Warriors at Sixers: How to watch, stream, lineups, injury reports and broadcast for Wednesday

To wrap up a five-game road swing, the Golden State Warriors will open a road back-to-back on Wednesday evening against the Philadelphia 76ers.

With a victory over the Sixers on Wednesday, the Warriors will have the chance to secure a much-needed winning road swing while building a winning streak before closing out their trip on Thursday against the Indiana Pacers.

The Warriors are coming off a road win over the Brooklyn Nets, where Steph Curry and Jonathan Kuminga combined for 57 points in a 109-98 victory.

While the Warriors have won three of their last four, the Sixers has struggled while reigning MVP Joel Embiid has been sidelined due to injury. The Tyrese Maxey-led Sixers have lost three straight heading into Wednesday.

Before the Warriors meet the 76ers on Wednesday night, here’s everything you need to know about the game, including how to watch.

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How to watch:

  • Time: 4:30 p.m. PT

  • Location: Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA

  • Channel: ESPN / NBC Sports Bay Area

  • Radio: 95.7 The Game – San Francisco

  • Stream: FuboTV (Watch for free)

Warriors Projected Lineup:

  • G – Stephen Curry – No. 30 – Davidson

  • G – Klay Thompson – No. 11 – Washington State

  • F – Andrew Wiggins – No. 22 – Kansas

  • F – Jonathan Kuminga – No. 00 – G League Ignite

  • C – Kevon Looney – No. 5 – UCLA

76ers Projected Lineup:

Injury Report:


  • Robert Covington – Out – Left Knee Bone Bruise

  • Nic Batum – Out – Left Hamstring Strain

  • Joel Embiid – Out – Left Knee Meniscus Procedure

  • Tyrese Maxey – Questionable – Illness

  • Marcus Morris Jr. – Out – Left Foot


  • Draymond Green – Available – Right Knee Contusion

  • Gary Payton II – Out – Left Hamstring Strain

  • Chris Paul – Out – Left Hand Fracture

  • Andrew Wiggins – Available – Left Ankle Contusion

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