Spurs vs Suns Betting Odds, Prediction, Pick, TV for Jan. 17

Chris Paul, Deandre Ayton, Derrick White
Chris Paul, Deandre Ayton, Derrick White / Chris Coduto/GettyImages

The San Antonio Spurs finally got back on the winning track on Saturday and will look to begin a streak when they host the Phoenix Suns on Monday.

Derrick White made his return to the court in a big way against the LA Clippers, scoring a team-high 19 points off the bench and playing clutch defense to seal the victory, 101-94. It was the first time the Spurs had held an opponent below 100 points since January 5th, White's last game before entering health and safety protocols.

Meanwhile, the Phoenix Suns have won three straight after defeating the Detroit Pistons 135-108 behind 30 points from Devin Booker.

The Suns have won four straight games in the series and last defeated the Spurs in December, 108-104.

San Antonio Spurs vs Phoenix Suns Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick

The latest odds from WynnBet have the Spurs as 4.5 point underdogs against the Suns.

Phoenix Suns: -195
San Antonio Spurs: +160

The over/under for the matchup is 226.5. The Spurs are averaging 110.6 points per game while the Suns are averaging 112.3.

San Antonio Spurs vs Suns Prediction

The return of Jakob Poeltl will be important in this one, as will the re-integration of Derrick White back into the lineup. Deandre Ayton being day-to-day could make the difference in this matchup that will likely be closely fought. The Spurs should play well with almost their whole roster back, but I'm going with Phoenix pulling away late due to their abundance of clutch guys.

Suns 113 , Spurs 106

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What channel is the San Antonio Spurs game on?

The game will air on Bally Sports Southwest and Bally Sports Arizona. Tip off is set for 8:30 pm ET.

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San Antonio Spurs Next Games and Schedule

The Spurs continue their homestand with the Oklahoma City Thunder before welcoming LaMarcus Aldridge and Patty Mills back to San Antonio on Friday.

Jan. 19 vs OKC
Jan. 21 vs Brooklyn
Jan. 23 vs Philadelphia