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How to watch the Warriors vs Mavericks game

Here's how to stream the upcoming game. 

Here's how to stream the upcoming game. 

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The Golden State Warriors (37-36) are in the middle of 1-3 skid during their five-game road trip. The final game of this trip is on Wednesday night when they head to "Big D" to take on the Dallas Mavericks (36-36) in a must-win game that will air on ESPN (streaming with Hulu + Live TV). “Must-win” might sound hyperbolic with 10 games remaining, but the Warriors are currently the 6-seed, and the Mavericks are right on their heels at No. 7.

A loss would put the Warriors at No. 7 and in the play-in tournament, but they’d only be one game clear of 11th place and out of the playoffs entirely. As far as a late-season, must-win game goes, this one checks all of the boxes. The silver lining is that after this game, the Warriors come back to the Bay for a four-game homestand, where they’ve been downright dominant this season.

If you can make the trip to Dallas, tickets to the game are starting at just over $100 at StubHub, with premium seats going for upwards of $1,500. You can also find tickets from Gametime, with a number going for just under $100 at the time of publication.

Golden State Warriors vs Dallas Mavericks Game

How to stream the Warriors vs Mavericks Game 

Even though the game is airing on ESPN, local San Francisco fans will be able to tune in with NBC Sports Bay Area just like every other Warriors game. This also means you can download the NBC Sports app (available from the App Store and Google Play) and tune in via your tablet or smartphone. But if you want to watch this game on the big screen, you’ll need a streaming service with live TV.

Most NBA games are only televised in local markets (like NBC Sports Bay Area), but nationally televised games like this one are always on either ABC, EPSN, or TNT. When you’re an NBA fan shopping for the perfect streaming service, keep that in mind. On top of catching all the Warriors games and big NBA games during the season, you’ll also be able to browse that streaming platform’s library of movies and TV shows.

Here are the best streaming options for not only Warriors fans, but all NBA fans alike:

Hulu + Live TV ($69.99/month; also gives you access to Disney+ and ESPN+)

YouTube TV ($64.99/month after three months at $54.99/month)


FuboTV ($74.99/month with one-week free trial)

Sling TV Orange ($40.00/month with half off the first month)

Paramount+ ($4.99/month with one-week free trial; only for games aired on CBS)


If you want to watch as many NBA games as possible as the race towards the playoffs heats up, check out NBA League Pass, which is $14.99 from now until the end of the season.