The Milwaukee Bucks (1-1) square off against the San Antonio Spurs (1-1) on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 8:30 PM ET. Below, we give you all the details you need on how to watch this contest on FuboTV.
How to Watch Bucks vs. Spurs
- Game Day: Saturday, October 23, 2021
- Game Time: 8:30 PM ET
- TV: NBA League Pass
- Arena: AT&T Center
- Live Stream on fuboTV:Start with a 7-day free trial!
Betting Information for Bucks vs. Spurs
Key Stats for Spurs vs. Bucks
- Last year, the 120.1 points per game the Bucks recorded were 7.3 more points than the Spurs allowed (112.8).
- When Milwaukee scored more than 112.8 points last season, it went 37-15.
- When San Antonio gave up fewer than 120.1 points last season, it went 30-19.
- The Spurs put up just 3.1 fewer points per game last year (111.1) than the Bucks gave up (114.2).
- San Antonio went 19-8 last season when it scored more than 114.2 points.
- Milwaukee had a 27-3 record last season when its opponents scored fewer than 111.1 points.
- The Spurs ranked 18th in rebounding in the NBA, the Bucks finished second.
- The Bucks collected 10.3 offensive rebounds per game, more than the Spurs by 1.0 rebound per game last season.
- The Spurs were the 18th-ranked offensive rebounding team in the NBA, while the Bucks finished 12th.
Bucks Players to Watch
- Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 28.1 points and pulled down 11.0 rebounds per game last season.
- Jrue Holiday averaged 6.1 assists per game while also scoring 17.7 points per contest.
- Khris Middleton knocked down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 2.2 per contest a season ago.
- Holiday and Brook Lopez were defensive standouts last season, with Holiday averaging 1.6 steals per game and Lopez collecting 1.5 blocks per contest.
Spurs Players to Watch
- Dejounte Murray scored 15.7 points and distributed 5.4 assists per game last season.
- Jakob Poeltl pulled down an average of 7.9 boards in each contest while scoring 8.6 points per game last season.
- Bryn Forbes hit an average of 2.2 shots per game from beyond the arc a season ago.
- Murray averaged 1.5 steals per game, while Poeltl collected 1.8 blocks per contest.