The Spurs square off with the Hornets tonight as they continue searching for their first win of the Rodeo Road Trip. San Antonio is in the middle of a franchise-record 13-game losing streak, though perhaps a meeting with a fellow bottom dweller is the perfect opportunity for them to head into the All-Star Break on a positive note.
Keldon Johnson's injury status for Spurs @ Hornets
Keldon Johnson has been questionable on nearly every injury report since tweaking his left ankle against the 76ers on February 3, and he has played through the pain in all but one game over that span. The fourth-year small forward was a no-show on the latest injury update, so expect to see a ton of the Spurs' leading scorer during their pitstop in Charlotte.
Spurs and Hornets complete injury reports for tonight
Spurs: Devin Vassell (Out - Knee), Tre Jones (Out - Foot), Romeo Langford (Out - Adductor), Khem Birch (Out - Ineligible), Isaiah Roby (Out - Ankle), Doug McDermott (Available - Achilles)
Hornets: James Bouknight (Out - On Assignment), Theo Maledon (Out - Two-Way), Cody Martin (Out - Knee), Kelly Oubre Jr. (Out - Hand), Terry Rozier (Doubtful - Hand), Kai Jones (Available - Ankle)
San Antonio Spurs Upcoming Schedule
The Silver and Black have an entire week off after tonight's game versus Charlotte, which should give them all the rest they need for everyone on the roster to get healthy. Nicks and bruises have plagued them all season, and the All-Star Break comes at a perfect time.
Head Coach Gregg Popovich and company resume the final leg of their Rodeo Road Trip against a pair of Western Conference playoff hopefuls before returning to the comfort of the AT&T Center for matchups with a couple of lottery-bound ball clubs.
- Thu, Feb. 23: San Antonio Spurs @ Dallas Mavericks (7:30 PM CT)
- Sat, Feb. 25: San Antonio Spurs @ Utah Jazz (8:00 PM CT)
- Tue, Feb. 28: San Antonio Spurs @ Utah Jazz (8:00 PM CT)
- Thu, Mar. 2: San Antonio Spurs vs. Indiana Pacers (7:30 PM CT)
- Sat, Mar. 4: San Antonio Spurs vs. Houston Rockets (7:00 PM CT)