Warriors vs Clippers

Warriors vs Clippers: The Golden State Warriors look to take a commanding lead in their first-round 2019 NBA Playoffs series against the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night in Oracle Arena at 10:30 p.m. ET.

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:Match Info:
Event: NBA Basketball
Team: Warriors vs Clippers
Date: Monday, April 15, 2019
Game Time: 08:30 p.m. ET

Warriors will win Round 1 of NBA playoffs, but Clippers will go down fighting originally appeared on it needs a compelling cause or someone to stand up and start a fire. Say no more. Beverley carries a jug of kerosene everywhere he goes.

The bowlegged 6-foot-1 guard used his matchstick disposition Saturday in Game 1 to constantly scratch at Kevin Durant’s pride and patience, raising the intensity to such a degree that lead official Ed Malloy eventually felt it wise to send both to the showers.

The 2019 NBA Playoffs continue Monday with a pair of exciting games. The action starts up with an Eastern Conference affair when the Brooklyn Nets take on the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 2 of a series that Brooklyn surprisingly leads.

The Nets parlayed a 26-point outing from star guard D’Angelo Russell into a 111-102 road victory in the postseason opener on Saturday, stealing home-court advantage away and putting the Sixers in a must-win situation tonight. The double-header concludes with, The Dubs opened the playoffs with a 121-104 statement win and look poised to go up 2-0 at Oracle Arena this evening.

Here’s a look at the complete schedule, start times, TV channels, live stream sites, updated odds and pro predictions for Monday’s 2019 NBA Playoff games, as well as all the results from this weekend’s postseason action and the updated NBA playoff bracket:

The Warriors can make it quite a celebration Sunday if they can beat the Clippers since it would also clinch the No. 1 seed throughout the Western Conference playoffs. The Warriors have three games left to either win once or have the Nuggets lose once to assure themselves of the top seed.

The Warriors will play their final two regular season games on the road, beginning with Tuesday’s game in New Orleans before finishing in Memphis before the playoffs begin next weekend.