San Antonio Spurs vs. Thunder: How to watch, game time, injury report

San Antonio Spurs Dejounte Murray LaMarcus Aldridge (Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports)
San Antonio Spurs Dejounte Murray LaMarcus Aldridge (Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports) /

The San Antonio Spurs finally return to the AT&T Center for the first time since March for a preseason game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Even though there won’t be a crowd yet, the San Antonio Spurs will be happy to be home Saturday evening. For the first time since winning 119-109 over the Dallas Mavericks on March 10th, the Silver and Black will be returning to the AT&T Center for preseason action against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Though some are non-guaranteed, two-way signings, or camp invites, the Spurs will officially have 18 guys available for their three preseason games. Some guys, however, will likely be sitting as an extra precaution due to previous injuries.

With new draft picks Devin Vassell and Tre Jones joining the mix, Gregg Popovich will likely use the three tune-up games to incorporate some of his younger guys into the fold and figure out everyone’s role.

In what promises to be another unconventional NBA season, preseason action is finally here. Here’s all you need to know about the Saturday night showdown.

How to watch the San Antonio Spurs vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

Location: AT&T Center – San Antonio, TXDate/Time: Saturday, December 12th, 2020 @ 7 PM ETLocal/Streaming: FSSW (San Antonio),, OKC Thunder AppRadio: WOAI/KXTN (San Antonio), WWLS

Injury Report

Oklahoma City Thunder (via Logan Newman): Not traveling w/ team – Lu Dort, Darius Bazley, Al Horford, Justin Jackson, Ty Jerome, Josh Hall, and Darius Miller

San Antonio Spurs (via Spurs PR): OUT: – Keldon Johnson (left foot), Quinndary Weatherspoon (left knee), Derrick White (left second toe)PROBABLE: Lonnie Walker IV

There still hasn’t been word on when the three Spurs listed will be available, but signs are encouraging. On Wednesday, News4SA’s Jeff Garcia reported Johnson was out of his walking boot and was resuming activity with the Spurs. There’s also reason to believe White being held out is just a precaution.

This post will be updated with any further developments as game time approaches.