Spurs vs. Warriors: Stream, lineups, odds, injury reports and broadcast info for Friday
HowWith only five games left on the regular season schedule, each game carries significant weight for the Golden State Warriors as the race for playoff seeding heats up in the Western Conference.
Coming off a much-needed comeback victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night, the Warriors will continue their three-game homestand with a contest against the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night at San Francisco’s Chase Center.
On Tuesday, the Warriors came back after trailing by 17 points at halftime behind a fiery 39-point performance from Steph Curry. With a 40-37 record, the Warriors are gripping to the No. 6 seed in the Western Conference.
Heading into Friday’s contest in the Bay Area, the Spurs are riding a five-game losing streak. The Spurs begin to look towards the NBA draft lottery, San Antonio is 2-8 in their last 10 games.
Before the Warriors host the Thunder, here’s everything you need to know for Monday night’s contest, including how to watch.
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How to watch:
Date: Friday, March 31st, 2023
Time: 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT
TV Channel: NBC Sports Bay Area
Live Stream: fuboTV (Watch for free)
Location: Chase Center – San Franciso, CA
Betting lines (via BetMGM)
Point spread: Warriors -16.5
Money line: Warriors -2000 / Pelicans +1000
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Andre Iguodala – Out – Left Wrist Surgery
Andrew Wiggins – Out – Personal Reasons
Romeo Langford – Questionable – Left Adductor; Injury Management
Doug McDermot – Probable – Right Lateral Elbow; Soreness
Jeremy Sochan – Out – Right Knee; Soreness
Devin Vassell – Questionable – Left Knee; Injury Management
G – Tre Jones- No. 33 – Duke
G – Malaki Branham – No. 22 – Ohio State
F – Devin Vassell – No. 21 – Florida State
F- Keldon Johnson – No. 3 – Kentucky
F- Keita Bates-Diop – No. 31 – Ohio State
G – Steph Curry – No. 30 – Davidson
G – Klay Thompson – No. 11 – Washington State
G – Donte DiVincenzo – No. 0 – Villanova
F – Draymond Green – No. 23 – Michigan State
C – Kevon Looney – No. 5 – UCLA