On Sunday morning as United States citizens are waking up, the Golden State Warriors and Minnesota Timberwolves will be playing an NBA preseason game in China. The two teams met in Shenzhen, China several days ago, but will now hit the hardwood in Shanghai for their second exhibition game. Here are the latest Warriors vs. Timberwolves game preview with the point spread, over/under total, game time, channel, and live stream feed options.

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These two teams met up just a few days ago with the Minnesota Timberwolves grabbing a 111-97 victory.

The winning effort was led by Karl-Anthony Towns and Jimmy Butler who each scored 16 points. Butler had five rebounds and four assists, while Towns grabbed eight boards and dished out three assists. Andrew Wiggins scored 14 while Taj Gibson added 13 in the win. That put Minnesota at 2-0 so far for their preseason record.

That loss was Golden State's second of the preseason and they're currently at 0-2 overall. The exhibition games are mostly a way to test out different players or lineups on the court ahead of the regular season. In the loss to Minnesota, most of the Warriors' stars played at least 24 minutes, but Steph Curry and Klay Thompson combined for just 27 points on 10-for-18 shooting.

Kevin Durant had 20 points in the losing effort. The Warriors previously lost to Paul Millsap and the Denver Nuggets in their first preseason game, but will likely be fine to start the regular season.

In terms of odds to win Sunday's preseason game, the Golden State Warriors have the edge. Vegas Insider lists them as 4-1/2-point favorites to win as of this report.

The over/under points total is at 216-1/2 points for the complete game in China.

How to watch it live

Sunday morning's Golden State Warriors vs. Minnesota Timberwolves game is scheduled for a 7 a.m. Eastern Time start. Live televised game coverage is available on NBATV across the nation. While there is no official NBATV streaming website or apps, it may be available for streaming through select cable and satellite TV providers.

There are also two subscription services that offer NBATV for live streaming online. One of these is SlingTV with the "Sling Orange" package plus the "Sports Extra" package. Customers can sign up for a one-week free trial at Sling.com website. Another service is fuboTV which offers NBATV as part of its main channel lineup. This service is also available on a one-week free trial via the fubo TV website.