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

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

The best in the West meets the best in the East Thursday night in Toronto. 

In what could be an NBA Finals preview despite the absences of Steph Curry and Draymond Green, the Warriors face off with the Raptors for a highly anticipated matchup. The real question though is, will Klay Thompson crack a cold one again?

The new-look Raptors with Kawhi Leonard and co. have the best record in the NBA at 18-4, but have lost eight straight against the Warriors. On the other side, Golden State has won three straight, and are back to first place in the Western Conference at 15-7. 

So, who will come out on top? We're about to find out.

Here's how you can watch the Warriors-Raptors game live online in the new MyTeams by NBC Sports App. 

When: Thursday, Nov. 29, at 5:00 p.m. PT (pregame show at 4:00 p.m.)
TV channel: NBC Sports Bay Area
Live StreamMyTeams by NBC Sports app

Desktop users can stream the game by clicking this link.

Steph Curry and daughters Riley, Ryan drive around singing 'Hamilton'

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Steph Curry and daughters Riley, Ryan drive around singing 'Hamilton'

I know what you're thinking ... Is there anything Steph Curry can't do?

At this point, if there is a list of those things, it has to be relatively short, right? Perhaps non-existent. Today, I found out the guy knows the lyrics from the musical "Hamilton."

Of course he does.

And so do his daughters, Riley and Ryan:

The members of the Curry family drove around singing "You'll Be Back," and finished it off with some surprise ice cream.

And yes, I couldn't believe how fast little Riley is growing up either. She's come a long way since stealing the show during press conferences.

[RELATED: Steph responds to comments about Ayesha's dancing]

Steph said on his YouTube page they sing this song quite a bit, but it's the first time they've captured it on camera. 

Naturals.

Ranking 10 best NBA superstar duos after wild free agency period

Ranking 10 best NBA superstar duos after wild free agency period

What a summer it's been in the NBA.

Six of the NBA's 12 best players swapped teams, some teaming up in pursuit of championship glory alongside their friend.

With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George in LA with the Clippers, Anthony Davis joining LeBron James with the Lakers and Russell Westbrook being shipped to Houston to team up with James Harden, the NBA now is a league filled with Batman and Robins.

But which duo is the best? It's time to find out.

Click to see rankings of top 10 NBA duos after free agency