The Washington Wizards (46-30) travel to play the Golden State Warriors (62-14) as they look to end a two-game losing streak before heading home.
The Washington Wizards play their final West-Coast game of the regular season Sunday night against the Golden State Warriors where they seek to snap a two-game skid.
After a statement win in Cleveland last week, along with a victory against the Los Angeles Lakers, the Wizards have lost two straight against two of the Western Conference elite teams, the Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz.
Aside from riding a two-game losing streak, the Wizards remain as the No. 3 seed in the Eastern Conference heading into Sunday’s play.
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However, the Wizards are not alone at the three spot this time around. The team with the Wizards are the Toronto Raptors, who share identical records with the Wizards and owns the tiebreaker in means of winning the season series 2-1.
Both the Wizards and Raptors are in action Sunday as the Raptors host the Philadelphia 76ers 6:00 p.m. ET.
The disappointment of a two-game skid can be apprehended by Wizards All-Star John Wall, who voiced his frustration on the league’s officiating.
Wall, who earned his fourth straight All-Star appearance earlier this season averaging 23.3 points, 10.7 assists, and 4.1 rebounds, picked up his 15th technical foul of the season, one short of receiving a one-game suspension by the NBA.
Wizards at Warriors live stream
Date: April 2, 2017
Tip-off: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Oakland, CA
Arena: Oracle Arena
Radio Station: 1500 AM (Wizards), 95.7 The Game (Warriors)
TV Channel: CSNMA, CSBA
Live Stream: CSNmidatlantic.com, NBA LEAGUE PASS
The history of the Wizards and Warriors include 189 regular season games as the Warriors own the all-time record 107 wins to the Wizards 82 victories. However, the Wizards lead the 2017 season series after beating a Kevin Durant-less Warriors team 108-112 on Feb 28 at Verizon Center.
According to OddsShark.com, the Wizards are nine and a half point underdogs against reigning Western Conference champion Warriors. In the last seven games as the underdog, the Wizards are just 1-7.
Lastly, OddsShark forecasts the Warriors to capture the win over the Wizards 103.1-117.2 Sunday night.