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PG | Stephen Curry 

SG | Andrew Wiggins 

SF | Jordan Poole 

PF | Draymond Green 

C | Damion Lee 



PG | Damian Lillard 

SG | CJ McCollum 

SF | Norman Powell 

PF | Robert Covington 

C | Jusuf Nurkic 

For the first time this season, the Portland Trail Blazers will face off against the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors are feeling really good as they have not lost a single match this week with a 5-straight winning streak. Of course, unstoppable Warriors are looking for their 6th-straight win this week as the Trail Blazers will pay them a visit at the Chase Center, San Francisco, California, this November 27. Will the Warriors get their 6th win at their hometown? Or will the Trail Blazers break the record? 

Even without their five-time All-Star, Klay Thompson, the Warriors are looking pretty dominant this season. There is no doubt that the Warriors are one of the best teams in the NBA at the moment. Boasting a seasonal score of 16-2, the team is still on fire as they have not lost a single match this week. Although it was recently announced that Thompson was officially cleared to fully practice, he would still not be able to play for their upcoming game against the Trail Blazers or any other team until the end of the year because Thompson wants to train more so that he can play his best form like before he got injured. 

The Trail Blazers (10-9), on the other hand, had one of the most confusing starts in this season. The main reason was that their All-Star player, Damian Lillard, got off to a bad start, which affected the whole team's performance, resulting in win-loss situations. However, the team is finally showing better form and performance in their recent games, and Lillard has finally found his footing and is now playing significantly better than at the start of the season.  

The Trail Blazers won four-straight games until the Sacramento Kings beat them at 125-121 last November 24. Although the Trail Blazers had a disappointing loss against the Sacramento Kings, the Trail Blazers had an excellent performance nonetheless, with Lillard having the highest score at 32 points at the game. He averages at 26 points, 7 assists, and 4 rebounds every game on 47% shooting from the field and 41% shooting from a 3-point range. 

The Trail Blazers are capable of challenging the Warriors because of their offensive firepower. However, one of Portland's problems is their defensive end at the point of attack. If Lillard is not prepared at the point of attack, he will never score enough to beat their opponents. The Trail Blazers must do everything they can to defend themselves from the offensive attacks of the Warriors. 

This is gonna be an exciting match as we finally get to watch two of the best point guards in the NBA league. Watch as Stephen Curry, and Damian Lillard lead their teams against each other. However, I'm all in for the Golden State Warriors to win because the team has an excellent defense and ball movement, which could earn them a dominant win over Trail Blazer's weak defense. But hey, we'll never know what might happen, so stay tuned! 

Saturday, 11/27/21, 11:00 AM (PHT) at the Chase Center, San Francisco, California. 


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