Warriors vs Magic Tuesday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors (47-24) will take on Franz Wagner and the Orlando Magic (19-53) in part of the NBA Tuesday slate.

Coming off a 90-85 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Orlando Magic will look to begin a winning streak for the second time this month. Wendell Carter Jr. led the way in that game with 30 points and 16 rebounds.

The Warriors have lost two consecutive games with their last outing being a 110-108 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. Jordan Poole (28) and Klay Thompson (24) combined for 52 points.

The top storyline in this game will be the Warriors’ ability to stay afloat without Stephen Curry in the lineup as they seek to defeat one of the NBA’s worst teams. Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, and Draymond Green could all benefit from finding a rhythm during the stretch-run.

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Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Golden State Warriors vs Orlando Magic:

How to Watch Golden State Warriors vs Orlando Magic

Date: Tuesday, March 22

Time: 7:00 PM ET

Location: Amway Center in Orlando, FL

TV Channel: Bally Sports Florida (Magic) and NBC Sports Bay Area (Warriors)

Injury Report for Golden State Warriors vs Orlando Magic

Golden State Warriors Injury Report: OUT: Stephen Curry (left foot sprain), Andre Iguodala (low back tightness), James Wiseman (right knee injury management)

QUESTIONABLE: Moses Moody (right shoulder soreness)

PROBABLE: Andrew Wiggins (left knee contusion)

Orlando Magic Injury Report: OUT: Jalen Suggs (right ankle bone bruise), Jonathan Isaac (left knee injury recovery), Bol Bol (right foot surgery)

Projected Starting Lineups for Golden State Warriors vs Orlando Magic

Golden State Warriors Projected Starting Lineup: G Jordan Poole, G Klay Thompson, F Andrew Wiggins, F Draymond Green, C Kevon Looney

Orlando Magic Projected Starting Lineup: G Cole Anthony, G RJ Hampton, F Franz Wagner, F Wendell Carter Jr., C Mo Bamba

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