The Golden State Warriors aren’t completely golden, but Steph Curry and crew are still wowing the NBA. The New Orleans Pelicans are just looking for a win. These two squads clash on Nov. 7 so click to see how to watch this game!
A year ago, the Golden State Warriors were riding high on an undefeated streak. Now, they’re licking their wounds from an embarrassing loss to a neighboring team. However, they’re doing way better than the New Orleans Pelicans, who are traveling to the Oracle Arena to meet the Dubs on their home turf. Will they rebound or suffer a second embarrassment? The game is set for 10:30 PM ET so tune in to watch.
Basketball fans within the Oakland market can catch the game via CSN Bay Area. For those fans not in Oakland/San Francisco or New Orleans markets, this game can be watched via NBA League Pass (a single game will cost $6.99, whereas a team pass will cost $119.99 for a season. All in-market games will be available to purchase 72 hours after completion)
It seems that the Los Angeles Lakers found Golden State’s kryptonite. The Lakers blasted the Warriors in a 117-97 blowout. Klay Thompson, 26, and Steph Curry, 28, were neutered by the Lakers defense. For the past 157 regular games, Steph always made 3-point shot. That streak ended against Los Angeles, according to CBS Sports.
It’s been two days since that heartbreaking loss and the Warriors are looking a bit wounded. Though the Dubs have already beaten the Pelicans once this season (122-114 on Oct. 28) this loss to the Lakers could be the motivation New Orleans’ Anthony Davis, 28, needs to go all Kobe Bryant, 38, on the Dubs. He scored 45 points in that losing effort – can he top it when these two teams meet tonight?
Even if he does, it might not be enough. After getting embarrassed on a public stage, the Warriors will want to remind the rest of league why they’re the squad with the best season win record. Look for Draymond Green, 26, to keep Anthony grounded while Steph restarts his 3-point streak. After getting humiliated like that, it would be surprising if Steph rains down the 3-pointers like crazy.
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers? Can the Pelicans score their first win of the season against the Warriors or will Golden State stomp New Orleans?