On Wednesday night, a full slate of NBA preseason games will wrap up as the Denver Nuggets battle the Los Angeles Lakers. The two teams played several days ago with Paul Millsap and Denver emerging with the victory. There's some question heading into tonight's game as to whether or not two of the Lakers' biggest young stars will be on the court as injuries linger. Here's the latest Nuggets vs. Lakers game preview with matchup odds, start time, TV channel, and live streaming options.

NBA game preview

The Denver Nuggets head into tonight's exhibition game with a 2-0 record so far in the preseason.

That includes the team's win over Los Angeles, 113-107 just two days ago and a six-point win over the Golden State Warriors. Gary Harris had 25 points to lead the way against the Lakers in that previous win with newcomer Paul Millsap chipping in 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting. Millsap is among several players listed as "day-to-day" ahead of tonight's contest.

For the Los Angeles Lakers, they have yet to win in the 2017 NBA preseason. They dropped their opener to the Minnesota Timberwolves, followed by the loss to Denver. Ahead of tonight's game, both Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram were listed as "day-to-day." Lonzo Ball came down awkwardly on one of the Nuggets' players feet, resulting in a mild ankle sprain, while Ingram knocked heads with a Nuggets player and was diagnosed with a head contusion.

Vegas Insider has different odds across sportsbooks in terms of the favorite for tonight's game. Some books list the Lakers as one-point favorites while others have Denver, and other books have the game as a "pick" situation. The over/under points total is between 215 and 216.5 points at the various sportsbooks.

How to watch it live

The Denver Nuggets vs. Los Angeles Lakers is scheduled to begin at 10 p.m. Eastern Time. Exclusive televised coverage is available on the NBATV channel. The game is also available on regional television broadcasts where available. In the Los Angeles viewing region, viewers can see the game via their SpectrumSportsNet channel.

As far as live streaming goes, NBATV doesn't have a website or compatible apps for watching live feeds. However, some cable or satellite companies may offer live streaming of their channels online. In addition, fuboTV and SlingTV are both available on a one-week free trial basis. More information is available on their official websites.