Golden State will look to sweep their second-straight opponent in the 2017 NBA Playoffs as they'll visit the Utah Jazz Monday night. It's Game 4 of the series in which the Warriors have dominated. Utah showed some signs of life in Game 3 and even had a lead, but found that once again the star power of the Warriors, including their newest star Kevin Durant, was way too much. Durant led all Warriors players in the Game 3 win, while Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry struggled a bit. Now it's up to Gordon Hayward and company to try to stave off elimination at home.

Here is the latest Warriors vs. Jazz NBA Playoffs game preview, including matchup odds, as well as how to watch it live on TV or streaming online.

Game preview & odds

In Game 3, it was the Kevin Durant show, as the man who arrived from Oklahoma City during the offseason stepped up while his "Splash Brothers" teammates were having an off-day. Durant finished with 38 points on 15-for-26 shooting in the team's 102-91 win. Curry still finished with 23 points, but teammate Klay Thompson had just six on a bad 1-for-9 shooting day. They'll try to bounce back in this fourth game to close out the series.

Meanwhile, Gordon Hayward and Rudy Gobert were among the bright spots for the Jazz and could lead them to a "must-win" victory.

Hayward finished with 29 points on 7-for-18 shooting in Game 3, while Gobert had 21 points and a game-high 15 boards. All of Utah's starters finished in double-digits, but they'll still need even more to grab a home win tonight.

The Warriors enter tonight's game as road favorites with 8.5 points in their favor on the spread.

The moneyline has Golden State at -450, while the Utah Jazz are +375 underdogs. The over/under points total is at 206.5 points for the entire game. Utah is just 8-15 against the spread as the underdog and 17-23-1 ATS at home, while Golden State is 41-37-1 as the favorite this past season, and 22-19 ATS on the road.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz Game 4 is scheduled for 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage is available on the TNT network. Live streaming is available through the TNTDrama website or compatible TNT apps. There's also live streaming for free for any new customers who sign up to SlingTV's online channel service.

If a Game 5 is necessary, it takes place back at Oracle Arena, giving Golden State a home game to win the series. That game is scheduled for Wednesday with TNT providing the live telecast, but no time is set for the matchup yet.