Portland Trail Blazers vs Golden State Warriors Live Stream & TV Channel NBA 2018 Full HD
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No doubt, it’s been a rough week for this team (and their fan base), but you know what? It’s really not all that bad, all things considered.
The Portland Tail Blazers visit the Golden State Warriors in a matchup of the Western Conference’s 2 and 5 seeds.
In a surprising twist, however, it’s the Blazers that are the 2-seed while the struggling Warriors are 5th in the West.
Stephen Curry is still out, but he’s looking quite spry in our limited glimpses.
Curry matters so much in so many ways, you can’t talk about the team’s struggles without first framing the conversation around how critical Curry’s absence is.
Though slated to be out at least for this upcoming back-to-back, the good news is that he’ll be formally re-evaluated by the team tomorrow.
Of course, though, only 2.5 games separate the first and tenth place teams in a crowded Western Conference.
Everyone may be full from Thanksgiving meals, but the Warriors will be hungry for a win..
They have lost four in row for the first time in the Steve Kerr era and have only won twice (against the Brooklyn Nets and Atlanta Hawks) in their last eight games after starting the season 10-1.
The game is the final one of Portland’s 6-game road trip. The Blazers hope to finish the trip with a .500 record after going 2-3 in the first five games.
Even if the Warriors don’t sign off on him returning to action just yet, simply reaching this milestone in his recovery should invigorate the team.
It’s still early in the season, but the Portland Trail Blazers are looking strong! We’ll see how they fare over the rest of this long season, but right now they sit at second in the Western conference.
They’ve dropped a couple of bad losses recently, and three of their last five games, but these Blazers are still plenty threatening enough to knock over the Warriors in their current wobbly state.
After watching Dennis Schroder go off for 32 points on 19 shots against the Warriors in person on Wednesday, I’m nervous about what the Blazers backcourt is going to do.
They’ve also got exactly the sort of center (a good one) that could give the Golden State post players hell.
Jusuf Nurkic is big and talented — previously we had a bevy of options to throw out at him, this is our first look at him with Damion Jones as the starter.
As a team, the Blazers rank third in the league in rebound percentage so watch the battle down low early.
A devastatingly efficient offense has been a staple of the Warriors the past few seasons.
Overall for the season they are still one of the top teams in offensive rating, field goal percentage, and 3-point percentage.