Rockets at Warriors: Stream, lineups, injury reports and broadcast info for Sunday

The Houston Rockets will finish up a long five-game road trip with Sunday’s visit to former rival Golden State. If you’re wondering how you can watch the game action live, you’ve come to the right place.

Led by Jalen Green, Kevin Porter Jr. and Christian Wood, the young Rockets (1-8) enter Sunday with seven straight losses. However, they could be more dangerous than their record looks. After all, the majority of their recent competition has been probable playoff teams — and they led well into the second half in three straight close road losses to the Lakers, Suns, and Nuggets, including Saturday’s heartbreaker at Denver.

As usual, the Warriors (7-1) are led by two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry, which makes for a tough matchup in the backcourt for Porter and Green — who are just 21 and 19 years old, respectively. That challenge is perhaps even greater thanks to the season’s first back-to-back for the Rockets.

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: Sunday, Nov. 7

  • Time: 7:30 p.m. Central

  • TV Channel: AT&T SportsNet Southwest, NBA League Pass

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free in Houston markets)

Probable starting lineups

Houston Rockets (1-8)

  • Guard: Kevin Porter Jr.

  • Guard: Jalen Green

  • Forward: Jae’Sean Tate

  • Forward: Christian Wood

  • Center: Daniel Theis

Golden State Warriors (7-1)

  • Guard: Stephen Curry

  • Guard: Jordan Poole

  • Forward: Andrew Wiggins

  • Forward: Draymond Green

  • Center: Kevon Looney

Projected lineups are based on each team’s official game notes.

Reserve forward Danuel House Jr. (right foot sprain) has missed Houston’s last five games, but his return is a possibility. John Wall remains listed as out due to a mutual decision for him not to play, with Houston prioritizing minutes for the development of younger players.

Golden State’s injury report lists Klay Thompson (right Achilles) and second-year center James Wiseman (right knee) as out, though both injuries date back to previous seasons. Among players who reported to 2021-22 training camp, only veteran reserve Andre Iguodala (out, left hip injury management) is listed as injured, which makes the Warriors a significant home favorite over the rebuilding Rockets.

This post originally appeared on Rockets Wire. Follow us on Facebook!

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