Warriors vs. Mavericks Game 4 Live Stream: Where To Watch Mavs vs. Warriors Game 4 Live Online
Warriors vs. Mavericks: How to watch live stream, TV channel, NBA start time
The Golden State Warriors host the Dallas Mavericks in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals!
The Golden State Warriors lock horns with the Dallas Mavericks in Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference Finals at Chase Center on Friday. Tipoff is at 9 p.m. ET.
The Golden State Warriors' homestand continues as they prepare to take on the Dallas Mavericks at 9 p.m. ET May 20 at Chase Center. Golden State will be strutting in after a win while Dallas will be stumbling in from a loss.
The Warriors are hoping for another victory. They made easy work of Dallas on Wednesday and carried off a 112-87 win. The matchup was all but wrapped up at the end of the third, by which point the Dubs had established an 88-69 advantage. The top scorers for Golden State were point guard Stephen Curry (21 points), small forward Andrew Wiggins (19 points), and shooting guard Jordan Poole (19 points).
Golden State is expected to win this handily, but they should have beaten the Indiana Pacers Jan. 20 easily too and instead slipped up with a 121-117. In other words, don't count the Mavericks out just yet.
Can the Mavs rebound to make it 1-1, or will Golden State take a 2-0 lead? We’re about to find out. From start time to live stream info, here’s how to watch Game 4 of the Warriors-Mavericks series live online.
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Game 4 of the 2022 NBA Western Conference Finals is at Golden State’s Chase Center. The winner of the best-of-seven series between the Warriors and Mavericks will progress to the NBA Finals.
The Golden State Warriors came out and made a statement in their Game 1 demolition of the Dallas Mavericks.
Interestingly, Golden State did the most damage on the defensive end of the floor while holding Luka Doncic to just 20 points on 6-of-18 shooting. The Warriors contested everything, with Andrew Wiggins and Draymond Green doing the most damage on Doncic.
According to ESPN, Golden State held Doncic to just 16.7 percent shooting on contested field-goal attempts, a career playoff low for the Slovenian.
Steve Kerr will be aware that holding a player of Doncic's quality to those numbers again will be a tough task, but the Warriors will be looking to take a commanding 2-0 lead in this series.
For the Mavericks, Jason Kidd will have some adjustments to make on both ends of the floor. Offensively, he'll need to figure out a way to break through the Dubs' defense and get into the paint. In Game 1, they attempted 48 3-pointers, connecting on just 11.
On the defensive end, Kidd will now have to scheme differently and learn how to defend space better, for the Warriors are a much better 3-point shooting team than the Suns.
Here's everything you need to know about Game 4 between the Warriors and Mavericks, including the TV channel and start time.
Stephen Curry scored 21 points and pulled in a game-high 12 rebounds and Luka Doncic was held to 20 points on 6 for 18 shooting as the Warriors cruised to a 112-87 Game 1 victory. Spencer Dinwiddie and Jalen Brunson added 17 and 14 points, respectively, but Golden State’s home-court advantage was just too much for Dallas to handle. The Mavs lost their previous Game 1 matchups against the Jazz and Suns, while Golden State has led 1-0 in each round of the 2022 playoffs.
Mavericks vs. Warriors
Date: Friday, May 24
Start time: 9:00 PM ET
TV channel: TNT
Live stream: Watch TNT, TNT App
The Mavericks held their own for the first half despite missing a few open threes, but everything fell apart in the third quarter. Dallas got smoked on both ends of the floor and failed to get back into the game offensively. Luka Doncic will need to be better offensively after going 6-18 in Game 1 for the Mavericks to have a chance to get a 1-1 split.
Golden State’s postseason has been full of inconsistent play, and that was on display in Game 1. The Warriors looked completely out of sorts for the first half before becoming a machine in the third quarter. Stephen Curry had a strong game with 21 points and 12 rebounds, while Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Poole provided strong complementary play. The Warriors hope to go up 2-0 in this series Friday.
Dallas, meanwhile, ended the regular season as the No. 4 seed in the West. The Mavericks started the NBA Playoffs without Doncic, as he was sidelined with a calf injury for two first-round games. The Mavericks still throttled the Jazz in the first round, though, winning in six games. They then took their game to another level in the second round, beating the top-seeded Suns in seven games. GET4