The Warriors vs. Rockets live stream and TV coverage for Game 4 arrives Monday night as Golden State is just one win away from a trip to the NBA Finals. Right now they have been able to keep Houston deflated, as the Rockets suffered two close losses followed by a dominant Game 3. Now Stephen Curry, Klay Thomspon and the Warriors look to close out James Harden and the Rockets. Monday’s 2015 NBA Playoffs live streaming online and televised game coverage comes from TNT Networks.
The USA Today site reported on May 25 that Golden State took Game 3 by a final of 115-80, crushing the Rockets on their home court. Curry led his team in scoring with 40 points including seven 3-point shots. Those three-pointers also gave Curry an impressive record, as he now has the most threes in postseason history, surpassing previous record holder Reggie Miller. It was another impressive night for the current NBA MVP as he looks to lead his team to the NBA Championship. If he does, it makes for the first trip to the Finals for Golden State since they won it all back in 1975.
On the opposing side, Houston had a dismal night of shooting with just 33.7 percent of their shots hit from the field. James Harden had only 17 points on 3-of-16 shooting, while Dwight Howard had 14 points and 14 boards for the losing team. Now Harden, Howard and the rest of Houston will have to make a historic run in order to get to the NBA Finals. No team in the history of the league has managed to come back in a best-of-seven series when they were down 0-3. Houston was down 1-3 to the Clippers and managed to fight back, but this latest opponent seems to be on a different level.
For tonight’s matchup, sports books have the Warriors as high as 5-point favorites in terms of the spread to win it. For moneyline wagers, Golden State is priced at -200 compared to Houston at +170. Tonight’s over/under points total is set at 213 points for the game at many sports books. Right now, it appears a collision course between Golden State and Cleveland is going to happen in the championship series, as both teams are one win away from closing out their series in a clean sweep.
Monday night’s Warriors vs. Rockets Game 4 has a scheduled start time of 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Live television coverage is available from TNT around the United States. Cable and satellite customers can also watch the live streaming feed on the TNT Drama site, while there are also live feeds from around the court for everyone to watch at TNT Overtime. Sling TV customers can also watch it live streaming with their preferred device. Audio commentary is available for Sirius XM subscribers on channels 83, 85 and 207 starting at 8:30 p.m. EST.