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When and where does Princepal Singh play in 2021-22 NBA G League season? Full schedule for Stockton Kings

Princepal Singh continues his trailblazing 2021 calendar year with another milestone.

Picked with the 61st pick (Round 3, Pick 5) in the 2021 NBA G League Draft by the Stockton Kings, he becomes the third Indian after Palpreet Singh Brar and Amjyot Singh to be picked in the development league's Draft.

MORE: Princepal has his eyes set on the NBA

Palpreet was selected 80th pick overall (4th round, 11th pick) by the Long Island Nets - the G League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets - in the 2016 Draft. Amjyot was selected 95th overall (4th round, 25th pick) by the Oklahoma City Blue in the 2017 Draft.

This would be Princepal's second season in the G League, having represented the Ignite during the 2021 bubble season. He made an appearance in four games, totaling totaled nine points, four rebounds and one steal in 25 minutes of court time.

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With the Stockton Kings - the Sacramento Kings G League affiliate - the NBA Academy India alumni will remain in-house having been part of the franchise's Summer League roster that went on to win the Las Vegas competition back in August. Being part of that roster, made the 20-year-old the first Indian ever to be part of a championship-winning squad at any level of the NBA.

MORE: Singh's Summer League debut a huge leap for Indian basketball

Looking ahead to the 2021-22 G League season, when could Princepal play?

Here's a look at the complete - Showcase Cup and regular-season - schedule of the Stockton Kings:

When and where does Singh play? Stockton Kings full schedule

The league changed the format of the season, by playing in two stages - the 14-game Showcase Cup and the 36-game regular season.

The Showcase Cup culminates with the NBA G League Winter Showcase on the weekend of December 19 to 22.

Stockton Kings' 2021 Showcase Cup schedule
Date [IST] Opponent Arena Time [IST]
Nov. 6 Santa Cruz Warriors Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, CA 7:30 am
Nov. 7 Santa Cruz Warriors Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, CA 7:30 am
Nov. 15 Agua Caliente Clippers Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 3:30 am
Nov. 16 Agua Caliente Clippers Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Nov. 24 Salt Lake City Stars Lifetime Activities Center-Bruin Arena, Salt Lake City, UT 7:30 am
Nov. 27 Salt Lake City Stars Lifetime Activities Center-Bruin Arena, Salt Lake City, UT 7:30 am
Nov. 29 G League Ignite Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 3:30 am
Nov. 30 G League Ignite Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Dec. 11 South Bay Lakers Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Dec. 12 South Bay Lakers Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Dec. 15 Oklahoma City Blue Cox Convention Center, Oklahoma City, OK 11:30 pm
Dec. 18 Oklahoma City Blue Cox Convention Center, Oklahoma City, OK 6:30 am

The 36-game regular season tips-off on Dec. 27 with the league standings resetting in order to qualify for the playoffs.

Stockton Kings' 2021 regular season schedule
Date [IST] Opponent Arena Time [IST]
Dec. 29 Iowa Wolves Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, IA 6:30 am
Dec. 31 Iowa Wolves Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, IA 6:30 am
Jan. 3, 2022 Austin Spurs H-E-B Center at Cedar Park, TX 4:30 am
Jan. 6 Birmingham Squadron Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Jan. 7 Birmingham Squadron Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Jan. 10 Oklahoma City Blue Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 3:30 am
Jan. 15 Agua Caliente Clippers Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Jan. 18 Santa Cruz Warriors Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, CA 2:30 am
Jan. 21 Sioux Falls Skyforce Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Jan. 24 Sioux Falls Skyforce Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 1:30 am
Jan. 25 Agua Caliente Clippers Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario, CA 8:30 am
Jan. 28 Salt Lake City Stars Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Jan. 29 Iowa Wolves Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Feb. 3 Texas Legends Comerica Center, Frisco, TX 6:30 am
Feb. 5 Texas Legends Comerica Center, Frisco, TX 7:00 am
Feb. 9 Rio Grande Valley Vipers Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Feb. 10 Salt Lake City Stars Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Feb. 12 Sioux Falls Skyforce Sanford Pentagon, Sioux Falls, SD 6:30 am
Feb. 16 Texas Legends Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Feb. 18 Memphis Hustle Landers Center, Southaven, MS 6:30 am
Feb. 24 South Bay Lakers Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 12:30 am
Feb. 25 Agua Caliente Clippers Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario, CA 12:30 am
Feb. 27 South Bay Lakers UCLA Health Training Center, Los Angeles, CA 6:30 am
Mar. 3 Santa Cruz Warriors Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Mar. 9 Memphis Hustle Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Mar. 11 Santa Cruz Warriors Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 8:30 am
Mar. 13 South Bay Lakers UCLA Health Training Center, Los Angeles, CA 6:30 am
Mar. 18 Oklahoma City Blue Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 7:30 am
Mar. 20 Austin Spurs Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 7:30 am
Mar. 22 Austin Spurs Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA 7:30 am
Mar. 23 Oklahoma City Blue Cox Convention Center, Oklahoma City, OK 10:30 pm
Mar. 26 Rio Grande Valley Vipers Bert Ogden Arena, Edinburg, TX 6:00 am
Mar. 27 Rio Grande Valley Vipers Bert Ogden Arena, Edinburg, TX 6:00 am
Mar. 30 Memphis Hustle Landers Center, Southaven, MS 5:30 am
Apr. 1 Birmingham Squadron Legacy Arena, Birmingham, AL 5:30 am
Apr. 3 Salt Lake City Stars Lifetime Activities Center-Bruin Arena, Salt Lake City, UT 6:30 am

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