Gameday preview: Tatum and Porzingis injury, Queta's comeback, and scouting reports for the Kings vs. Celtics

The top players in the NBA will test the Kings when they host 

the Boston Celtics on Wednesday in Sacramento's Golden 1 Center in a major game. 

After winning eight of their last eleven games and three straight, the Kings (16-9) are in fourth in the Western Conference. 

four games adrift of the Minnesota Timberwolves, who lead the conference. 

The Golden State Warriors defeated the Celtics (20-6) 132-126 in overtime on Tuesday after the team had won five straight games. 

The Milwaukee Bucks and the Celtics are tied for first place in the Eastern Conference, with one game separating them.

The Kings are finishing off a six-game homestand, and this is the beginning of a difficult stretch for Sacramento. 

On Wednesday, they take on the Celtics; on Friday, they play the Phoenix Suns; and on Saturday, they play the Timberwolves. 

These next three games will be difficult for us, Kings center Domantas Sabonis stated. "Hopefully, all of them are in good rhythm and form. 

We're going to have to engage in combat outside. They won't be simple at all.

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