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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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CJ McCollum tweets at Devin Booker after Warriors' Jordan Poole interview

CJ McCollum tweets at Devin Booker after Warriors' Jordan Poole interview

Warriors rookie Jordan Poole did not play in the team's final Summer League game in Las Vegas on Friday night.

So at halftime, he joined NBATV's Allie LaForce for a short interview:

"Growing up and in college, you never really paid attention to the free agency," Poole explained. "Obviously, you saw who was going to what team.

"But now looking at the lineups and the matchups and being able to see who you're gonna guard night in and night -- the Western Conference is definitely gonna be extremely exciting."

Is there anybody in particular he's looking forward to guarding?

"Probably Devin Booker," the 20-year-old said. "Devin Booker, CJ McCollum are the two that I'm focusing on."

When the video came across McCollum's timeline, he tweeted the following at Booker:

Wizards guard Bradley Beal then joined in on the fun:

Booker averaged 26.6 points and 6.8 assists per game last season, while McCollum racked up 21.0 points and 3.0 assists per contest.

Poole -- the No. 28 overall pick in last month's NBA Draft -- is going to have his work cut out for him.

[RELATED: Curry likes the idea of Poole's mentality in Dubs' rotation]

"Offensively, we think he's far ahead of where he is defensively," Golden State assistant general manager Larry Harris said about Poole a couple of weeks ago. "His athleticism and his quickness and his IQ allows him to be a better defender than what we saw in college."

When the NBA releases the 2019-20 schedule next month, mark the Warriors-Suns and Warriors-Blazers matchups on your calendar.

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Steph Curry discusses game-winning 3-point dagger vs. Thunder in 2016

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Steph Curry discusses game-winning 3-point dagger vs. Thunder in 2016

It's probably the most iconic shot of Steph Curry's career. And you only need to hear one word to know what 'it' is.

'BANG!'

"Well I made 11 already in the game, so obviously I was feeling a rhythm and feeling like I could make anything, anywhere," Curry said of his game-winning 37-foot 3-pointer in overtime against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Feb. 27, 2016. "I knew that time was running down and we decided not to call a timeout and push it up in transition, and really, you try to make the most simple decision, just to get a shot up. And that was it."

With the score tied at 118, Curry walked the ball up the court in the waning seconds of overtime. Thunder defensive stalwart Andre Roberson made the mistake of taking one step too far backward, leaving Curry enough room to pull up and hoist with 2.5 seconds remaining.

As the ball banked in off the back rim, ESPN's Mike Breen let out the call that will forever be associated with one of the gutsiest game-winners in NBA history.

"BAAAAANG! BAAAAANG! Oh, what a shot from Curry!"

"I call it simple for me because I actually practice that shot, but I just had confidence to shoot it," Curry continued in an interview with House of Highlight's founder Omar Raja. "You can talk about the ones that you make, you can talk about the ones that you miss, but the same kind of mindset goes into it. Rise up and shoot it."

[RELATED: Steph relives time in 2014 when he made 3 in Kobe's face]

Curry has had plenty of big shots in his career, but none quite like the one that took all the air out of Chesapeake Energy Arena that night. That said, given the expanded role Curry is likely to assume this coming season in the wake of Kevin Durant's departure, he should have plenty of opportunities to try to top it.