Monday night brings multiple games to viewers from the NBA including a showdown between the Toronto Raptors and San Antonio Spurs. The two teams each find themselves a perfect 2-0 to start out their seasons. The Raptors are doing it thanks to their star players Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan. San Antonio has done it with LaMarcus Aldridge, Manu Ginobili, and others as Kawhi Leonard continues his recovery. Here's a look at tonight's matchup with game odds, start time, TV channel, and live streaming options for the Raptors vs. Spurs.

NBA game preview

The Toronto Raptors are 2-0 to start off the latest NBA season with both of their wins coming on their home court. They'll now have their first official road game of this season and it comes against a Western Conference powerhouse. So far for the Raptors' latest campaign, they're getting 20.5 Points Per Game from DeMar DeRozan and 9.5 rebounds a game from Jonas Valanciunas. Kyle Lowry is leading the way with seven assists per game.

For the San Antonio Spurs, they've managed to win their first two games as well, one of which was on their home court. With Kawhi Leonard still recovering from his injury sustained during last season's playoffs, LaMarcus Aldridge has stepped up. He's scoring 26.5 points per game on 46.7 percent field goal shooting.

Aldridge is also grabbing 10 boards per game The Spurs are also without their longtime star guard Tony Parker, but have managed to find ways to win under veteran coach Gregg Popovich.

The Spurs are favorites on the point spread by three points for tonight's contest. On the moneyline, San Antonio is a -150 favorite while the Raptors are +130 underdogs.

The over/under points total is 202 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Monday's Raptors vs. Spurs game is scheduled for an 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time start. Live televised game coverage is available on the NBATV channel around the United States. There's no advertised live streaming for the game, but select cable and satellite companies may offer live stream features to customers for their channels.

Additionally, viewers can use the fuboTV or SlingTV channel streaming services. Each of these subscriber-based services is available for a one-week free trial. At fuboTV, customers will need to sign up for their main channel package. At, customers need to choose Sling Orange and add the "Sports Extra" add-on channels, including NBATV.