The Western Conference Finals arrive at Game 3 on Saturday night, as the Golden State Warriors visit the San Antonio Spurs. Just like the Cleveland Cavaliers, so far the Warriors have managed to put themselves up 2-0 on their opponents. The latest game, which will be held at the AT&T Center, will feature a riled up Spurs' crowd but will once again lack the services of the team's top star. Without Kawhi Leonard in this second-straight game, can the Spurs find a way to win and make it a 2-1 series? Here is the latest Warriors vs. Spurs game preview including odds, start time, TV channel, and live streaming feed options.

Game 3 preview

In Game 1 of the series, the San Antonio Spurs actually had the home team Warriors on the ropes. With a 23-point lead, unfortunately, the Spurs lost their top player, Kawhi Leonard, to an ankle injury in the third quarter. The rest was history as Golden State went on a huge second half run and ended up winning a close game by two points. Leonard was forced to sit out Game 2 of the series due to his injury, and the Warriors demolished the Spurs, 136-100.

With a 2-0 series lead, Golden State now invades the AT&T Center. It's once again been reported that Kawhi Leonard will miss tonight's game, giving the Warriors another advantage to get the victory. However, the player who some feel made a dirty undercut move while defending Leonard will also be out.

Ironically, Zaza Pachulia will be sidelined with a heel injury for tonight's game.

If the Spurs are to collect a surprise win at home without Leonard, they'll need his teammates to step up. LaMarcus Aldridge could return to the All-Star form he used to display for the Portland Trail Blazers, but he would need help from the likes of Jonathon Simmons, Patty Mills, Manu Ginobili, and Pau Gasol.

Even with those names listed off, it seems to pale in comparison to the lineup that Golden State is sporting.

With Pachulia out, it hasn't really hurt the Golden State Warriors' odds. As of this report, they are nine-point favorites on the spread to win Game 3. On the money line, the Warriors are -430 favorites to win, while the Spurs will be +360 home underdogs.

Tonight's over/under points total is listed around 213.5 points at various sports books.

How to watch it live

Start time for Game 3 of the Warriors vs. Spurs NBA playoff series is scheduled for 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage will be provided on ESPN network for viewers. Cable and satellite subscribers can log into the WatchESPN website or any compatible mobile apps to see the Warriors vs. Spurs live stream online coverage.

An additional way to watch the NBA game live streaming is via the SlingTV service. The website is currently offering anyone new to the service a one-week free trial to check out their channel streaming capabilities. ESPN is offered on the Sling Orange channel package which runs $19.99 per month after the one week trial is over.