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

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After closing a four-game road swing with three impressive victories, the Golden State Warriors will return to Chase Center with a league-best 14-2 record. On Sunday, the top-rookie Scottie Barnes and the Toronto Raptors will be waiting in San Francisco for a rematch of the 2019 NBA Finals.

After holding Steph Curry, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Otto Porter Jr. out of Friday’s game against the Pistons, the Warriors are set to bring back multiple key players on Sunday against the Raptors.

Below is how to watch the game, injury reports, probable lineups and everything else you need to know about Sunday’s tilt at the Chase Center.

How to watch the game:

    • Date: Sunday, Nov. 21

    • Time: 5:30 p.m. PT

    • TV Channel: NBC Sports Bay Area

    • Stream: fuboTV

    • Radio: 95.7 The Game (Bay Area)

    • Location: Chase Center

Warriors vs. Raptors notable injuries:

Golden State:

  • Nemanja Bjelica – Probable – Left Rib Soreness

  • Gary Payton II – Probable – Hernia Injury Recovery

  • Otto Porter Jr. – Questionable – Left Foot Injury Management

  • Andre Iguodala – Out – Right Knee Soreness

Toronto:

  • OG Anunoby – Questionable – Left Hip Pointer

Probable Starting Lineups:

Toronto Raptors:

    • F Scottie Barnes – No. 4 – Florida State

    • F Pascal Siakam – No. 43 – New Mexico State

    • F Khem Birch – No. 24 – UNLV

    • G Gary Trent Jr. – No. 33 – Duke

    • G Fred VanVleet – No. 23 – Wichita State

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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