Hornets vs. Warriors: Lineups, injury report and broadcast info for Sunday

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With the San Francisco 49ers set to host Monday Night Football this week, the Golden State Warriors will take center stage in the Bay Area sports world on Sunday afternoon.

Following the conclusion of an eight-game homestand, the Warriors will take their win-streak on the road. The Warriors will meet LaMelo Ball and the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday afternoon to start a four-game road swing. Along with facing off against the 2020 No. 3 overall pick, the Warriors will be reunited with former Golden State wing Kelly Oubre Jr.

While the Warriors are cruising on a seven-game win streak, the Hornets are boasting a winning streak of their own. After five consecutive losses, the Hornets have secured back-to-back wins over the Memphis Grizzlies and New York Knicks.

Below is how to watch the game, injury reports, probable lineups and everything else you need to know about Friday’s tilt in the Bay Area.

How to watch the game:

  • Date: Sunday, Nov. 14

  • Time: 4 p.m. PT

  • TV Channel: NBC Sports Bay Area

  • Stream: fuboTV

  • Radio: 95.7 The Game (Bay Area)

  • Location: The Spectrum Center – Charlotte

Warriors vs. Hornets notable injuries:

Charlotte Hornets:

  • PJ Washington – Out – Elbow

Golden State Warriors:

  • Klay Thompson – Out – Achilles

  • James Wiseman – Out – Meniscus

Probable Starting Lineups:

Charlotte Hornets

  • F Gordon Heyward – No. 20 – Butler

  • F Miles Bridges – No. 0 – Michigan State

  • C Mason Plumlee – No. 24 – Duke

  • G Terry Roziers – No. 3 – Louisville

  • G LaMelo Ball – No. 0 – Australia NBL

Golden State Warriors

  • F Draymond Green – No. 23 – Michigan State

  • F Andrew Wiggins – No. 22 – Kansas

  • C Kevon Looney – No. 5 – UCLA

  • G Steph Curry – No. 30 – Davidson

  • G Jordan Poole – No. 3 – Michigan

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