Jazz vs. Suns: Lineups, betting odds, injuries, TV info for Saturday


On Saturday, the Phoenix Suns (12-6) host the Utah Jazz (12-9), and if you're wondering how you can watch the action live, you've come to the right place.

The Suns enter the contest having won three straight games to claim first place in the Western Conference. Phoenix last lost to the Jazz on the road on Nov. 18 when Devin Booker scored a season-high 49 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds.

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Meanwhile, the Jazz have lost three straight games and are coming off an 11-point decision to the Golden State Warriors on Friday. The group trailed 37-23 after the first quarter and shot just 2-of-15 from 3-point range in the period, and 11-of-45 overall.

How to Watch

Here is when you should tune in to watch the game:

  • Date: Nov. 26

  • Time: 9 p.m. EST

  • TV Channel: AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain, Bally Sports Arizona

Betting Lines

The lines, courtesy of BetMGM

  • Point spread: Suns -7.5

  • Money line: Jazz +220, Suns -275

  • Over-under: 230.5

Click here to place your bets at BetMGM.

Jazz at Suns Injury Report

Utah: Leandro Bolmaro (concussion protocol), Mike Conley (leg), Rudy Gay (hand), Johnny Juzang (wrist) and Micah Potter (two-way contract) are out.

Phoenix: Chris Paul (heel), Jae Crowder (not with team), Cam Johnson (knee) and Landry Shamet (concussion protocol) are out.

Projected Starting Lineups

Utah Jazz:

  • F Lauri Markkanen

  • F Kelly Olynyk

  • C Jarred Vanderbilt

  • G Jordan Clarkson

  • G Collin Sexton

Phoenix Suns:

  • F Mikal Bridges

  • F Torrey Craig

  • C Deandre Ayton

  • G Devin Booker

  • G Cam Payne

Story originally appeared on Rookie Wire


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