The Kings likely will have All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins back for Monday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs at Sleep Train Arena.
Cousins, who has missed four games with a right Achilles strain, is listed on the team’s injury as “probable,” meaning he has a 75 percent chance of playing.
The Kings (1-6) have lost all four games without Cousins, including 103-94 to the Golden State Warriors on Saturday.
Kings point guard Darren Collison will miss his second game in a row with a left hamstring strain, and reserve guard Seth Curry, who has a right ankle sprain, is listed as “questionable,” meaning there’s a 50 percent chance he can play.
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After Monday’s game against the Spurs, the Kings play at home against Detroit on Wednesday, Brooklyn on Friday and Toronto on Sunday before starting a five-game road trip against Atlanta next Wednesday.
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