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Warriors vs. 76ers: Game thread

The Dubs return home after going 2-1 on their three-game road trip.

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The Golden State Warriors are back home for a date with the Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia 76ers.

The Dubs went 2-1 without superstar Stephen Curry on their recent road trip. Head coach Steve Kerr said Curry is still dealing with some soreness and will not suit against the 76ers.

Golden State did get some good news. Rookie James Wiseman and forward Eric Paschall are both good to go after missing some time due to the NBA’s health and safety protocols.

Philadelphia is 4-1 since All-Star center, and MVP candidate Joel Embiid hurt his knee. Tobias Harris and Ben Simmons have picked up the slack without Embiid and will be a handful for the Warriors.

This is the Dubs’ final game before Thursday’s NBA trade deadline. Several NBA Insiders report that Golden State has been active in trade talks, meaning this could be the final time we see Kelly Oubre Jr. in a Warriors uniform.

How to watch

Who: Philadelphia 76ers (30-13) @ Golden State Warriors (22-21)

When: 7:00 p.m. PT

Where: Chase Center, San Francisco, California.

How to watch: TNT, NBC Bay Area, fuboTV

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