NBA News: Warriors' Starting Lineup Without Steph Curry Against Pelicans

The Golden State Warriors face the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday evening.
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The Golden State Warriors are currently the eighth seed in the Western Conference, and as it stands on Friday, they would play the seventh seed Los Angeles Lakers in the first game of the NBA's new play-in tournament.

On Friday, they are playing host to the New Orleans Pelicans and will be without many key players. The full starting lineup of the Warriors can be seen in a post from FantasyLabs NBA below.

Earlier in the day on Friday, the Atheltic's Anthony Slater reported that they would be without Steph Curry, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins due to rest.

"Steph Curry, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins are out tonight against the Pelicans, per source. Banged up at the end of a long season and no stakes on the line. Memphis resting all their main guys tonight, as well. Both teams gearing up for Sunday's finale." Slater Tweeted on Friday.

The Warriors are 1-point favorites, according to FanDuel.

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