Warriors vs. Magic live stream: How to watch NBA game online, on TV




 

After spending the afternoon celebrating fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson getting his collegiate jersey retired in Pullman, Washington, Warriors guard Steph Curry will be making his sideline analyst debut.

Curry will join the NBC Sports Bay Area broadcast of Saturday's matchup between the Warriors and Orlando Magic at Chase Center, jumping on during the third quarter.

He likely won't be talking much about Draymond Green, as the former Defensive Player of the Year will not play against Orlando after suffering a finger sprain in Thursday night's loss to the Denver Nuggets. Rookie Eric Paschall will start in Green's place.

For the Magic, point guard Michael Carter-Williams returns after missing 13 games with an AC joint sprain in his left shoulder.

[RELATED: #CollegeKlay: Washington State retires Thompson's No. 1]

Here's how to watch Saturday night's Warriors-Magic game:

When: Saturday, Jan. 18 at 5:30 p.m. PT, pregame begins at 4:30 p.m.
TV channel: NBC Sports Bay Area
Live stream: MyTeams App

Live stream all your Warriors games and get the latest news and analysis on the MyTeams App.

Warriors vs. Magic live stream: How to watch NBA game online, on TV originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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