Rockets at Spurs live stream: How to watch online

The San Antonio Spurs (5-2) will host their Southwest Division rival Houston Rockets (4-3) on Wednesday night. Here is how to watch this game online.

There are 11 NBA games on the slate on Wednesday night. One of the more intriguing will be between Southwest Division rivals in the Houston Rockets (4-3) and the San Antonio Spurs (5-2). Tip from the AT&T Center in San Antonio will be at 9:30 p.m. ET.

FOX Sports Southwest will have the telecast in San Antonio. Root Sports Southwest will have the game in Greater Houston. ESPN will also be televising this game nationally. The available live stream can be found on WatchESPN.

Houston is playing the last game of a five-game road trip against San Antonio. The Rockets have split the four previous games on their road trip with wins over the New York Knicks and the Washington Wizards, but losses to the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Atlanta Hawks. The Rockets have also beaten the dreadful Mavericks twice.

San Antonio started its season out on a four-game win streak, but have lost two of its last three games. The Spurs last played on Monday night, falling to the Los Angeles Clippers at home, 116-92. Maybe the Spurs won’t have the elite homecourt advantage they’ve had these last couple of seasons?

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 9
Time: 9:30 p.m. ET
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Venue: AT&T Center
TV Info: ESPN, FSSW, RTSW
Live Stream: WatchESPN

According to OddsShark.com, the Spurs are laying eight points at home to the visiting Rockets. The associated money lines are San Antonio -375 and Houston +315. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 212 points.

Laying eight points at home to a division rival seems steep, but the Spurs look to be the slightly better team over the Rockets in the early part of the season. Houston may be above .500, but the Rockets haven’t beaten anybody with a winning record. Perhaps Las Vegas is taking that into account with point spread being so heavily in San Antonio’s favor? San Antonio should roll in this one.

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