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Warriors vs. Hawks live stream: Watch NBA game live on MyTeams

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Warriors vs. Hawks live stream: Watch NBA game live on MyTeams

The Warriors close out a back-to-back set tonight when they host the Atlanta Hawks at Oracle Arena.

Golden State will have to get by without the help of Draymond Green, who was suspended for tonight's game due to conduct detrimental to the team. Additionally, the Warriors will still be without two-time MVP Stephen Curry, who continues to nurse a groin injury. 

Here's how you can watch Warriors-Hawks, as well as the pregame and postgame coverage, live online. 

When: Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. PT (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.)
Live Stream: MyTeams by NBC Sports app

Desktop users can stream the game by clicking this link.

[RELATED: Warriors show Draymond Green where the third rail is by suspending him]

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Andre Iguodala disagreed with Steve Kerr's message before Game 6 of '15 Finals

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Andre Iguodala disagreed with Steve Kerr's message before Game 6 of '15 Finals

Programming note: Watch tonight's Warriors-Timberwolves game streaming live at 7:30 p.m. PT on the MyTeams app.

On June 16, 2015, the Warriors defeated the Cavaliers 105-97 to capture their first NBA championship since 1975.

What was Steve Kerr's message to his team at shootaround that morning?

"Steve was like, 'We got a chance to do something special, but don't put too much pressure on ourselves," Andre Iguodala revealed on the Winging It Podcast. "If we don't win, we still going back home and we close it out at home. So we should play free.' And I was like, 'Nope. Listen man, I'm not playing no more basketball games after tonight.'

"And that's exactly what I said. I'm like, 'Listen. We ain't playing no more after tonight. We're gonna win this thing. You know how crazy it is to get here? We may never come back here.'

"I don't know. I just had this glow. I just couldn't wait for the game. I felt great. I don't know if I ever felt that confident and that good ever. I don't know why. Timing was perfect."

Whether it was Kerr's words or Iguodala's counter that resonated with the Warriors is immaterial at this point. All that matters is that Golden State won the title.

In Game 6, Iguodala registered 25 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals. He did not commit a single turnover and helped hold LeBron James to 13-for-33 from the field.

Iguodala averaged 16.3 points, 5.8 rebounds and 4.0 assists over the six games, while shooting 52 percent overall and 40 percent from 3-point territory. He was awarded Finals MVP -- not something he was anticpating.

"Bob Myers was like, 'Yo, man. You deseve everything,' I'm like, 'Thanks man.' And he's like, 'No man. You got Finals MVP.' And I was like, 'Huh?' (laughter). I was like, 'What?!'"

Oh, the memories...

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller

NBA rumors: Kevin Durant, Clippers 'very viable' fit in free agency

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NBA rumors: Kevin Durant, Clippers 'very viable' fit in free agency

Stephen A. Smith has changed his mind. Kevin Durant is going to the Los Angeles Clippers.

You might recall Smith said last month on ESPN’s “First Take” that he believes KD will join the Lakers in free agency next summer, with the Warriors, Celtics, 76ers and Knicks also on the superstar’s list, in that order.

No Clippers. Until Friday, that is.

Smith cited “very, very well-connected” sources in reporting this: “People in NBA circles believe that Kevin Durant -- the Los Angeles Clippers have a legitimate shot of acquiring him.”

Smith cites the Clippers’ available salary-cap space -- according to him, the team is only committed to $47 million next season, with over $60 million -- as why they’re “very viable.”

Smith’s report could be bad news for Warriors fans, but it’s really harsh for Knicks followers. Smith said KD-to-the-Knicks is just “a smokescreen” and that “there’s no way in hell he’s playing there.”

But we’re still seven months from NBA free agency, so there’s no way in hell anyone knows where Durant will play. The Warriors have just as much of “a legitimate shot” of keeping KD, especially if they win a third consecutive NBA championship.