Spurs vs. Jazz Preview: How to Watch, Lineups, Injury News, More
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Both the Spurs and Jazz traded away an All-Star talent in the offseason. San Antonio moved on from Dejounte Murray while Utah has stripped the tires far more aggressively by moving on from Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert, and Bojan Bogdanovic. The focus for both organizations is on development.
“It’s a wonderful group of young guys,” Popovich said. “To be a championship program, you have to have a couple of superstars on your team. We have all known that for a long time. That doesn’t exist right now. And that’s not a knock on these players. It’s just a fact. And to avoid that fact seems kind of senseless to me.
“What we have is a bunch of guys who can all be part of a championship team if the other pieces arrive at some point. So, to watch them develop, to watch their spirit and their camaraderie with each other, has been really a kick.”
The Spurs have played their preseason schedule without Keldon Johnson or Josh Primo in the lineup due to injury. Both players will make their preseason debut against Utah. It will impact how the starting lineup looks.
Tonight, the Spurs look to continue the development process of their young players in a matchup against another rebuilding team.
Spurs vs. Jazz Broadcast Information
- Date: Tuesday, Oct. 11
- Time: 9 p.m. ET
- Location: Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, UT
- TV Channel: ATTSN-RMSpurs App
- Radio: WOAI/KXTN
- Live Stream on fuboTV: Start your free trial today!
- Tickets: Tickets as low as $3
Spurs vs. Jazz Injury Report
San Antonio Spurs
- Zach Collins (concussion): OUT
- Mike Conley (rest): OUT
- Malik Beasley (ankle): OUT
- Udoka Azubuike (ankle): OUT
Spurs vs. Jazz Projected Starters
- Guard: Collin Sexton
- Guard: Jordan Clarkson
- Forward: Jarred Vanderbilt
- Forward: Lauri Markkanen
- Center: Kelly Olynyk
San Antonio Spurs
- Guard: Tre Jones
- Guard: Josh Primo
- Forward: Devin Vassell
- Forward: Keldon Johnson
- Center: Jakob Poeltl