Tonight’s late game is a Pacific Division showdown between two teams from The Land of Milk and Honey when the Los Angeles Clippers travel up north to the Bay Area to take on the Golden State Warriors.
The 4-3 Warriors have won 4 out of their last 5 games and are looking to keep their winning ways alive. Golden State needs to protect the home paint as the team is 2-1 at Chase Center, so far, this season. After starting the season 0-2, the Warriors’ recent wins can be credited to former two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry’s career-high of 63 points and former NBA Defensive Player of the Year Draymond Green’s return to the lineup.
The 5-3 Clippers are playing their second game of a back-to-back after coming off of a 116-113 loss against the San Antonio Spurs. The Clippers are one of the best teams in the Western Conference and are led by Kawhi Leonard. Coming off of a game-high 30-point performance, Kawhi has had his best game since having to wear a mask due to getting eight stitches from an errant elbow by teammate Serge Ibaka.
There will not be any fans in attendance in San Francisco; however, cord cutters can find out how to watch Clippers-Warriors below.
When to Watch Clippers vs. Warriors
Tip-off for Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors is scheduled for 10:00 PM ET on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. The game will be nationally televised on ESPN with local broadcasts available on NBC Sports Bay Area and Fox Sports Prime Ticket.
Where to Watch Clippers vs. Warriors
Cord cutters can watch all the action live from the hardwood by subscribing to any streaming service that carries ESPN or by using the Watch ESPN app. Choosing from any of these subscription services below has its benefits because there are no hidden fees, you can cancel anytime with most offering a free trial for new subscribers.
- AT&T TV Now: Subscribers to AT&TV Now can watch the NBA on ESPN, and over 45 other channels for only $55/month with their Plus package. 500 hours of DVR is included so you won’t miss your team’s victories on the hardwood, and you can record your other favorite shows.
- Hulu + Live TV: For $65/month, Hulu + Live TV gives you access to ESPN, NBA on ESPN, over 65 channels, and access to Hulu’s large library of content including exclusive shows and movies. With 50 hours of Cloud DVR included you’ll be able to record this game, and much more.
- fuboTV: Perhaps the best sports-orientated streaming service is fuboTV because subscribers can watch ESPN, NBA on ESPN, over 130 events in 4K, and 110 channels, starting at $64.99/month. 250 hours of Cloud DVR means there is plenty of room to save your favorite events.
- YouTube TV: For $65/month, YouTube TV is a great service for watching ESPN, NBA on ESPN, and over 85 other channels. With unlimited Cloud DVR storage, it’s the perfect place to record your favorite games, catch up on all of the buildup for the week, analyst predictions, and have the ability to come back to it at season’s end.
- Sling Orange: The Sling Orange package is only $30/month and it includes 10 hours of Cloud DVR storage. Sling is one of the most affordable services to watch the NBA every week on ESPN, and it comes with over 30 other channels.
- Vidgo: For $55/month, Vidgo gives you access to all NBA games on ESPN, plus over 85 other channels, and 24-hour playback on popular programming.
- NBA League Pass: Fans can watch live games from their favorite out-of-market teams with one of the packages provided by NBA League Pass. For $119.99/yr. or $17.99/mo. fans can watch all the games from an out-of-market team with Team Pass. Catch every game from any out-of-market team for only $28.99/mo. or $199/yr. with League Pass. Upgrade to a commercial-free experience with League Pass Premium and watch every game from an out-of-market team for only $249.99/yr. or $39.99 mo.
Due to the NBA’s blackout restrictions, local fans may have to watch the game on NBC Sports Bay Area and Fox Sports Prime Ticket, both of which are streaming on AT&T TV Now. NBC Sports Bay Area is also available on fubuTV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV. Regional sports networks coverage varies based on location, but if these networks are subject to blackout in your location then you should be able to watch the national broadcast on ESPN.