Lakers vs. Warriors: Stream, lineups, injury reports and broadcast info for Thursday

The Los Angeles Lakers visit the Golden State Warriors on Thursday, and if you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

After the long All-Star break, the Purple and Gold will return to the court looking to extend their newfound positive momentum. They have won three games in a row, six of their last seven and 11 of their previous 16. That spurt has boosted their record to 30-26, which puts them in ninth place in the Western Conference.

Golden State, which has a 27-26 record, is in 10th place in the West. Like the Lakers, it has been on a mini-roll in its own right, having won eight of its last 10 contests. Thus, this will not be an easy game for L.A. by any means, especially since LeBron James will not play due to an ailing ankle.

This will be the second meeting this season between these two teams. Nearly a month ago, they competed in a thriller for the ages that went into double overtime, with the Lakers prevailing 145-144.

How to watch

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

Lakers versus Warriors injury report

Lakers: Anthony Davis (bilateral Achilles tendinopathy and left hip spasm) is probable, Max Christie (right ankle sprain) and Cam Reddish (right ankle sprain) are questionable and LeBron James (left ankle peroneal tendinopathy), Jarred Vanderbilt (right midfoot sprain), Gabe Vincent (left knee surgery) and Christian Wood (left knee effusion) are out.

Warriors: Gary Payton II (general illness) is questionable and Chris Paul (left hand fracture) is out.

Probable starting lineups

The following were the starting lineups for both teams in their previous game:


  • G – D’Angelo Russell

  • G – Austin Reaves

  • C – Anthony Davis

  • F – Taurean Prince

  • F – Rui Hachimura


  • G – Stephen Curry

  • G – Brandin Podziemski

  • C – Draymond Green

  • F – Andrew Wiggins

  • F – Jonathan Kuminga

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