Spurs vs Trail Blazers: Preview, Injury Report, and Betting Odds

Spurs vs Trail Blazers sees the Spurs looking for their fourth consecutive win.
December 12, 2022, San Antonio, TX: during the fourth quarter against the Cleveland Cavaliers at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas Monday, December 12, 2022. (Photo by Reginald Thomas II/San Antonio Spurs)

The San Antonio Spurs are looking to extend their winning streak to four games tonight against the Portland Trail Blazers. In the last meeting between these two teams, the Trail Blazers came away with a 117-110 win, and Jakob Poeltl had a career-high 31 points. San Antonio will be looking for someone to step up in tonight’s game with Poeltl listed as “out” once again on the injury report.

Tonight’s game will air live at 7 p.m. CT on CW35 from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. You can also listen to a live broadcast of the game on 1200 WOAI AM.

How To Watch Spurs vs Trail Blazers

  • When: Wednesday, December 14, 2022
  • Location: AT&T Center – San Antonio, Texas
  • Start Time: 7 p.m. CT
  • TV: CW35 (San Anotnio) | Root Sports Northwest (Portland)
  • Radio: 1200 WOAI AM

Betting Odds

According to sportsbookwire, the Trail Blazers are favored to win by 6.5 points. If you’re a risk taker, a winning bet on the Spurs could pay out handsomely. Please remember that the odds are always subject to change.

Moneyline (ML): Trail Blazers -250 | Spurs +210
Spread: Trail Blazers -6.5 (-110) | Spurs +6.5 (-110)
Over/Under (O/U): 232.5 (O: -105 | U: -115)

Spurs vs Trail Blazers Injury Reports

Both Teams have key players on the injury report as day-today, with two competitive teams an injured player could make all the difference.

Portland Trail Blazers Injury Report

Josh Hart: Day-to-Day
Drew Eubanks: Day-to-Day (Probable)
Gary Payton II: OUT
Nassir Little: OUT

San Antonio Spurs Injury Report

Josh Richardson: Day-to-Day (Questionable)
Zach Collins: Day-to-Day (Doubtful)
Romeo Langford: Day-to-Day(Doubtful)
Blake Wesley: OUT
Jakob Poeltl: OUT
Keita Bates-Diop: OUT

Spurs vs Trail Blazers Preview

San Antonio looks to keep their win streak alive against tough competition from Portland. On Sunday, the Spurs defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 112-111 to win their third consecutive game.

The Trail Blazers enter the Alamo City off back-to-back wins against Minnesota, where Damian Lillard scored over 30 points in both games. With the Spurs playing better defense the last few games, they’ll see if they can tame Lillard’s efficiency. This has the potential to be a great game for the young San Antonio squad if can stay ahead or keep the score close.

Do you think the San Antonio can pull off four wins in a row? Will the Spurs be able to neutralize Lillard? Comment your final score predictions below.


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