On Sunday, basketball fans will watch the Warriors vs. Spurs live-streamed and televised game coverage. It's the fourth game of their first-round series and the reigning world champions hold a 3-0 edge over a depleted Spurs team. While San Antonio will have the home-court advantage again for today's must-win game, they weren't able to get it done at home in Game 3. Here's the latest NBA Playoffs game preview with the latest odds, start time, television channel, and how to watch the Warriors vs. Spurs Game 4 live-streamed.

Game 4 preview

The San Antonio Spurs will try to bounce back from another double-digit defeat at the hands of the newest Western Conference "dynasty." While Gregg Popovich had a team that looked like they could give the Warriors trouble these past two seasons, the unfortunate injury situation for Kawhi Leonard has changed that dynamic.

LaMarcus Aldridge has tried to shoulder the load, but it isn't enough against a star-studded Golden State team.

Game 3 was a 110-97 win by the visitors. With Stephen Curry still sidelined for the postseason, fellow All-Stars Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson continued to pick up the slack. Durant led all scorers with 26 points on 9-for-17 shooting, grabbed eight boards, and had six assists. Thompson chipped in with an 8-for-16 shooting performance. He finished with 19 points, while Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala each had ten points.

The Golden State Warriors will be six-point favorites on the road even with their two-time MVP out of the lineup again. On the moneyline, the Warriors are -300 while the Spurs are +240 underdogs.

Today's over/under points total is 206.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch on TV or online

Sunday's Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs Game 4 gets started at 3:30 PM Eastern Time. The official live telecast will be shown on the ABC channel for cable, satellite, and over-the-air HD antenna TV viewers. For live streaming, many cable and satellite subscribers in participating cities can use the ABC Live section of their website or any of the compatible ABC apps.

All cable and satellite subscribers who have access to ESPN can log into the WatchESPN website or their compatible apps.

For all other viewers, the best option for watching the Warriors vs. Spurs live-streamed is a free trial of Sling TV, DirecTV Now, or FuboTV, to name a few. These channel streaming services all feature ESPN as part of their lineups and also may offer a free one-week trial or have special offers for new customers. See each of these specific websites for more details on how to sign up and watch Sunday's NBA Playoffs game online.