Game Preview: Warriors vs. New Orleans Pelicans – 1/10/24

Ending a seven-game homestand with a unique start time
The Warriors will conclude their longest homestand of the season against the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday at the Chase Center. Note that the game will have a special tipoff time of 5:30pm (PST). to accommodate a national television schedule, and the first 10,000 fans in attendance will receive a Warriors crossbody bag. Ampm. The Warriors are 2-4 on the homestand and will be looking to bounce back from Sunday's loss to the visiting Raptors.

Warriors vs. Pelicans
January 10 | Note: 5:30 p.m
Watch: Local (NBCSBA), National (ABC)
Listen to: 95.7 The Game, Warriors Mobile App and Warriors Radio Network
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Last time
Klay Thompson scored 25 points and hit five 3-pointers in the Warriors' 133-118 loss to the Toronto Raptors at Chase Center on Sunday. Thompson led the Warriors in points (25), field goals (10) and 3-pointers (5). The Warriors cut a 27-point deficit to within nine at one point, but couldn't close the gap any further. » Full game review

Golden State Warriors Highlights vs. Toronto Raptors

17-19 22-15
12th in the West 7th in the west
PTS: 117.1 (9th) PTS: 115.8 (12th)
REB: 46.4 (T-3rd) REB: 44.5 (9th)
AST: 28.1 (6th) AST: 26.5 (12th)

GSW: City Edition
NOP: Report version

Previous game starters
GSW: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Jonathan Cuminga and Trace Jackson-Davis
NOP: CJ McCollum, Herbert Jones, Brandon Ingram, Trey Murphy III and Jonas Valanciunas

Injury & Roster Notes
GSW: Chris Paul (fractured left hand), Draymond Green (return to competition conditioning) and Gary Payton II (sore left hamstring) are out. Group notes
NOP: Sione Williamson (right quad contusion) and Jose Alvarado (non-Covid illness) are also out. Kira Lewis Jr. (G-League on assignment), Matt Ryan (right elbow surgery) and Derian Seabron (G-League two-way) are out. Group notes

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Draymond Green is ramping up for a comeback
Draymond Green played in his first Warriors game in nearly a month on Sunday, rejoining the team after a 12-game suspension. Green has been working to get back on-court, participating in team workouts and picking up his conditioning to make sure he's ready to compete. He has been sidelined since December 12 against the Phoenix Suns. The trio of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Green are one win away from their 400th win, and are the 13th trio in NBA history to accomplish that feat.

Warriors Talk: Draymond Green – 1/9/24

PTS: Curry (27.1) PTS: Ingram (22.3)
REB: Looney (7.2) REB: Valencian (9.8)
AST: Milk (7.2) AST: Ingram (5.5)

New Orleans Scouting Report
The New Orleans Pelicans have won five of their last six games, including a 33-point victory over the Sacramento Kings to open a five-game West Coast road trip. The Pelicans have seven scorers averaging double figures, including three averaging at least 20 points per game – Brandon Ingram (22.3 ppg), Zion Williamson (21.8 ppg), and CJ McCollum (20.0 ppg).

Offensively, New Orleans has successfully created free throw attempts (25.3 FTAs ​​per game, 5th) but has been very effective at converting those opportunities (76.7 FT%, t-24th). Defensively, their strength is forcing turnovers, ranking second in the league in steals per game (8.4).

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