Golden State is slated to make seven (7) national television appearances this season, with six (6) games scheduled on ESPN’s family of networks and one (1) appearance on TNT. The Warriors’ initial nationally televised game will be ESPN2’s coverage of team’s road game against the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday, November 26. ESPN will also feature Golden State’s home games at Oracle Arena versus the Miami Heat on Friday, December 10; the Portland Trail Blazers on Christmas Night, Saturday, December 25; the Utah Jazz on Sunday, January 30; the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday, February 13; and the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday, March 16. TNT’s exclusive Thursday night coverage will feature Golden State’s home game versus the Phoenix Suns on December 2. Additionally, the Warriors are currently slated to make three appearances on NBATV.
Tip-off time for the majority of Golden State’s home games during the 2010-11 season will be 7:30 p.m., with the exception of four Sunday contests and one special Monday matinee. The team’s two ESPN Sunday home games mentioned above have special start times – 7:00 p.m. on January 30 versus Utah, and 5:00 p.m. on February 13 against Oklahoma City – while the Sunday games on March 13 against the Minnesota Timberwolves and April 10 versus the Sacramento Kings are both scheduled for the team’s traditional Sunday tip-off of 6:00 p.m. The game on Monday, January 17, against the New Jersey Nets starts at 1:00 p.m. as part of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday celebration.
The Warriors will play four of their first five games at home to begin the season before playing 20 of their next 30 contests on the road. Golden State will then play 18 of its next 22 games at Oracle Arena between January 7 and February 25, a stretch that is immediately followed by a season-long seven-game, 11-night road trip between February 27 – March 9.
The lone visit by Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Chris Bosh and the new-look Miami Heat will come on Friday, December 10.
Newly acquired Warrior David Lee will face his old team, the New York Knicks, during their only Bay Area visit on Friday, November 19.
Golden State will host two games against Kobe Bryant and the defending NBA Champion Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday, January 12 and Wednesday, April 6.
The Warriors will host a holiday match-up against Brandon Roy and the Portland Trail Blazers on December 25, marking the team's first home game on Christmas Night since moving to the West Coast.
Golden State’s road schedule consists of one (1) seven-game road trip, two (2) five-game road trips, one (1) four-game trip, two (2) three-game trips, one (1) two-game trip and 12 (5) one-game out-and-back trips.
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