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Warriors vs. Spurs, Game 3: Start time, TV schedule, live stream, and places to watch in the Bay Area

The Warriors and Spurs take their first round series to San Antonio for Game 3.

San Antonio Spurs v Golden State Warriors - Game Two Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

The Golden State Warriors will be facing the San Antonio Spurs for Game 3 of their first round series of the 2018 NBA Playoffs today at 6:30 p.m. PST.

Here’s the basic information you need:

What: Round 1, Game 3 — #2 Golden State Warriors (2-0) vs. #7 San Antonio Spurs (0-2)

Day: Monday, April 16, 2018

Time: 6:30 p.m. PST

Where: AT&T Center — San Antonio, TX

TV: NBC Sports Bay Area | TNT

Livestream: WatchTNT | TNT apps | Streaming on NBC Sports

Radio: 95.7 The Game, Warriors Mobile App and Warriors Radio Network

Other legal ways to watch

For those without cable who want to see the game, Tom Ziller of SB Nation has put together a guide for how to legally watch the playoffs without cable. Check it out!

Places to watch tonight’s game

I always forget about the various movie theaters around the Bay Area that are showing the games, but two commenters mentioned a couple for Game 1 so I’m going to put those here — please share if you know of others around the Bay Area (or elsewhere?) that Warriors fans might want to check out.

Whitney Moss of 510 Families mentioned two of the most regular hosts for these games in a post last Saturday.

The New Parkway Theater (Oakland) Buy tickets in advance to sit in theater chairs and root alongside fellow DubNation devotees. $10 per ticket. Event will sell out. Viewing party tickets for Games 3 and 4 are now available. Buy tickets here >

Alameda Theater and Cineplex (Alameda)Tickets are available online now. Scroll down the page to find the date and time for which you wish to purchase tickets.

Here’s a more direct link to buy tickets at The Alameda Theater for tonight: Warriors game — ticket selection.

GSoM user DougHnut70 also recommended the Vine Theater in Livermore — admission is FREE with a two item purchase, according to the theater’s website.

Got more fun places to watch on a big screen? Drop them in the comments and we’ll keep expanding our list!

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