On Saturday night, NBA fans get a doubleheader on national television. The first game of the slate will feature the reigning champion Warriors taking on the Grizzlies. In the second contest on the TV schedule, fans get to see Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers host Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns. The latter of these two teams has yet to record a victory this season, while Griffin and the Clips are undefeated at 1-0. Here's the latest game preview including matchup odds, TV Channel, game time, and how to watch the Suns vs. Clippers live streaming online.

NBA game preview

The Phoenix Suns are off to an 0-2 start for their season after a blowout loss to open the season against Portland and then falling by just two points on Friday night to the Los Angeles Lakers. Eric Bledsoe poured in 28 points in the game against the Lakers, while rookie Josh Jackson had just 12. However, scoring machine Devin Booker shot 9-of-19 from the floor and ended up with 25 points and 11 rebounds to go with his eight assists in the loss.

As for the Los Angeles Clippers (1-0), the team also played the Lakers in their first game of the season on Thursday and came away with a win. During that game, defensive star Patrick Beverly harassed rookie Lonzo Ball to the point his debut was somewhat laughable.

The Clippers ended up with a 108-92 victory thanks to 29 points from Blake Griffin on 12-of-23 shooting. DeAndre Jordan also had a monster game with 14 points and a whopping 24 rebounds including nine on the offensive end.

As one might expect, the home team find themselves as huge favorites to win tonight. On the point spread, the Clippers are favored by 13.5 points.

For the moneyline, they're priced as high as -1600 while the visiting Phoenix Suns are +13.5 underdogs. For tonight's over/under total, bettors are looking at 220.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

The Phoenix Suns vs. Los Angeles Clippers game is scheduled for 10:30 PM ET on Saturday night. Live televised game coverage will be available on NBATV where available.

The game may also be available through the League Pass service which is currently available for free through October 25.

For another free live streaming option, both fuboTV and SlingTV offer the NBATV channel as part of their channel streaming services. NBATV is part of fuboTV's main channel package with a one-week free trial available at fubo.TV website. For SlingTV, customers need to choose Sling Orange and add the "Sports Extra" add-on channels. Customers can get a one-week free trial of SlingTV through Sling.com website.