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Spurs vs. Trail Blazers: Game time, live stream, injury report, TV info

By Rob Wolkenbrod
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On Wednesday night, the San Antonio Spurs will travel to face the Portland Trail Blazers. A look at the game info.

After a day off, the San Antonio Spurs will travel to face the Portland Trail Blazers. It’s the 32nd game of the season, and an attempt for the Silver and Black to win three consecutive. The previous two were against the Dallas Mavericks and Los Angeles Clippers.

The Spurs breezed by the Clippers, 109-91, with strong efforts from LaMarcus Aldridge and Tony Parker. They led the way to the team’s 21st win of the 2017-18 season.

Since this game will be the first of a back-to-back, the Spurs won’t have a full lineup. They will be without two players while two return.

Kyle Anderson and Danny Green were listed as “probable” for the Blazers game. Anderson last played on Dec. 3 after suffering a sprained left MCL. Green missed the previous two games, with a groin ailment.

Parker and Kawhi Leonard were listed as “out.” Both recently returned from quad injuries, and got labeled as “return from injury management.”

INJURY REPORT:

Kyle Anderson (left MCL sprain) and Danny Green (tightness, left groin) are probable for tomorrow’s Spurs-Trail Blazers game. Kawhi Leonard (return from injury management) and Tony Parker (return from injury management) are both out.

— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) December 19, 2017

Without Leonard, look for Anderson to start. If not him, Rudy Gay will potentially be the next man up.

The game details for Wednesday night are below. This includes the start time, TV info, live stream and radio information:

Date: Thursday, Dec. 20Time: 10:00 p.m. ETLocation: Portland, ORVenue: Moda CenterTV Info: FSSW, NSNWLive Stream: NBA League PassRadio: WOAI

A look at the official injury report is below:

Injury Report:

  • Kyle Anderson (knee) – probable
  • Danny Green (groin) – questionable
  • Kawhi Leonard (quad) – out
  • Tony Parker (quad) – out

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This will be local networks only, with NSNW and FSSW as the game providers. Otherwise, it’s available on NBA League Pass, with a subscription fee that accompanies it. Will you be tuning in?

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