Kings (7-11) at 76ers (4-14)
Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia
When: 4 p.m. Wednesday
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1. Focus: The 76ers have been at the bottom of the NBA in recent seasons, but they are improving. The Kings would be foolish to assume this will be an easy victory, especially on the road.
2. Get moving: The Kings are at their best when the offense has ball and player movement and isn’t relying solely on DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay to attack. If the Kings resort to simply staring at Gay or Cousins with the ball, they’ll be in trouble.
3. Distance help: Sacramento made a season-low three 3-pointers in Monday’s overtime loss to the Washington Wizards. The Kings need a perimeter scoring threat to keep Philadelphia’s defense honest.