Nuggets vs. Warriors: How to watch, schedule, live stream info, game time, TV channel
How to watch Nuggets vs. Warriors basketball game
The Golden State Warriors have enjoyed the comforts of home their last two games, but now they must head out on the road. After a few days' rest for both teams, they and the Denver Nuggets will meet up at 10 p.m. ET April 21 at Ball Arena. Denver will need to watch out since the Warriors have now posted big point totals in their last three contests.
Denver is out to make up for these teams' contest on Monday. The Dubs put the hurt on Denver with a sharp 126-106 victory. The game was all but wrapped up at the end of the third, by which point Golden State had established a 101-81 advantage. They relied on the efforts of shooting guard Jordan Poole, who shot 5-for-10 from beyond the arc and finished with 29 points, eight dimes and five boards, and point guard Stephen Curry, who shot 5-for-10 from downtown and finished with 34 points.
Barring any buzzer beaters, Golden State is expected to win a tight contest Thursday. They might be worth taking a chance on against the spread as they are currently on a three-game streak of ATS wins.
The Warriors' win brought them up to 2-0 while the Nuggets' defeat pulled them down to a reciprocal 0-2. A couple stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: The Dubs have been holding their opponents to a field goal percentage of 43.80%, which places them second in the league. But Denver comes into the matchup boasting the second highest field goal percentage in the league at 48.30%. We'll see which of these strengths -- offense or defense -- will win out.
After facing two back-to-back defeats in the NBA playoffs against Golden State Warriors, the Denver Nuggets will aim for nothing less than a victory in the third game of the series scheduled to be played on April 22.
In the Game 1 of the playoffs, Golden State Warriors had secured 123-107 win against Denver Nuggets. For Warriors, guard Jordan Poole turned out to be the highest scorer of the match after claiming 30 points in the game.
On the other hand, for Nuggets, MVP frontrunner Nikola Jokic produced a superb show as he scored 25 points and claimed 10 rebounds and six assists in the Game 1 against Warriors. Jokic was well supported by guard Will Barton as the 31-year-old scored 24 points along with six rebounds and five assists.
In the next game, there was no change in the outcome as Warriors registered 126-106 victory. Stephen Curry came off the bench to score 34 points along with three rebounds and four assists. Poole carried on his stunning form as he registered 29 points, five rebounds and eight assists to secure victory for his side.
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