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Warriors vs. Thunder: Game thread

The Dubs kickoff their season-ending six-game homestand with a matchup against a struggling OKC squad.

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The Golden State Warriors are back home after a 2-2 road trip to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The Dubs are coming off a disappointing loss to the New Orleans Pelicans, where they were dominated in the fourth quarter.

Head coach Steve Kerr is hoping to get some reinforcements back during the six-game homestand. Kelly Oubre Jr., Eric Paschall and Damion Lee will all miss tonight’s matchup against the Thunder. Lee is out due to the league’s health and safety protocols but should be back soon, but Kerr said Oubre and Paschall have a chance to return before the regular season ends.

Oklahoma has just one win in its last 18 games as it plays out the string. The back-to-back matchups against one of the worst teams in the NBA gives Golden State a great opportunity to get a couple of victories as it jostles for position in the Western Conference play-in race.

How to watch

Who: Oklahoma City Thunder (21-45) @ Golden State Warriors (33-33)

When: 7:00 p.m. PT

Where: Chase Center, San Francisco, California

TV: NBC Bay Area (available on fuboTV)

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