Warriors vs. Kings live stream: How to watch NBA game online and on TV

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Warriors vs. Kings live stream: How to watch NBA game online and on TV

Basketball is back. Now that the NBA All-Star Weekend is done, it's back to business where the Warriors (41-16) will try to lock down the No. 1 seed in the West and the Kings (30-27) are trying to end a 12-season playoff drought

It all starts with a NorCal battle

The Warriors host the Kings Thursday night, who they have beaten all three times this season. But they're margin of victory over Sacramento's young squad is only 3.3 points per game. 

Will Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins go off against his former team? Can Buddy Hield out-score Steph Curry after falling to him in the 3-Point Contest? We're about to find out. 

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Here's how you can watch Warriors vs. Kings on NBC Sports Bay Area or California and streaming online:

When: Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. PT (pregame at 6:30 p.m. for Warriors, 7:00 p.m. for Kings)
TV channel: NBC Sports Bay Area or California
Live stream: MyTeams by NBC Sports app for Warriors and right here for Kings

Desktop users can stream the game here for Warriors coverage or here for Kings.

Warriors unveil pristine Biofreeze Performance Center at Chase Center

Warriors unveil pristine Biofreeze Performance Center at Chase Center

Chase Center is an incredible, state-of-the-art building with all the bells and whistles.

The Warriors are preparing to open their first season in San Francisco, and the unveiling of all Chase Center has to offer already has begun.

It continued Wednesday when the Warriors announced the Biofreeze Performance Center at Chase Center, complete with photos to make your jaw drop.

The brilliant building comes with two full-size basketball courts, six hoops. a 4,000-square foot weight room, a sauna, a theater, a cryochamber, barbershop, kombucha bar and nap pods to boot.


Steph Curry fires back after Kevin Durant criticizes Warriors offense

Steph Curry fires back after Kevin Durant criticizes Warriors offense

Kevin Durant has sent some mixed messages about what he wants in his basketball situation.

He was the man in Oklahoma City, co-starring with Russell Westbrook in an offense heavily predicated on isolation basketball. In search of playing a more beautiful game, Durant left OKC in 2016 to join the Warriors and Steve Kerr's ball-movement offense.

After three years and unparalleled success, Durant exited the Bay to head to Brooklyn, signing with the Nets in free agency in July. The two-time NBA Finals MVP discussed his exit from the Warriors in an interview with the Wall Street Journal, and he had some critiques of the ball-movement offense. Durant believes the system is limited, and there would come a time in the playoffs where he needed to "go into his bag" to get his own shot because the opposition had figured out how to slow down Kerr's offense.

Curry, who has been almost unstoppable in the Warriors' system, had something to say about Durant's criticism.

"Well, I don't care what plays we ran," Curry told ESPN's Rachel Nichols. "We won two championships. And at the end of the day, we had a lotta talent and there was an expectation of us figuring out how to balance all that. And we talked a lot about it throughout the three-year run. It wasn't always perfect, but I think in terms of, you know, the results and what we were able to do on the floor, that kinda speaks for itself. We all wanna play iso-ball at the end of the day in some way, shape or form. But I'd rather have some championships, too."

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It's hard to argue with either point of view. Durant is one of the most talented scorers in NBA history, and was a seamless fit in Kerr's offense. But his isolation game almost is unguardable, so it's understandable why he would want the ball in his hands more. Really, who wouldn't want Durant to have the ball?

But as Curry said, the Warriors' results over the past five seasons speak to the success and potency of their ball-movement offense, one of the reasons the Warriors almost were able to win the 2019 NBA Finals even after Durant ruptured his Achilles. Just turn on the tape, and you can see how effective the offense is, both with and without Durant.