San Antonio Spurs (28-36) vs Memphis Grizzlies (32-34) is the third match for today. Here we look at the Match Preview, TV Schedule, and Probable lineups.
Match 3 will be a clash for eighth seed as Spurs and Grizzlies sit on the 10th and 8th spots in Western Conference respectively. The eighth seed has its own tournament as the Blazers, Spurs, Grizzlies, Kings, Pelicans, Suns, Wizards, and Nets are fighting for a place in the playoffs.
Spurs have started their season restart impressively, they cruised over Kings with a 129-120 victory whereas Grizzlies lost to Blazers (135-140) in overtime. A win for Grizzlies will take them one step forward to the playoffs but if Spurs win tonight they will make things more complex for other teams.
Grizzlies led by Ja Morant will be stepping onto the court today with a massive zest towards a playoff spot. But Spurs should present a tough enough challenge.
Where to watch Spurs vs Grizzlies on TV and Online?
The game is scheduled at 4:00 PM (ET) and can be watched on the following platforms:
- NBA TV (Accessed through NBA League Pass)
- TV: Fox Sports Southeast – Memphis
- TV: Fox Sports Southwest – San Antonio
- Live Stream on Fubo.tv
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In order to view NBA TV, fans should visit the official NBA website or the mobile application to view the game on their desktop, mobile, tablets or consoles.
However, you’ll need to buy the NBA League pass in order to access NBA TV.
Spurs vs Grizzlies Preview
Spurs in the game against Sacramento Kings displayed an all-around team effort with powerful individual performances from Derrick White and DeMar DeRozan. The duo added a total of 53 points in the previous victory. The duo’s offensive and defensive skills should prove to be a thorn in Grizzlies’ attempt to make it to the playoffs.
The bench for Spurs will give an edge against Memphis as in the game against Kings, the subs contributed with 42 points. Memphis do have good starters but lack in substitutions. Memphis’ Melton and Clarke are reliable substitutions.
Rudy Gay, Keldon Johnson, and Quinndary Weatherspoon give strength to Spurs starters. They have shown what they are capable of in the scrimmages and the game against Kings.
Memphis will look to bounce back with a win with their star Rookie Ja Morant in their arsenal.
The probable lineup for Spurs
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The probable lineup for Grizzlies