Rockets at Lakers: Tuesday’s stream, lineups, injury reports and broadcast info

In the same building where they just played on Sunday, the young and rebuilding Houston Rockets (1-5) will immediately run it back versus LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and the veteran-laden Los Angeles Lakers (4-3). If you’re wondering how you can watch all of Tuesday’s action from Staples Center live, you’ve come to the right place.

Houston lost by 10 in the first game, though most of that was due to the 19-point deficit that they dug themselves by halftime. Led by the likes of Kevin Porter Jr., KJ Martin, Christian Wood, and Eric Gordon, the Rockets outplayed the Lakers in the second half — and they would love to build on any momentum from that performance and snap a four-game skid.

Here’s when you should tune in to see the rematch:

  • Date: Tuesday, Nov. 2

  • Time: 9:30 p.m. Central

  • TV Channel: AT&T SportsNet Southwest, NBA League Pass

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free in Houston markets)

Probable starting lineups

Houston Rockets (1-5)

  • Guard: Kevin Porter Jr.

  • Guard: Jalen Green

  • Forward: Jae’Sean Tate

  • Forward: Christian Wood

  • Center: Daniel Theis

Los Angeles Lakers (4-3)

  • Guard: Russell Westbrook

  • Guard: Kent Bazemore

  • Forward: LeBron James

  • Forward: Anthony Davis

  • Center: DeAndre Jordan

Projected lineups are based on each team’s official game notes.

Unfortunately for the Rockets, they might not be as healthy as they were in Sunday’s game. While Theis and Tate are still named by the team as projected starters, they’re each officially listed as questionable to play Tuesday due to a sore right big toe and sore right ankle, respectively. Reserve forward Danuel House Jr. remains out with a right foot sprain.

The Los Angeles injury report is long, though many of the listed names appear likely to play. Trevor Ariza (right ankle), Talen Horton-Tucker (right thumb), and Kendrick Nunn (right knee) are again listed as out; Dwight Howard (neck), Wayne Ellington (left hamstring), and James (right ankle) are questionable; and Davis (right knee) is probable.

James and Davis both played through the same designations on Sunday, so it would be a surprise if that did not occur on Tuesday, as well.

This post originally appeared on Rockets Wire. Follow us on Facebook!


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