When the Sunday night NBA Playoffs schedule wraps up for this weekend, it will be the Houston Rockets hosting the San Antonio Spurs for game 4 of their series. In the previous encounter, LaMarcus Aldridge and Kawhi Leonard helped to propel their team to a win on the road to take a 2-1 series lead. Now James Harden and the Rockets will look to make it an even series before it heads back to San Antonio. Here's the latest Spurs vs. Rockets Game 4 preview including odds for the game, as well as how to watch it live on TV or stream online Sunday evening.

San Antonio vs. Houston Game 4

After the two teams split the first two meetings of the series, Game 3 saw San Antonio capture a 103-92 win to steal one on the road. Both Leonard and Aldridge finished with 26 points to lead the effort, while also getting a combined nine assists and 17 rebounds. Patty Mills provided help off the bench with 15 points and five rebounds for his night. Houston had 43 points on the night from their NBA MVP candidate, but very little help from anyone else.

Harden currently ranks third overall in points scored for the playoffs, with 30.3 a game, while also sitting on the assists list at fourth (eight per game). Harden's also fourth on the steals list, as he gets a bit over two per game.

Kawhi Leonard is the fourth best scorer by average in the postseason with 29.8 per contest and is 25th on the rebounds list with about seven a game. LaMarcus Aldridge ranks slightly higher there as he's No. 20 on the list, pulling down about 7.3 per outing.

Houston is actually the third-best team in terms of scoring during this year's postseason as they put up 109.8 a game, while San Antonio is scoring 105.7 a game.

However, the Spurs rank at third in defense, allowing their opponents just 99.1 per contest. That could come into play as they look to once again limit Harden's teammates and go up 3-1, although it's unlikely Houston's bench will have two straight lackluster performances.

For the fourth game in this series, the Houston Rockets will be favored to win by 5.5-points.

On the moneyline, they're -220 favorites while the visiting Spurs are +190 underdogs. The points total is at 213 for the complete game for these two teams to either go over or under.

How to watch it live

Tonight's San Antonio Spurs vs. Houston Rockets playoff game will begin at approximately 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage is brought to fans across the United States via the TNT channel on cable or satellite. Subscribers can also log in to the TNTDrama website or WatchTNT mobile apps where available.

In addition, Sling TV has a streaming channel subscription service which is available on a one-week free trial for anyone who is a new customer. New customers can join at Sling.com to enjoy TNT streaming online along with several other channels for at least a week.