Spurs vs Pelicans Saturday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Dejounte Murray and the San Antonio Spurs (29-44) will take on CJ McCollum and the New Orleans Pelicans (31-42) in part of the NBA Saturday slate.

In their previous outing, the Spurs pulled off a 133-96 win over the Portland Trail Blazers. San Antonio received a combined 54 points from Dejounte Murray (28) and Keldon Johnson (26).

The Pelicans are coming off a 126-109 win over the Chicago Bulls. Devonte’ Graham (30) and CJ McCollum (25) combined for 55 points to help withstand a 39-point outing from Zach LaVine.

While the Pelicans remain without Zion Williamson as he recovers from a foot fracture, Brandon Ingram is nearing a return to the lineup. He hasn’t played since Mar. 6, but enters this game as questionable.

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Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch San Antonio Spurs vs New Orleans Pelicans:

How to Watch San Antonio Spurs vs New Orleans Pelicans

Date: Saturday, March 26

Time: 5:00 PM ET

Location: Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, LA

TV Channel: Bally Sports New Orleans (Pelicans) and Bally Sports Southwest (Spurs)

Injury Report for San Antonio Spurs vs New Orleans Pelicans

San Antonio Spurs Injury Report: OUT: Romeo Langford (Right Hamstring; Strain), Doug McDermott (Right Ankle; Sprain), Lonnie Walker IV (Low Back; Tightness)

QUESTIONABLE: Devin Vassell (Right Achilles; Soreness)

New Orleans Pelicans Injury Report: OUT: Zion Williamson (Right Foot; Fracture), Kira Lewis Jr. (Right Knee ACL/MCL; Sprain)

QUESTIONABLE: Brandon Ingram (Right Hamstring; Soreness)

Projected Starting Lineups for San Antonio Spurs vs New Orleans Pelicans

San Antonio Spurs Projected Starting Lineup: G Dejounte Murray, G Joshua Primo, F Devin Vassell, F Keldon Johnson, C Jakob Poeltl

New Orleans Pelicans Projected Starting Lineup: G Devonte’ Graham, G CJ McCollum, F Herbert Jones, F Jaxson Hayes, C Jonas Valanciunas

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