The Golden State Warriors made a huge comeback to win Game 1 and now may be able to extend it to 2-0. The San Antonio Spurs looked strong to start off the Western Conference Finals, but then lost their top contributor, Kawhi Leonard, for most of the second half. Leonard will also be out of action for tonight's game, which seems to give the Warriors the edge. Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich will put together his best game plan to win tonight without Kawhi Leonard. Here's the latest matchup preview including odds, game time, TV channel, and how to watch the Spurs vs. Warriors live streaming online.

Game 2 preview

Game 1 started out as a rough contest for the home team, as they soon were down 30-16 after one-quarter. At the half, San Antonio held a 62-42 lead. However, in the third quarter, Kawhi Leonard came down badly on his left ankle twice. The first time was after a jump shot when he stepped back awkwardly onto his teammate David Lee's foot. Lee was on the bench at the time. The second incident is one which has raised controversy as Zaza Pachulia was defending Leonard's shot near the same side court area and moved forward.

As Leonard came down, he landed on Pachulia's foot. After trying to collect himself, he was helped back to the locker room.

With Leonard out of the game, the Spurs tried to rely on big man LaMarcus Aldridge and veteran guard Manu Ginobili, as well as role players such as Patty Mills and Jonathon Simmons. Unfortunately, that was enough for a Warriors team that took over. The eventual score was 113-11 in favor of the home team.

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Golden State received 40 points from Stephen Curry, including his seven three-point shots. Kevin Durant chipped in 34 points to go with five boards and four assists. On the losing side, Aldridge scored a team-high 28 points and snatched eight boards. Leonard had 26 points and eight rebounds before having to leave the contest. Ginobili came off the bench to score 17, while Simmons had 12.

With Leonard reported to be out for tonight's second game of the series, it's hard to see how the Spurs can win.

The Warriors are unlikely to come out looking as bad in the first half as they did in the first game and without Leonard, the Spurs don't have much firepower. Still, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich may have a smart game plan to figure out a way to try to win without Leonard in the lineup.

For tonight's Game 2, the Golden State Warriors have 13.5 points in their favor on the point spread or a money line price of -2000.

The San Antonio Spurs are +1000 on the money line, so any risk takers who think they have a shot at a surprising upset should take action. The over/under points total for tonight's game is 209.5 points.

How to watch it live

Game time for this matchup between the Spurs and Warriors is set for 9 p.m. Eastern Time from Oracle Arena. The game will follow the 2017 NBA Draft Lottery special on ESPN. Cable and satellite subscribers can also log onto the WatchESPN website or mobile apps for live streaming game coverage.

In addition, the SlingTV channel streaming service offers ESPN as part of its first channel package. All new customers that sign up can get a one-week free trial of the service to check out tonight's game, along with other ESPN content and other channels.

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