Draymond Green insists the Golden State Warriors have a new challenge, even if he won’t be around to get it started, when the defending champions attempt to take the first step toward digging themselves out of a 2-0 hole against the Sacramento Kings in Game 3 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series Thursday night.
Green was ejected for stomping on the chest of Kings rival Domantas Sabonis in the fourth quarter of Monday’s 114-106 loss in Sacramento.
The defeat has left Golden State down 2-0 for the first time in the Steve Kerr era, during which four of the previous six trips to the playoffs have resulted in championships.
When will the Golden State Warriors vs Sacramento Kings NBA Playoffs Game 3 start?
The Golden State Warriors vs Sacramento Kings game will start at 7:30 AM IST on April 21 or 9:00 PM ET on April 20.
Where to watch the Golden State Warriors vs Sacramento Kings NBA Playoffs Game 3 on TV?
The Golden State Warriors vs Sacramento Kings will be telecast on Sports18 in India. The game will be telecast on TNT in the United States.
Where to live stream the Golden State Warriors vs Sacramento Kings NBA Playoffs Game 3?
The Golden State Warriors vs Sacramento Kings NBA Playoffs Game 3 will be live streamed on JioCinema in India. In the Unites States, it can be live streamed on TNT app.
The game can also be seen on NBA.com with an NBA League Pass.
What are the other NBA Playoffs games on April 20?
The other NBA Playoffs games on April 20 are:
- Brooklyn Nets vs Philadelphia 76ers - 5:00 AM IST
- Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns - 8:00 AM IST
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