The Houston Rockets are in a "must-win" situation tonight when they host Game 6 of the Western Conference Semifinals series. The San Antonio Spurs have a 3-2 lead heading into the road game and a win puts them into the Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors. Here's a look at the latest Game 6 matchup preview including game odds, TV time, channel and how to watch the NBA Playoffs game on a live streaming feed online.

Game 6 preview

In the fifth game of this series, the two teams needed an overtime session to settle the outcome.

The final ended up 110-107 in favor of the San Antonio Spurs, thanks to big shots from Danny Green late in the game and a huge block by Manu Ginobili to seal the win. Ginobili was able to stop James Harden on a pull-up three-point jumper which would've sent the game into a second overtime. With that, San Antonio now holds a 3-2 lead and can close it out on the road.

Spurs' All-Star Kawhi Leonard had an injury issue that was of concern after Tuesday. The NBA MVP candidate hurt his right ankle in this past Tuesday night's victory. His injury heading towards tonight's game is of concern as Leonard has obviously been a big part of the Spurs' wins in the recent postseason runs. Leonard was listed as questionable heading into tonight's matchup.

The Rockets were victorious in their last home game, winning it 125-104 behind James Harden's 28 points. The team also shot well on their home court, going 50-for-95 with a 52.6 percent field goal rate for the game, and a 44.2 percent three-point rate in the game. They'll try to keep that hot shooting rate going in tonight's next home game to stave off elimination.

Houston is a seven-point favorite heading into tonight's home game. On the money line, they're -330 favorites, while San Antonio is a +270 underdog in this game where they can eliminate the opposition. Tonight's over/under points total is 213.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Game 6 of the San Antonio Spurs vs.

Houston Rockets has a scheduled start time of 8 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage is on the ESPN network around the United States. Cable and satellite subscribers can log into the WatchESPN network or mobile apps to see a live streaming feed online for tonight's game.

In addition, anyone who has a high-speed internet connection can consider a SlingTV subscription. Right now, the service is offered on a one-week free trial for all new sign-ups, but the basic tier of channels on this trial offers ESPN. For more information, viewers can go to the website.