Thunder vs. Spurs: Lineups, injury reports, broadcast info (March 4)

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Logan Newman
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The Oklahoma City will close out the first half of the season against the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night.

This will be the third time the two teams have met this season. In the first outing, San Antonio had a convincing 112-102 win, and in the second, OKC got the better of the Spurs with a 102-99 win behind 42 points from Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and a buzzer-beater from Lu Dort.

The Thunder will try to get their 15th win of the season at the halfway point. Here is how to watch the final game before the All-Star break begins.

Opponent: San Antonio Spurs
Date and time:
March 4, 8 p.m. CT
How to watch:
FOX Sports Oklahoma
Radio station:
WWLS 98.1FM OKC

Starting lineups

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER (14-21)

Al Horford typically sits the second of the back-to-backs.

  • Guard: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

  • Guard: Theo Maledon

  • Forward: Lu Dort

  • Forward: Darius Bazley

  • Center: Isaiah Roby

SAN ANTONIO SPURS (18-13)

  • Guard: Dejounte Murray

  • Guard: Lonnie Walker IV

  • Forward: DeMar DeRozan

  • Forward: Trey Lyles

  • Center: Jakob Poeltl

Injury reports

THUNDER

Hamidou Diallo will miss the remainder of the first half of the season due to groin soreness. George Hill (thumb) is still in a hard cast and will be for another one to two weeks. Al Horford will sit for rest purposes on the second night of a back-to-back. Darius Miller is also not listed on ESPN's injury report, but he missed the game Saturday due to sickness and did not play Wednesday.

Spurs

LaMarcus Aldridge (illness), who did not play Tuesday against the New York Knicks, will not play against the Thunder, according to San Antonio Express-News' Tom Osborn. There are still three Spurs players in health and safety protocol. Devin Vassell, Rudy Gay and Derrick White have all been ruled out, according to KENS 5 San Antonio reporter Evan Closky.