Spurs vs. Bucks: How to Watch, Odds, Injury Report, and More!

Spurs vs. Bucks tonight. Keldon Johnson bringing the ball up the court for the Spurs.
November 9, 2022, San Antonio, TX: San Antonio Spurs guard Keldon Johnson dribbles up the floor during the first quarter against the Memphis Grizzlies at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas Wednesday, November 9, 2022. (Photo by Reginald Thomas II/San Antonio Spurs) https://www.nba.com/spurs/photos/photos-spurs-vs-grizzlies-11-9

The San Antonio Spurs are coming off of a razor-close defeat at the hands of the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday. The home team fell in overtime with a final score of 124-122. Tonight, they look to take on a wounded Bucks team and snap their five-game losing streak.

How To Watch The Spurs vs. Bucks

Start Time: 7:00 PM CDT
Location: AT&T Center. San Antonio, Texas
TV: Bally Sports Southwest (Local)
Radio: 1200 AM

Spurs vs. Bucks Odds

Moneyline: Spurs -125 | Bucks +105
Spread: Spurs -1.5
Over/Under: 219.5

Odds provided by BETMGM
Odds subject to change

Spurs vs. Bucks Injury Report

Antetokounmpo, Giannis: left knee soreness (OUT)
Connaughton, Pat: right calf strain (OUT)
Green, A.J: nasal fracture surgery (OUT)
Holiday, Jrue: right ankle sprain (OUT)
Ingles, Joe: left knee ACL surgery (OUT)
Middleton, Khris: left wrist ligament surgery (OUT)

Barlow, Dominick: G League (OUT)
Branham, Malaki: G League (OUT)
Collins, Zach: left fibula fracture (OUT)
Wesley, Blake: left MCL sprain (OUT)

Spurs Preview

For the first time in the season, the San Antonio Spurs will be the favorite in their matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks. However, this is mostly to do to a plethora of injuries for the visiting team including NBA superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Last time out against the Grizzlies, Jakob Poeltl, and Devin Vassell were the scoring leaders bagging up 22 points each. Poeltl just missed the double-double mark with 9 rebounds. However, this is his new season high for the year. On the other hand, Vassell has not skipped a beat since he returned from his knee injury. In the four games that he has been back, he has averaged 22 points. The Spurs even looked to him when it came to the last shot of the game against Memphis.

Not far behind the duo was Keldon Johnson with 16 points. Johnson has continually proved this year that the Spurs can rely on him to put up nearly 20 points a game. As one of the clear leaders of this San Antonio team, expect to see another high-energy night from Johnson.

Bucks Preview

As seen in the injury report, There will be a lot of star power missing from the Bucks’ lineup tonight. This will be the second consecutive game that both Giannis Antetokounmpo and guard Jrue Holiday will sit out for the team. Despite their absence last game, the Bucks were able to pull together a 136-132 overtime win against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night.

Guard Jevon Carter posted a career-high of 36 points. The last time he posted over 30 points, Carter was in his rookie season with the Grizzlies back in 2019. He has had the opportunity to start each game this year alongside Jrue Holiday (when he was healthy). Let us see if the veteran will have the same hot hand tonight.

The Spurs might not be the best team this year, but one thing that is certain is they are exciting. What are your predictions for the game tonight?


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