On Tuesday night, the NBA preseason continues as the Utah Jazz pay a visit to the Los Angeles Lakers. The two teams are a week or so away from their regular season campaigns but will get some extra time in ahead of that. The Lakers are once again expected to be without their young rookie star. Here's the latest Jazz vs. Lakers preseason game preview with matchup odds, over/under total, start time, television channel, and live streaming online details for the game.

NBA game preview

The Utah Jazz have been absolutely perfect in their exhibition games so far, going 4-0 for the preseason. Two of their wins came against foreign competition as they defeated Sydney and Haifa Maccabi each by 24 points or more.

They followed that up with back-to-back wins over the Phoenix Suns in a home and away series. The latest game saw Utah prevail 120-102 with new Jazz guard Ricky Rubio scoring 20 points on 8-for-10 shooting and Donovan Mitchell scoring 17 off the bench. The Jazz will try to make it a perfect 5-0 with a road victory Tuesday evening.

The Los Angeles Lakers will once again play without two members of their roster. Rookie Lonzo Ball and Andrew Bogut are both listed as "day-to-day" on the injury report ahead of tonight's game. The Lakers have just one win so far in their four preseason games. That came in their game this past Sunday evening as they defeated the Sacramento Kings 75-69. Julius Randle came off the bench to score 17 points and grab 10 rebounds, while rookie Kyle Kuzma had 15 points and eight boards.

Lonzo Ball didn't participate in that game either, although Brandon Ingram played 29 minutes and scored just five points.

Oddsmakers are listing the home team as one or 1.5 points favorites on the point spread for tonight's contest. The over/under points total is 208.5 points for the complete game at several sportsbooks.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Utah Jazz vs. Los Angeles Lakers game gets started at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage arrives via the ESPN channel in the United States. For live streaming online feeds, cable and satellite customers can use their WatchESPN apps or the web portal.

Also, the SlingTV channel streaming service allows for subscribers to watch ESPN live online. By signing up at the Sling.com website, new customers can get a one-week free trial. Make sure to choose the Sling Blue channel package for about $20 per month which includes ESPN, ESPN2, and several other channels as part of its lineup.