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Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

The Golden State Warriors visit the Houston Rockets in a Western Conference matchup between two teams aiming for a Play-In Tournament spot.

The Warriors currently occupy 10th place in the West, which is the final Play-In spot. The Rockets are three games back in 11th place, and a win tonight would help Houston gain ground in the race to the postseason.

How to watch Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets, TV channel and streaming

The Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets game will be available to stream through NBA League Pass. It will be broadcast on TV via local broadcast networks Space City Home Network for fans in Houston and NBC Sports Bay Area for fans in northern California.

Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets start time, date and venue

Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets is scheduled to tip off at 8 PM ET/7 PM CT/5 PM PT on Thursday, April 4, with the game taking place at Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.

Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets injury report

Golden State Warriors: Jonathan Kuminga - knee, questionable; Gary Payton II - ankle, probable

Houston Rockets: Alperen Sengun - ankle, out; Tari Eason - leg, out; Steven Adams - knee, out

Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets predicted lineups

Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green, Trayce Jackson-Davis

Houston Rockets: Fred VanVleet, Jalen Green, Jabari Smith Jr., Dillon Brooks, Amen Thompson

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Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets stats

  • Golden State is eighth in the NBA in points per game with 117.8; Houston is 16th with 114.1 points per game.
  • The Warriors grab the most rebounds per game in the NBA with 46.1; the Rockets are third with 45.3.
  • Golden State is eighth in the league in team three-point percentage at 37.6 percent; Houston is 23rd at 35.1 percent.
  • The Rockets are one of the NBA's best teams at defending the perimeter, as teams shoot the second-lowest three-point percentage against Houston at 34.8 percent - the Warriors allow the 11th-lowest at 35.8 percent.
  • Houston will be without leading scorer and rebounder Alperen Sengun, who averages 21.1 points and 9.3 rebounds, as well as five assists which is second-most on the Rockets.
  • The teams play at similar paces: Golden State is 10th with 98.9 possessions per game and Houston is 12th with 98.7 possessions per game.
  • The Warriors create 20 percent of their shots from off-ball screens and cuts; the Rockets get around 20 percent of their shots in transition.

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