Comcast SportsNet channel locations: April 11

Comcast SportsNet channel locations: April 11

CHANNEL LISTINGS MONDAY, APRIL 11
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
7:00pm LA Dodgers vs. Giants (with 6:30pm Pregame & 10:00pm Postgame)
Comcast Cable channel 40 (SD), 720 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 770 (SD), 1770 (HD)
Dish Network channel 419 (SDHD)
DirecTV channel 696 (SDHD)

CSN Bay Area Plus
6:00pm Warriors @ Denver Nuggets
Comcast Cable (in the Bay Area) channel 410 (SD), 780 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 771 (SD), 1771 (HD)
Dish Network channel 474 (SD only)
DirecTV channel 697 (SD), 697-1 (HD)

Availability pending NBA territory restrictions

Comcast SportsNet California
7:00pm Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Kings
Comcast Cable (SacramentoCentral Valley) channel 34 (SD) , 721 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 767 (SD), 1767 (HD)
Dish Network channel 409 (SDHD)
DirecTV channel 698 (SDHD)

Availability pending NBA territory restrictions; Cable systems in Non-Kings territory will receive As-White Sox game in full on CSNCA main channel

CSN California Plus
5:00pm As @ Chicago White Sox (with 4:30pm Pregame & 8:00pm postgame)
Comcast Cable (in the Bay Area) channel 41 (SD), 721 (HD)
Comcast Cable (SacramentoCentral Valley) Comcast Hometown Network channel 104 (SD only)
AT&T U-Verse channel 768 (SD), 1768 (HD)
Dish Network channel 475 (SD), 9518 (HD)
DirecTV channel 699 (SD), 699-1 (HD)
Mediacom channel 20 (SD only)
Cable systems in Non-Kings territory will receive As-White Sox game in full on CSNCA main channel

NBA Gameday: Warriors test offense against Clippers' top defense

NBA Gameday: Warriors test offense against Clippers' top defense

LOS ANGELES – In opening a five-game road trip Wednesday night, the Warriors are going right into an NBA war zone they know all too well.

They’re invading Staples Center to face the Los Angeles Clippers.

The teams, along with the San Antonio Spurs, are expected to battle for Western Conference supremacy. The Warriors (18-3) are 12 days removed from overtaking the Clippers (16-6) for sole possession of first place in the Pacific Division. Though LA started fast, winning 14 of 16, it has since lost four of six.

The game is Kevin Durant’s introduction to the agitation that tends to accompany Warriors-Clippers, and he’ll see plenty of LA defensive ace Luc Mbah a Moute.

The Warriors are reuniting with popular former teammate Marreese Speights, who after three seasons in the Bay Area signed with LA in July.

BETTING LINE:
Warriors by 4

MATCHUP TO WATCH:
Stephen Curry vs. Chris Paul. Several matchups deserve attention, but it begins with the two fabulous point guards. Paul’s task is to slow Curry, and he occasionally does. Curry simply wants to make sure Paul doesn’t impose his enough to supervise the action. The winner of this matchup tends to dictate the winner of these games.

LAST 10:
Warriors: 9-1. Clippers: 6-4.

INJURY REPORT:
Warriors: No injuries listed.

Clippers: F Brice Johnson (lower back herniated disc) is listed as out.

ROSTER NOTE:
Warriors C Damian Jones is on assignment with D-League Santa Cruz.

SERIES HISTORY:
The Warriors have won six in a row and seven of the last eight, and are 24-12 over the last nine seasons against the Clippers.

THREE THINGS TO WATCH:
Tests for the best. The Warriors lead the NBA in scoring and overall offensive rating, while the Clippers are tops in overall defensive rating. Conventional wisdom is that good offense beats good defense. It’s certain that each team’s “1” is under the gun.

LA loves charity: No team in the NBA shoots more free throws than the Clippers. The Warriors won’t mind sending DeAndre Jordan to the charity stripe, maybe even intentionally, but they want to avoid fouls that give Jordan’s teammates easy money.

From the jump. While the Warriors are downplaying the significance of the game, the Clippers are not. So LA definitely will make an effort to make a statement in the opening minutes. Will they? And what happens if they don’t? The Warriors will be on alert.

Draymond's thought on Curry's alley-oop to Durant: 'Not about to work'

Draymond's thought on Curry's alley-oop to Durant: 'Not about to work'

With 9:25 remaining in the third quarter on Monday night, Zaza Pachulia and Pacers forward Paul George engaged a jump ball near the basket the Pacers were shooting at.

Pachulia won the toss by tipping the ball back to Draymond Green, who channeled his inner quarterback by throwing the ball down the court to Steph Curry, who promptly tossed the ball backwards for an alley-oop dunk to Kevin Durant.

Is that one of the coolest places Draymond Green has ever been involved in?

"Yeah, that was amazing," Draymond said on 95.7 The Game on Tuesday. "It was funny because before the tip, I looked at Steph and I just gave him a head nod to the left just to take off. And he just shook his head back, so as I soon as I caught it I was already in motion throwing the ball.

"And when I saw him throw it back I'm like, 'Whoa. That's not about to work.' And my man Durantula caught it and that was incredible.

"For Steph to have the mind to throw that pass back like that and for KD -- it was off center, way to the left -- and for him to catch it and dunk that basketball ... that was an incredible play. I couldn't believe it happened."