The Warriors (39-15) host the Heat (25-28) on Sunday night at Oracle Arena, marking the first time the two teams have faced each other in more than a year.
Both of the matchups between Golden State and Miami last season happened before the turn of the calendar year, so they didn't face each other at all in 2018. Sunday's game holds extra significance in that it represents future Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade's final game at Oracle.
The Warriors have continued their torrid stretch leading into the All-Star break, as they've won 14 of their last 15 games, including a 10-point road victory over the Suns on Friday. Following the matchup with the Heat, all that stands between the Warriors and the All-Star break will be a home-road back-to-back against the Jazz and Trail Blazers on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Miami, on the other hand, has had a tougher go of it as of late. They've lost four of their last five games, including a disappointing defeat at the hands of the Kings on Friday that the Heat let slip through their fingers. They currently occupy the eighth and final playoff spot in the East, but sit just a half-game ahead of Detroit in ninth.
Here's how you can watch Warriors vs. Heat on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming online:
When: Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. PT (pregame at 4:30 p.m.)
TV channel: NBC Sports Bay Area
Live stream: MyTeams by NBC Sports app
Desktop users can stream the game by clicking this link.
Where were you on President's Day this year?
If you're Barack Obama, you were in San Francisco seen at Ayesha Curry's restaurant, International Smoke.
Celebrity chef Michael Mina shared a picture on Instagram of himself with Obama, plus Steph and Ayesha at the restaurant.
The 44th President of the United States and wasn't the only celebrity there on Monday night, too. Mina also posted a picture of John Legend and Chrissy Teigen as well.
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Obama is in town for a three-day national convention in Oakland, hosted by his foundation, My Brother's Keeper Alliance. Curry will be joining him at a town hall as part of the conference.
Curry and the Warriors spent time with Obama in Washington, D.C., before their game against the Wizards in late January, thanks to a players-only meeting set up by Curry.
Steph Curry is a pretty good sport.
Before the Warriors star took off to NBA All-Star Weekend, Late Night host Jimmy Fallon asked Curry to sneak a few phrases into his media interviews throughout the weekend.
Fallon revealed the bit during Monday night's episode of "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon."
Curry snuck in the phrases "energizer bunny," "flippin' pancakes," and "Wham Bam Can of Ham" two times each, and nobody appeared to notice.
Steph appeared to enjoy his experience with it all.
"Energizer bunny" and "flippin' pancakes" seemed pretty easy for the two-time MVP to mix into his interviews, but "Wham Bam Can of Ham?" What even is that?
Fallon himself had high praise for the three-time champ for agreeing to participate.
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Steph Curry, always one to keep us on our toes.