Two teams headed for the NBA playoffs will meet in Saturday night's NBA showcase game on national television. Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and the Los Angeles Clippers will pay a visit to LaMarcus Aldridge, Kawhi Leonard, and the San Antonio Spurs. Here's a look at the latest game matchup Preview including odds, as well as how to watch the Clippers vs. Spurs live streaming online or on television Saturday evening.

LA vs. San Antonio preview

As mentioned, both teams have already clinched spots in the NBA Playoff picture.

The San Antonio Spurs are holding onto the No. 2 seed and will be unable to catch Golden State for the top spot with just three games to go. The Los Angeles Clippers are sitting at the No. 5 seed right now but, they still have a chance to take over Utah for the No. 4 spot. Utah is 49-30 with three games left, while the Clips are 48-31.

Los Angeles is on a four-game win streak, having gone 8-2 over their last ten games. In their previous outing, Blake Griffin had 32 points to lead them to a 112-101 home win over the Dallas Mavericks.

The Spurs have also gone 8-2 over their last 10 and are coming off a 102-89 road win over those same Mavericks. A guy many NBA fans might not be familiar with, Bryn Forbes, led all Spurs' scorers with 27 points in a game which saw Leonard, Aldridge and Gasol rest.

The point spread at Vegas Insider shows that San Antonio opened in a "pick" situation with Los Angeles. Since then, it's risen to as much as 3.5-points in the Spurs' favor. The over/under points total for tonight's game is around 208 points for the complete game.

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How to watch it live

Tonight's Clippers vs. Spurs game gets started at 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage will be available on ABC and its affiliate channels around the country. Viewers in select regions may be able to watch the game live on the ABC Go or ABC Live area of the website, or on any compatible apps. At this time, there are only eight major cities that allow for this including Los Angeles, Houston, Philadelphia, New York, and San Francisco.

To watch tonight's NBA game live streaming, there are several other options.

NBA League Pass subscribers may get to see tonight's game live streaming if there are no blackout restrictions due to it being nationally televised. Cable and satellite subscribers with ESPN on their channel package may also be able to watch live online via the WatchESPN website or compatible mobile apps.

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