NBA 2021 Live: Suns vs Spurs Preview, Team News, Predicted Line-Ups and PHX vs SAS Dream11 Prediction. The San Antonio Spurs will look to extend their winning streak to five games when they face the Phoenix Suns at Footprint Center for a 2021-22 NBA season match on Tuesday.
Where to watch Suns vs Spurs game?
Over the previous week, the Spurs have won four games in a row, defeating four teams with a winning percentage of.500 or above. Meanwhile, the Suns’ 18-game winning streak was ended in their most recent game against the Warriors. Each of these NBA teams reflects a unique point of view.
You can watch the game on the NBA App if you have an NBA League Pass membership, and it will also be aired nationally on TNT. Let’s take a look at the most recent team news as well as our Dream11 predictions for the San Antonio Spurs versus Phoenix Suns showdown.
Team news and injuries
The San Antonio Spurs have designated Devin Vassell (quad) and Keita Bates-Diop (ankle) as doubtful. This season, Zach Collins (ankle) has yet to appear in a game. Devontae Cacok has been assigned to the G-League and will not be traveling with the squad.
Dario Saric (ACL), Devin Booker (hamstring), Frank Kaminsky (knee), Abdel Nader (knee), and Devin Booker (hamstring) are all out. Chandler Hutchison has been sent to the G-League and will not play for the Phoenix Suns.
Suns vs Spurs preview
During their four-game winning streak, the San Antonio Spurs have made significant progress. They’ve been working hard on defense, allowing an average of 94 points per game over that time. On offense, the Spurs are averaging 109 points per game while shooting 48.3 percent from the field. These numbers place them among the best teams in the league this season.
In their last game, the Phoenix Suns’ franchise-record 18-game winning run came to an end. The fact that the Suns were defeated by the club with the best record in the NBA (the Warriors) speaks a lot about how good Phoenix has been so far. Devin Booker, the Suns’ leading scorer, was absent from the game. In addition, Mikal Bridges fractured his finger throughout the contest, which they had to cope with.
Suns vs Spurs Head to Head record
The Spurs and the Phoenix Suns have played 180 regular-season games, with the Spurs winning 99 and the Suns 81. The Suns have won four of their previous five meetings with Spurs.
Suns vs Spurs Predicted Lineups
San Antonio Spurs
Point Guard – Dejounte Murray | Shooting Guard – Derrick White | Small Forward – Doug McDermott | Power Forward – Keldon Johnson | Center – Jakob Poeltl
Point Guard – Chris Paul | Shooting Guard – Landry Shamet | Small Forward – Mikal Bridges | Power Forward – Jae Crowder | Center – Deandre Ayton
Suns vs Spurs Dream11 Team
Point Guard – C. Paul, D. Murray
Shooting Guard – D. White, L. Shamet
Small Forward – D. McDermott, M. Bridges
Power Forward – J. Crowder
Center – F. Kaminsky
Disclaimer: The aforementioned Dream11 team and prediction are based on our own research and analysis. We do not guarantee any success on the selection of these players in your team.