Utah jazz vs san antonio spurs latest prediction

[NBA October 11, 2022] San Antonio Spurs vs. Utah Jazz

October 11, 2022

San Antonio Spurs vs Utah Jazz

Vivint Arena Salt Lake City, UT
Prediction: Utah Jazz
Bookmaker: 1xbet

On Tuesday, the San Antonio Spurs will travel to the Utah Jazz in search of their first victory of the NBA preseason. After losing against the New Orleans Pelicans 111-97, San Antonio is now 0-3 overall. Before falling to New Orleans, San Antonio’s preseason campaign ended with a 134-96 loss to Houston and a 102-99 defeat to the Orlando Magic. The Spurs have yet to reach 100 points this year in a preseason game.


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Josh Primo and Keldon Johnson, two of San Antonio’s top players, won’t play against Utah on Tuesday due to injuries. While young, skilled players like Devin Vassell and Tre Jones are getting more playing time each game, Keita Bates-Diop has performed admirably during the Spurs’ preseason. In San Antonio’s defeat to New Orleans, Doug McDermott led the team in scoring, and center Jakob Poeltl will play significantly on Tuesday.


After just two games of their NBA preseason schedule, the Utah Jazz is even. Utah’s preseason schedule began with a defeat to the Toronto Raptors (114-82) and a win against the Portland Trail Blazers (118-101). In Utah’s victory over Portland, Jordan Clarkson led the team in scoring with 19 points, followed by Mike Conley (16 points), Collin Sexton (13 points), and others.


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Utah has a large number of new faces on its roster. They will need plenty of time throughout the preseason to get to know one another after dealing away Donovan Mitchell and losing other players to free agency. On Tuesday, expect to see Laura Markkanan, Kelly Olynyk, Jarred Vanderbilt, Conley, and Clarkson as the starting five; Sexton and Malik Beasley, among others, will join them off the bench.


San Antonio and Utah have added several players to their rosters through trades, free agency, and the draft. Both clubs will utilize their preseason schedules to identify the top eight to ten players who will receive the most playing time when the regular season starts. San Antonio has dropped all three preseason contests, and it will lose once more on the road against a Utah team that has a mix of seasoned pros and up-and-coming stars. Utah Jazz prevails and covers the spread in the final score, 111-104.