Raptors vs. Warriors: How to watch, lineups, injury reports and broadcast for Friday




 

After their impressive victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday, the Golden State Warriors will have the chance to build a winning streak at home on Friday night against the Toronto Raptors. 

Steph Curry will return to the court for the first time since being ejected late in Wednesday's contest for throwing his mouthguard in a moment of frustration. Prior to his ejection, Curry notched a game-high 34 points on 10-of-19 shooting from the field with four made triples in 35 minutes. 

Golden State's win over Memphis help snap a four-game losing streak at San Francisco's Chase Center. 

Heading into the Bay Area, the Raptors are riding a two-game winning streak with victories over the Sacramento Kings and New York Knicks. Pascal Siakam has tallied 24 points or more points in each of Toronto's past two wins. 

Before the Warriors welcome the Raptors to the Bay Area on Friday, here's everything you need to know for Friday night's contest, including how to watch. 

How to watch:

Here's when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: Friday, Jan. 27

  • Time: 7 p.m. PT

  • TV Channel: NBC Sports Bay Area / NBA TV

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (Watch for free)

  • Where: Chase Center - San Francisco

Raptors projected lineup:

  • G - Fred VanVleet - No. 23 - Wichita State

  • G - Gary Trent Jr. - No. 33 - Duke

  • F - Scottie Barnes - No. 4 - Florida State

  • F - O.G. Anunoby - No. 3 - Indiana

  • F - Pascal Siakam - No. 43 - New Mexico State

Warriors projected lineup:

  • G - Steph Curry - No. 30 - Davidson

  • G - Klay Thompson - No. 11 - Washington State

  • G - Jordan Poole - No. 3 - Michigan

  • F - Andrew Wiggins - No. 22 - Kansas

  • F - Draymond Green - No. 23 - Michigan State

Injury Report:

Warriors:

  • Andrew Wiggins - Questionable - Non-COVID Illness

  • Andre Iguodala - Out - Right Hip Soreness

Raptors:

  • Otto Porter Jr. - Out - Left Foot Surgery

Story originally appeared on Warriors Wire

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