The San Antonio Spurs (6-13) will visit the Portland Trail Blazers (11-11) after losing four straight road games. The contest begins at 10:00 PM ET on Thursday, December 2, 2021. Want to stream this matchup? Read on for all the details you need, including how to watch on FuboTV.
How to Watch Spurs vs. Trail Blazers
- Game Day: Thursday, December 2, 2021
- Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
- TV: NBA TV
- Arena: Moda Center
- Live Stream on fuboTV:Start with a 7-day free trial!
Betting Information for Spurs vs. Trail Blazers
Key Stats for Trail Blazers vs. Spurs
- The Trail Blazers score 110.4 points per game, only 1.4 more points than the 109.0 the Spurs allow.
- Portland is 9-3 when scoring more than 109.0 points.
- San Antonio is 5-5 when allowing fewer than 110.4 points.
- The Spurs score just 2.8 fewer points per game (107.2) than the Trail Blazers allow their opponents to score (110.0).
- San Antonio is 3-4 when it scores more than 110.0 points.
- Portland has a 9-1 record when its opponents score fewer than 107.2 points.
- The Spurs are the 22nd-ranked rebounding team in the league, the Trail Blazers sit at 19th.
- The Trail Blazers average 10.4 offensive rebounds per game, only 0.6 more rebounds than the Spurs grab per game (9.8).
- The Trail Blazers are the 11th best rebounding team in the league, the Spurs rank 18th.
Trail Blazers Players to Watch
- Damian Lillard leads the Trail Blazers in points and assists per game, scoring 21.5 points and distributing 7.8 assists.
- Jusuf Nurkic leads Portland in rebounding, pulling down 10.8 rebounds per game while also scoring 12.5 points a contest.
- CJ McCollum makes more threes per game than any other member of the Trail Blazers, knocking down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 3.3 per contest.
- Nurkic and Robert Covington lead Portland on the defensive end, with Nurkic leading the team in steals averaging 1.2 per game and Covington in blocks averaging 1.0 per contest.
Spurs Players to Watch
- Dejounte Murray has the top spot on the Spurs leaderboards for scoring (19.1 per game), rebounds (8.5 per game), and assists (8.1 per game).
- Devin Vassell is dependable from deep and leads the Spurs with 1.9 made threes per game.
- San Antonio's leader in steals is Murray (2.0 per game), and its leader in blocks is Derrick White (1.0 per game).