Early Thursday morning, NBA fans who are still awake will be able to watch televised and live streaming coverage of the Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Golden State Warriors. The two teams are currently in Shenzhen, China for an NBA preseason match-up. It features the newest stars of the Timberwolves, Jimmy Butler and Jeff Teague, as they get some exhibition action against the NBA Champions. Here's the latest Timberwolves vs. Warriors preview with the point spread, over/under total, game time, TV Channel, and how to watch it live.

NBA game preview

Tonight's game marks the second of the preseason for both teams. The Minnesota Timberwolves are 1-0 to start their exhibition games after defeating Lonzo Ball and the L.A.

Lakers in their opener. Jimmy Butler had 10 points in his debut while Jeff Teague had 11 in the Minnesota win. The other new member of Minnesota, Taj Gibson, finished with 18 points on 6-for-12 shooting to go with nine boards. Karl Anthony Towns scored 15 points and pulled down six rebounds.

The Golden State Warriors fell to the Denver Nuggets 108-102 in their first NBA preseason game so far. The Warriors' all-Star players had mediocre games with Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson each scoring 10 points. Stephen Curry had 11 points while Draymond Green finished with just four but had eight rebounds and four assists in the losing effort. All of that said, it's still just preseason and this team is considered the favorites to repeat as NBA Champions in the coming season.

The Golden State Warriors are tonight's favorites with Vegas Insider listing them as six-point favorites on the point spread.

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The game's over/under points total is at 220 to 221-1/2 for the complete game in China.

How to watch it live

The NBA preseason game featuring the Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Golden State Warriors is scheduled to begin at 2 a.m. Eastern Time or 11 p.m. Pacific Time. That makes for a 2 p.m. local time start in Shenzhen, China. Live televised game coverage is on the NBATV channel across the United States.There is no regional television coverage of these two teams.

For live streaming, some cable and satellite companies may offer their customers the ability to live stream all of the channels they currently get. Otherwise, fuboTV and SlingTV are two channel streaming services which offer NBATV. FuboTV viewers will find NBATV included, while on SlingTV customers will need to select the "Sports Extra" channels to go with the Sling Orange package. See more details at the Sling.com and fubo.TV websites for how to sign up and enjoy these subscription services.