On Friday night, the Los Angeles Lakers and L.A. Clippers meet up for their final preseason game of the season inside their home, the Staples Center. The NBA's regular season is right around the corner and both teams are looking towards a successful season. The Lakers will be banking on their young stars, while the Clippers are hoping All-Star players Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan will be able to succeed without Chris Paul. Here's the latest Lakers vs. Clippers game preview with the point spread, points total, matchup time, channel and live stream feed information.

NBA game preview

The Los Angeles Lakers head into tonight's game with a 1-4 record for the preseason. The team has only managed to defeat the Sacramento Kings so far for their exhibition games. Tonight they'll be at home in a way, taking on a Clippers team that has plenty of players who could be sitting out the game. As for the Lakers, their young star Lonzo Ball is still a question mark as he is listed as "day-to-day" for his status. Lakers big man Andrew Bogut has also been listed the same way ahead of the game.

The L.A. Clippers have done just a bit better in their preseason with a 2-2 record overall. The team's most recent game was a 17-point win which also came against the Sacramento Kings.

Blake Griffin led the way with 18 points while his teammate DeAndre Jordan had 13 points and 13 rebounds in the win. As far as the injury report goes, Sam Dekker, Austin Rivers, and Patrick Beverly are among the players listed as "day-to-day" for the Clippers tonight.

The Vegas Insider website lists the Lakers as favorites for tonight's NBA game with a point spread of 5.5 points in their favor.

For the over/under points total, the number as of this report was 207 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

The Los Angeles Lakers and L.A Clippers will tip off their game at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday night. Live televised game coverage is offered through the TNT network. Most cable and satellite subscribers who have TNT can also access a live stream feed of the game through the TNTDrama.com website or any WatchTNT apps for various devices.

There's also TNT live streaming through the SlingTV subscription service. SlingTV offers a variety of channels in their packages for viewers to watch live and on-demand content from. There's currently a free one-week trial offer available for all new customers. Anyone interested in the service can visit Sling.com website to choose the Sling Orange package which includes TNT among other channels.