The win was the fifth time in the last six games that the Kings have beaten a team by at least six points.

The win gives Sacramento a six-point cushion over the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors, who are 2-0 in their last four games against the Phoenix Suns.

The Golden State-Phoenix game will be the first time the Suns and Kings will face off since Jan. 14, 2019, when the Kings defeated the Kings 121-100 at Pepsi Center in Denver.

Phoenix will play at home again on Tuesday after the Kings won 109-97 at Pepsi Arena in San Antonio on Tuesday.

The Suns (2-1) will be without center Brandon Bass for at least one game because of an injury.

They are 2 for 12 from 3-point range in the past four games.

They have been without three other players from that stretch: forward Josh McRoberts (left ankle sprain), center Alex Len (right hamstring strain) and forward Devin Booker (right knee sprain).

The Kings (2, 0) have won four of their last five games and have won six of their past seven against the Suns.

The last time the Kings lost at Phoenix was Dec. 13, 2016.