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San Antonio Spurs vs. Charlotte Bobcats Saturday Game Preview, TV Schedule and Betting Line

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Brad Mills – USA TODAY Sports

The San Antonio Spurs tip off against the Charlotte Bobcats on Saturday at 7 PM EST, and let’s just get the unpleasant TV info out of the way immediately.
 
TV: FS-Southwest, SportSouth, DTV: 650, 677, 751, 752

Power forward Tim Duncan did not play in the last loss, but they should be able to bounce back and make this another Rodeo Road trip with a lot of victories. Their head coach realizes that with all the injuries it is going to be a long grind this season, but that did not make the hurt of losing any less painful.

“I’m disappointed we didn’t win,” coach Gregg Popovich said after the game. “I’m thinking we make a couple of 3s in the second half and we hang right in there, and that’s the way you’ve got to look at it.”

Would pick the Spurs to cover in a big time way against Michael Jordan’s crew, and would bet that Duncan will make sure of of his squad getting a win. Point guards Kemba Walker and Tony Parker will both likely be out for this one, but be sure to stop by Rant Sports tomorrow for an update on that. Here is hoping that they both get healthy by the end of the season.

Tonight, actually watching Major League II, so if there are any baseball references then please forgive. My favorite character in this movie has got to be Pedro Cerrano played brilliantly by Dennis Haysbert. Alright! Fine, that is enough with the baseball tangents. Two more previews coming at you tonight, and then be sure to stop by Prep. Thanks as always.

Dave Daniels is a Senior Writer for RantSports.com. Follow him on twitter: @AllDave_AllDay, like him on Facebook here or add him to your network on Google.

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