After what felt like the shortest offseason in NBA history, the Warriors will begin the 2019-20 season Thursday night as they welcome the Los Angeles Clippers into Chase Center.
The Clippers got the regular season started on Tuesday night, defeating the Lakers in a crosstown rivalry matchup 112-102 at Staples Center.
Kawhi Leonard returns to the Bay Area after leading the Toronto Raptors to clinch an NBA championship in Oakland back in June.
The Warriors starting lineup will look a bit different from past years, as Kevin Durant is gone and Glenn Robinson III takes his place as a starter on the wing, while D'Angelo Russell, the jewel of the KD sign-and-trade, will take Klay Thompson's place as the starting shooting guard.
Coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. with "Sportsnet Central: Warriors Edition" on NBC Sports Bay Area and in the MyTeams App. The game will be televised nationally on TNT, followed up by another edition of "Sportsnet Central: Warriors Edition" immediately following the game.
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Here's how you can watch Warriors-Clippers:
When: Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. PT
TV Channel: TNT
Live Stream: FUBO TV