Spurs’ Zach Collins G League tune-up gets off to a flying start

When or: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, AT&T Center

TV/Radio: BSSW; 1200 AM, 1350 AM (Spanish), 107.5 FM (Spanish)


Thunder: PG Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (6-6, 4th year), SG Josh Giddey (6-8, 1st), SF Luguentz Dort (6-4, 4th), PF Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (6-9, 1st), C Derrick favors (6-11, 13th)

Spurs: PG Dejounte Murray (6-5, 5th year), SG Derrick White (6-4, 5th), SF Doug McDermott (6-7, 8th), PF Keldon Johnson (6-5, 3rd), C Jakob Poeltl (7 -1, 6th)


Thunder: F Darius Bazely (6-8, 3rd), F Mamadi Diakite (6-9, 2nd), G Ty Jerome (6-5, 3rd), G Tre Mann (6-3, 1st), F/C Mike Muscala ( 6-11, 9th), F Alexei Pokusevski (7-0, 2nd), F Isaiah Roby (6-8, 3rd), F Olivier Sarr (6-11, 1st), G Paul Watson Jr. (6-6, 2nd), G/F Aaron Wiggins (6-5, 1st). Inactive: Kenrich Williams (health and safety protocols), Vit Krejci (G League)

Spurs: C/F Drew Eubanks (6-9, 4th), F Keita Bates-Diop (6-8, 4th), G Lonnie Walker (6-6, 4th), G/F Devin Vassell (6-5, 2nd), G Bryn Forbes (6-2, 6th), G Josh Primo (6-5, 1st), F Thad Young (6-8, 15th), C Jock Landale (6-11, 1st), G Tyler Johnson (6- 3, 8th), G/F Anthony Lamb (6-6, 2nd). Inactive: Devantae Cacock (G League), Joe Wieskamp (G League) Tre Jones (Health and Safety Protocols), Zach Collins (G League)


Thunder: Marc Daigneault

Spurs: Gregg Popovitch


Thunder: Points, Gilgeous-Alexander, 22.7 per game; rebounds, Giddey, 7.3; assists, Giddey, 6.3; flies, Giddey/Gilgeous-Alexander 1.0; blocks, Bazley, 1.2

Spurs: Points, Murray, 19.1 per game; rebounds, Poeltl, 9.0; assists, Murray, 8.8; steals, Murray, 2.0; blocks, Poeltl, 1.5


The Spurs have a three-game losing streak against the Thunder, including a 99-94 loss at OKC in November in which they lost a 19-point lead. Muscala led OKC with 20 points in that game, which remains his season high.

McDermott notched his 60th 3-pointer of the season in Monday’s loss to Phoenix, becoming the first Spurs player to hit that many in his first 30 games with the team since Roger Mason Jr in 2008-09.

Murray had led Spurs in scoring 16 times, rebounding 14 times, assisting 32 times and stealing 23 times.

Jeff McDonald

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