Brooklyn Nets at Golden State Warriors: TV, live stream info, injury report

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The Brooklyn Nets close their season series with the Golden State Warriors Saturday night at Oracle Arena. Here’s how to catch all of the action.

It’s an early-evening start on the West Coast Saturday night for the Brooklyn Nets, who take on the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., for an 8:30 p.m. Eastern tip off.

That’s a 5:30 local start for a game that sees the teams coming in from the exact opposite directions they did for their Oct. 28 matchup in Brooklyn.

The Nets (6-6) have won three straight games, including a last-second victory Friday night against the Denver Nuggets on the road, while the Warriors (10-2) come in off their first home-court loss of the season.

In the last meeting, it was Golden State coming in with three straight wins and Brooklyn having lost two nights earlier.

Friday night in Denver, Caris LeVert nailed a short pull-up floater in the lane with 0.3 second remaining to lift the Nets to a 112-110 victory over the Nuggets, handing Denver its first loss at home.

D’Angelo Russell led the Nets with 23 points. Jarrett Allen finished with 18 points and nine rebounds while matching his career-high with five blocked shots and Spencer Dinwiddie went for 12 points and six assists.

Meanwhile, the Warriors were manhandled by the Milwaukee Bucks 134-111 on Thursday night in a nationally televised beatdown and lost two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry to a left adductor strain.

Klay Thompson paced Golden State with 24 points and also had two blocked shots in the loss. Kevin Durant had 17 points, five rebounds and nine assists. Jordan Bell, Kevon Looney and Alfonzo McKinnie also had five boards apiece.

Curry had 10 points and six assists before leaving with the injury. The loss snapped an eight-game winning streak for the Western Conference-leading Warriors.

The Nets are 36-53 against Golden State since joining the NBA in 1976 and haven’t won in Oakland since they were the New Jersey Nets in a 102-100 victory at Oracle Arena on March 30, 2012.

Golden State owns the longest winning streak in the series, a nine-game run from Feb. 25, 1986, to April 6, 1990, and have won the last seven games against Brooklyn.

Purvis Short posted the highest-scoring individual game in the series with a 59-point outburst in a 131-114 New Jersey victory at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena on Nov. 17, 1984.

Jason Kidd scored 41 points for the Nets in a 105-97 loss at Oakland on Jan. 23, 2003, the most by a Net in the series.

The highest scoring game for each team in the series happened the same night, a 153-148 overtime win by the Warriors over the Nets in East Rutherford on March 28, 1992.  The Nets have the high mark in regulation, setting it in a 134-132 win at Piscataway, N.J., on Feb. 15, 1981.

The biggest blowout between the teams was a 124-86 win by Golden State in Oakland against the then-New York Nets on April 7, 1977.

Since the move to Brooklyn in 2012, the club is 4-11 against Golden State, with Joe Johnson‘s 32 points in a 109-102 loss on Dec. 7, 2012, at Barclays Center the high scoring mark since the Nets left New Jersey.

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Brooklyn Nets at Golden State Warriors

Oracle Arena, Oakland, Calif.
Time: 8:30 p.m. Eastern
TV: YES Network
Live stream: NBA League Pass

The skinny

Season series: Warriors lead 1-0
Records: Brooklyn (6-6), Golden State (10-2)

Scoring: BKN 109.6 (t-18th), GSW 122,4 (1st)
Defense: BKN 107.8 (t-9th), GSW 111.8 (21st)

Off. Rating: BKN 107.0 (13th), GSW 117.7 (1st)
Def. Rating: BKN 107.4 (16th), GSW 105.9 (14th)
Pace: BKN 100.97 (25th), GSW 104.73 (11th)

Shooting: BKN 45.5% (13th), GSW 51.8% (1st)
3-point: BKN 36.9% (8th), GSW 41.8% (1st)

Opponent shooting: BKN 44.9% (13th), GSW 44.6% (9th)
Opponent 3-point: BKN 34.5% (14th), GSW 31.8% (t-3rd)


Brooklyn: OUT–Treveon Graham (left hamstring strain).

Golden State: OUT–DeMarcus Cousins (left Achilles rehab), Draymond Green (right foot/toe sprain), Shaun Livingston (right foot soreness), Stephen Curry (left adductor strain).

Last meeting

Oct. 28 at Brooklyn: Stephen Curry scored 35 points and Kevin Durant added 34 points with eight rebounds and six assists as the Warriors held off a furious late charge by the Nets to hold on for a 120-114 victory.

Draymond Green added 13 assists and five steals for Golden State and Damian Jones blocked two shots.

Brooklyn, which trailed by 19 points in the third quarter before cutting the deficit to two in the final two minutes of the game, got 25 points and six assists from D’Angelo Russell and 23 points and seven assists from Caris LeVert in the loss.

Ed Davis grabbed seven rebounds, Jared Dudley notched three steals and Jarrett Allen finished with 11 points and two blocks.

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What’s next?

Brooklyn: at Minnesota, Monday; vs. Miami, Wednesday; at Washington, Friday

Golden State: at L.A. Clippers, Monday; vs. Atlanta, Tuesday; at Houston, Thursday