Get Golden State Warriors (GSW) vs. Houston Rockets Game 7 live stream details and complete box score, as the Western Conference finals scheduled to be played at the Toyota Center for the 2018 NBA Playoffs. Here is how you can watch Warriors vs. Rockets Game 7 live streaming free online.
The Houston Rockets can dethrone the reigning champion Golden State Warriors with a win at home court on Monday night. Houston set a franchise winning streak with 65 victories in this NBA regular season and concluded with the best record in the league. With that being said, it made them the top-seeder in and earned them home court advantage throughout the 2018 NBA Playoffs. The Rockets emerge significantly huge heading into Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals against Golden State tonight at the Toyota Center in Houston.
[agg-ad id=”434″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”4523″ align=”center”]Houston have one more chance to claim the ticket to the NBA Finals after a 29-point deficit blowout defeat to the Warriors. The Rockets was without their star point guard, Chris Paul, who missed the contest with a right hamstring strain. There were no indications of stoppage in the first half, as Houston led 39-22 after the opening period. The Rockets led by 10 at the second half of the series.
Golden State edged out Houston 33-16 in the third period and never came back. The Warriors turned to Splash Brothers as Klay Thompson drove seven three-points in the second half to help the Warriors fill that deficit. The All Star shooting guard also led the GSW with 35 points. Superstar Stephen Curry chipped in a total of in 29 points for the Game 6.
The Warriors spurned to let their succession wrap up on Friday night, outscoring the Rockets at their home court Oracle Arena in a must-win Game 6 matchup during their Western Conference Finals. That win equalized the series up at 3-3, forcing a decision-time Game 7 to dictate which of these powerhouse teams will move on to the 2018 NBA Finals to battle on the Cleveland Cavaliers tot claim the championship title. This will surely a great and entertaining game and has the potential to wrap up going down as the best of the entire postseason.
[agg-ad id=”834″ align=”center”]Each ball club managed to win a road game in this Western Conference Finals series, so nothing is guaranteed. But the Rockets has to like their opportunities of securing their first NBA Finals berth since 1995. Houston are 7-2 at home court this playoffs.
Chris Paul missed the Game 6 of the series due to a hamstring injury for Rockets. As for the Warriors, forward Andre Iguodala has missed the last three contest due to a bone bruise in his leg. Will they be healthy enough to play in the Game 7? Their availability remains to be determined.
This is the first season the league has forced a Game 7 in each conference final series since dating way back in 1979, when the Bullets and Spurs went the extent in the east and the Sonics and Suns battle for the west.
The Western Conference Finals heads back to Toyota Center as the Rockets looking to wind up the series against Steph Curry and the Warriors, and claim their golden ticket to the 2018 NBA Finals. Here’s what you need to know about Warriors and Rockets going into the Western Conference Finals.
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How To Watch Western Conference Finals Game 7
- Date: Saturday, May 28, 2018
- Start Time: 9 p.m. ET
- Venue: Toyota Center
- Location: Houston, Texas
- TV Channel: TNT
- Live Stream Online:Watch live on FuboTV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. Qualified cable subscribers can also watch Game 7 on TNT Overtime or Watch TNT
Turner Broadcasting System’s TNT hold the exclusive rights to broadcast the Warriors vs. Rockets Game 7 showdown nationally. Fans can watch GSW-Rokcets live stream online via FuboTV (7-Day Free Trial) and Watch TNT. Spectators residing in Houston can listen live on SportsTalk 790. As for Warriors fans in San Francisco Bay area can tune in to 95.7 The Game.
Warriors-Rockets Series Schedule
- Game 1 – Warriors 119, Rockets 106
- Game 2 – Rockets 127, Warriors 105
- Game 3 – Warriors 126, Rockets 85
- Game 4 – Rockets 95, Warriors 92
- Game 5 – Rockets 98, Warriors 94
- Game 6 – Warriors 115, Rockets 86
- Game 7 in Houston: Monday, May 28, 9 p.m. ET (TNT)