Kevin Martin practiced today and expects to be on the floor Friday when the Kings play at Philadelphia.
"Right now it's looking very likely after playing today," Martin said.
Martin was cleared to practice on Tuesday after being out since November with a broken left wrist.
Kings coach Paul Westphal said barring any stiffness in Martin's wrist tomorrow, he expects Martin to play on the six-game road trip that begins against the 76ers.
Martin said it didn't matter if he started.
"I think he'll play," Westphal said. "How much will depend on how rusty he is, how he feels, how the game's going, all kinds of things."
Martin said he spent the portion of practice the media can't see "roaming" as he worked to get reacquainted with his teammates.
When it was time to scrimmage, Martin didn't look to be playing tentatively. His shot was off, which is to be expected after the layoff.
Martin will have another tomorrow to assess his readiness to play Friday.
"Made it 12 rounds," Martin said of his recovery. "That fight is over. I'm just looking forward to seeing how I do after tomorrow with a couple of workouts with the assistant coaches and just go from there."