((*watch*))!!Rockets vs Kings Live @ NBA 2019 TV

((*watch*))!!Rockets vs Kings Live NBA 2019 TV After finishing their road trip with a frustrating overtime loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Warriors return home to Oracle Arena looking out to take their frustrations on the Charlotte Hornets.

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The Hornets currently sit 10th in the Eastern Conference standings and will need to rack up the wins in order to punch their ticket to the NBA playoffs. The Hornets have struggled on the road this season, accumulating an 11–25 record away from home.

Golden State, meanwhile, enters the game tied with the Denver Nuggets atop the Western Conference.

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Here’s how you can watch Warriors vs. Hornets on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming online on the MyTeams app:

When: Sunday, March 31, at 5:30 p.m. PT (pregame at 4:30 p.m.)
TV Channel: NBC Sports Bay Area
Live Stream: MyTeams by NBC Sports appThe final three regular season games ever at Oracle Arena will take place this week.

The Warriors host the Nuggets on Tuesday, the Cavs on Friday and the Clippers on Sunday.

After practice on Monday, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was asked if there is a single Oracle memory that stands out the most.

“The №1 moment is beating Houston in Game 5 (of the 2015 West Finals),” Kerr revealed. “For whatever reason, that memory stands out even moreso than winning the title in 2017 at Oracle.

“I guess just because it was so unexpected. We knew we were gonna be pretty good, but I don’t think any of us really knew we could actually go to the Finals and win a championship.”

On May 27, 2015, the Warriors beat the Rockets, 104–90, to advance to the NBA Finals for the first time since 1975.

Do you remember Harrison Barnes scoring 13 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter? Because yeah, that happened.

“Game 5, I just remember there was about a minute left and we were up 12 or something so it was kind of apparent that the game was over, and just soaking in the emotion from everybody — the crowd, our players, our coaches,” Kerr explained. “I stood at halfcourt and just kind of looked — I scanned the whole building.

“My goosebumps were everywhere. ‘Just wow, this is really happening.’ And there was a bigger context to that, too, because I’m a basketball fan and I remembered coming in here many times as a player and as a broadcaster, where you know, ‘The Warriors aren’t going to the Finals, right? That’s not happening.’

“But it happened. So that big-picture awareness that this was 40 years in the making and knowing how great our fans have been and how much people love basketball in the Bay Area… that moment it all came together, and it’s like, ‘Wow. Doesn’t get any better.’

“But then it did because we won the championship.”

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And then they won an NBA single-season record 73 games, and then they won the title in 2017 and then they won the title in 2018 and now they are the favorites to win it again.