After one day off, the San Antonio Spurs will return to the court to face the Miami Heat. A look at how to watch it online.
Wednesday night will be another game for the San Antonio Spurs, who host the Miami Heat. It’s the second head-to-head between these teams in the 2017-18 season, with the Spurs taking the first matchup in October.
The Silver and Black will miss Kawhi Leonard for the 25th time this season. He’s yet to play a minute through 25 games and the preseason due to a quad injury. The events of this and the severity of the ailment are not known. Kyle Anderson will also miss his second consecutive game, after suffering a sprained MCL vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder. His return timetable remains 2-3 weeks.
After not playing on Monday, due to a dislocated finger, Joffrey Lauvergne is probable for Wednesday evening. So is Rudy Gay, who’s dealing with a sore right heel.
The injury report may change soon, however. Before the Detroit Pistons game, Leonard spoke about his status, noting he “feels good” but needing to go through another step. Since he’s not playing tonight, will that mean a return on Friday, Dec. 8 vs. the Boston Celtics? It’s the Spurs’ final home game before a three-game road trip.
Details on how to watch the Spurs vs. Heat online are below. This includes the start time, TV info, live stream and more:
Date: Wednesday, Dec. 6Time: 8:30 p.m. ETLocation: San Antonio, TXVenue: AT&T CenterTV Info: FSSW, SUNLive Stream: NBA League Pass
FSSW and SUN will be the networks to watch for this Spurs game. Otherwise, an NBA League Pass will broadcast either local stations’ commentary and feed. Pricing differs for a subscription, so check the above link to see which applies best. Then, catch the Spurs at 8:30 p.m. ET, as they look for another win.