Spurs vs. 76ers: Odds, How to Watch, Injury Report, and More

Spurs vs. 76ers

The San Antonio Spurs will take on the Philadelphia 76ers tonight for an East vs. West matchup at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. The Spurs are currently ranked number 13 in the West, and only one game in front of the worst record in the league. The 76ers on the other hand are the number three ranked team in the Eastern Conference.

The Spurs are riding an unfortunate seven-game losing streak after failing to beat the Kings at home on Wednesday. On the contrary, The 76ers are coming off a two-game series against the matchup. The 6ers split victories with the Kings in those two matchups.

The oddsmakers have the Philadelphia 76ers as the steep five-to-one favorites in the matchup at -500. The Spurs are the +375 dogs. The 76ers are favored by 9.5 with an over-under of 233.5 according to BetMGM.

How to Watch Spurs vs. 76er

Date: Friday, February 3, 2023
Time: 7:00 PM Central Time
Location: AT&T Center – San Antonio, Texas
Stream: Bally Sports SW

Injury Report


Spurs vs. 76ers Injury Report


Spurs vs. 76ers Injury Report

Injury reports according to NBA.com as of 12:30 PM ET.7 P

Spurs vs. 76ers Preview

The San Antonio Spurs and the Philadelphia 76ers have met up only one time this season back in October. The Spurs won this matchup by a score of 114-105. However, the Spurs will be shorthanded in this matchup. The team will be missing three of their five starters.

There is a good argument that the Spurs play some of their worst basketball when Tre Jones is not there to lead the offense. Unfortunately, Jeremy Sochan and Romeo Langford cant help on the offensive end either. Given that, the Spurs have called up Dominick Barlow and Blake Wesley to San Antonio for this matchup. The Spurs will really be tested in their depth tonight, with a tough third-ranked 6ers in their sights.

The 76ers are facing a possible key injury on their end as well with Joel Embiid listed as questionable for this matchup. Luckily for them, they have another superstar in James Harden whom the offense will be able to turn to. Even without Embiid, Harden and Tobias Harris can wreak havoc against opposing offenses. In conclusion, The Spurs will need to limit those two if they want to stand a chance in this matchup. This is a tall task considering all of their injuries.

Tune in tonight for the post-game recap.


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