One day after losing to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the San Antonio Spurs will return to the hardwood to face the Detroit Pistons. A look at how to watch it online.
On Sunday, the San Antonio Spurs were without LaMarcus Aldridge, Rudy Gay and Pau Gasol against the Oklahoma City Thunder. That led to the younger players receiving extra court time. Despite taking the lead in the fourth quarter, the Silver and Black dropped the game, 90-87, and fell to 15-8.
One day later, the Spurs will return to the court to face the Detroit Pistons. It’s a home game, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX. These teams have not played each other this season.
As for the injury report, it features Joffrey Lauvergne (dislocated finger) and Rudy Gay (sore right heel) as probable. Kyle Anderson, who suffered a knee injury against the Thunder, will not play. The same goes for Kawhi Leonard, who has not played in any of the team’s 23 games. He could return soon, however.
Rudy Gay (sore right heel) and Joffrey Lauvergne (right middle mallet finger) are probable for tonight’s Spurs-Pistons game.
Kyle Anderson (left MCL sprain) and Kawhi Leonard (right quadriceps tendinopathy) are out. pic.twitter.com/JxM5ZLF0ft
— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) December 4, 2017
This should mean Aldridge and Parker play, too. Both were rested in Oklahoma City, which marked the former’s first game missed in the 2017-18 season.
Details on how to watch the Spurs vs. Pistons are below. This includes the start time, TV info, live stream and more:
Date: Monday, Dec. 4Time: 8:30 p.m. ETLocation: San Antonio, TXVenue: AT&T CenterTV Info: FSDT, FSSWLive Stream: NBA League Pass
Unlike Sunday’s game, this will only be available on the local networks. That means those who want to watch from outside the San Antonio and Detroit areas must order an NBA League Pass subscription. There are multiple pricing options available.
The Spurs will eye their 16th win, and look to take this game at home. Will you be tuning in to watch?