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How to get tickets to the Warriors vs 76ers game—or watch it from anywhere

SF Gate 3/23/2023 Andrew Koopman

The Golden State Warriors (38-36) recorded back-to-back road wins after beating the Dallas Mavericks 127-125 on Wednesday night. Fortunately, that was the end of the last extended road-stretch of the season for the Warriors where they’ve gone a measly 9-29. Now they get to have their last extended homestand, starting with the Philadelphia 76ers (49-23), who come to the Chase Center for tip-off Friday night at 7:00 p.m. Pacific.

The Warriors have been dominant at home, recording a 29-7 record. With Warriors superstar guard Steph Curry and 76ers stars Joel Embiid and James Harden all expected to return to the court Friday, this game is as star-studded as it gets. Whether you want to grab last-minute tickets to join them in the arena or stream it from your cellphone across the country, here's how to catch all of the action.

Golden State Warriors vs. Philadelphia 76ers

  • When: Friday, March 24, 7:00 p.m. PST
  • Where: Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
  • TV: NBA TV & NBC Sports Bay Area (both available on FuboTV)
  • Radio: 95.7 The Game

How to get last-minute tickets to see the Warriors vs. the 76ers

At the time of publication, the cheapest Warriors-76ers tickets are available from Ticketmaster, where they start at $134 each for sections in the 200s. You can also find affordable Warriors tickets on Stubhub and GameTime for a smidge more than Ticketmaster. While these seats aren’t exactly front row viewing, it still gets you in-person to see Steph do what Steph does.

If you want to get down and dirty and get as close to the action as possible, courtside tickets will cost you about $6,000 for a pair before adding in taxes and fees. Sure, you might be able to buy a cheap little used car instead, but it’s not often you get the chance to see Steph Curry up close and personal. 

How to watch Warriors vs 76ers from within the Bay Area

For locals here in Northern California, it’ll be easy to tune into with NBC Sports Bay Area, which is available with most basic cable packages. If you don’t have cable, or if your cable package doesn’t include NBC Sports Bay Area, you’ll need to upgrade to a streaming service. FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTubeTV all include the channel, but there's a catch: NBC Sports Bay Area is only available on those streaming services if you're also in the region. You can check your zip code at any of those services to see if NBC Sports Bay Area is included in your location. 

FuboTV ($74.99/month with one-week free trial)

Hulu + Live TV ($69.99/month; also gives you access to Disney+ and ESPN+)

YouTube TV ($64.99/month after three months at $54.99/month)

How to watch Warriors vs 76ers from outside the Bay Area

Even though these are two of the league’s top teams and this game will be littered with stars, it’s not going to be nationally televised on the standard networks (ABC, ESPN, or TNT). If you're outside of the Bay Area, the best way to watch the game will be on NBA TV, which allows you to watch from anywhere using the credentials of your existing cable network. No cable? Go for the NBA League Pass, which is available as a channel on FuboTV or direct from the league itself.

FuboTV ($74.99/month with one-week free trial)

NBA League Pass ($14.99/month)

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