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NBA 2022-23 Golden State Warriors Full schedule and Key Games

The NBA has released the schedule for the 2022-23 season and the Golden State Warriors remain a fixture to open the new season. Check out the NBA 2022-23 Warriors full schedule and Key games.

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Last updated: 28.09.2022
NBA 2022-23 Golden State Warriors Full schedule and Key Games

The NBA has officially unveiled the 2022-23 regular season schedule, highlighted by the defending champion Golden State Warriors receiving their rings on opening night.

Golden State will look to run it back this season, albeit without some noteworthy contributors from their championship run.

Gary Payton II, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Bjelica, and Juan Toscano-Anderson all departed in the offseason. Golden State did re-sign big man Kevon Looney to a three-year, $25.5 million contract to help keep the championship core intact.

In order to address the other departures, the Warriors signed veteran wing Donte DiVincenzo and agreed to terms with JaMychal Green in the offseason.

Full Schedule:

Date

Time

Opponent

Home/Away

Tue Oct 18

7:00 pm PT

Lakers

home

Fri Oct 21

7:00 pm PT

Nuggets

home

Sun Oct 23

5:30 pm PT

Kings

home

Tue Oct 25

7:00 pm PT

Suns

away

Thu Oct 27

7:00 pm PT

Heat

home

Sat Oct 29

4:00 pm PT

Hornets

away

Sun Oct 30

3:00 pm PT

Pistons

away

Tue Nov 1

4:30 pm PT

Heat

away

Thu Nov 3

4:00 pm PT

Magic

away

Fri Nov 4

5:30 pm PT

Pelicans

away

Mon Nov 7

7:00 pm PT

Kings

home

Fri Nov 11

7:00 pm PT

Cavaliers

home

Sun Nov 13

6:00 pm PT

Kings

away

Mon Nov 14

7:00 pm PT

Spurs

home

Wed Nov 16

7:00 pm PT

Suns

away

Fri Nov 18

7:00 pm PT

Knicks

home

Sun Nov 20

4:00 pm PT

Rockets

away

Mon Nov 21

5:00 pm PT

Pelicans

away

Wed Nov 23

7:00 pm PT

Clippers

home

Fri Nov 25

7:00 pm PT

Jazz

home

Sun Nov 27

12:30 pm PT

Timberwolves

away

Tue Nov 29

4:30 pm PT

Mavericks

away

Fri Dec 2

7:00 pm PT

Bulls

home

Sat Dec 3

5:30 pm PT

Rockets

home

Mon Dec 5

7:00 pm PT

Pacers

home

Wed Dec 7

6:00 pm PT

Jazz

away

Sat Dec 10

5:30 pm PT

Celtics

home

Tue Dec 13

4:30 pm PT

Bucks

away

Wed Dec 14

4:00 pm PT

Pacers

away

Fri Dec 16

4:30 pm PT

76ers

away

Sun Dec 18

3:00 pm PT

Raptors

away

Tue Dec 20

4:30 pm PT

Knicks

away

Wed Dec 21

4:30 pm PT

Nets

away

Sun Dec 25

5:00 pm PT

Grizzlies

home

Tue Dec 27

7:00 pm PT

Hornets

home

Wed Dec 28

7:00 pm PT

Jazz

home

Fri Dec 30

7:00 pm PT

Trail Blazers

home

Sun Jan 2

7:00 pm PT

Hawks

home

Tue Jan 4

7:00 pm PT

Pistons

home

Fri Jan 7

5:30 pm PT

Magic

home

Mon Jan 10

7:00 pm PT

Suns

home

Thu Jan 13

4:30 pm PT

Spurs

away

Sat Jan 15

12:30 pm PT

Bulls

away

Sun Jan 16

12:00 pm PT

Wizards

away

Wed Jan 19

4:30 pm PT

Celtics

away

Thu Jan 20

4:30 pm PT

Cavaliers

away

Sat Jan 22

5:30 pm PT

Nets

home

Tue Jan 25

7:00 pm PT

Grizzlies

home

Thu Jan 27

7:00 pm PT

Raptors

home

Sun Jan 30

5:00 pm PT

Thunder

away

Tue Feb 1

5:00 pm PT

Timberwolves

away

Wed Feb 2

6:00 pm PT

Nuggets

away

Fri Feb 4

5:30 pm PT

Mavericks

home

Sun Feb 6

7:00 pm PT

Thunder

home

Tue Feb 8

7:00 pm PT

Trail Blazers

away

Fri Feb 11

5:30 pm PT

Lakers

home

Sun Feb 13

7:00 pm PT

Wizards

home

Mon Feb 14

7:00 pm PT

Clippers

away

Wed Feb 23

7:00 pm PT

Lakers

away

Thu Feb 24

7:00 pm PT

Rockets

home

Sat Feb 26

4:30 pm PT

Timberwolves

home

Mon Feb 28

7:00 pm PT

Trail Blazers

home

Wed Mar 2

7:00 pm PT

Clippers

home

Thu Mar 3

7:00 pm PT

Pelicans

home

Sat Mar 5

12:30 pm PT

Lakers

away

Mon Mar 7

5:00 pm PT

Thunder

away

Wed Mar 9

7:00 pm PT

Grizzlies

away

Fri Mar 11

5:30 pm PT

Bucks

home

Sun Mar 13

7:00 pm PT

Suns

home

Tue Mar 15

7:00 pm PT

Clippers

away

Thu Mar 17

4:30 pm PT

Hawks

away

Fri Mar 18

5:00 pm PT

Grizzlies

away

Sun Mar 20

5:00 pm PT

Rockets

away

Tue Mar 22

4:30 pm PT

Mavericks

away

Thu Mar 24

7:00 pm PT

76ers

home

Sat Mar 26

5:30 pm PT

Timberwolves

home

Mon Mar 28

7:00 pm PT

Pelicans

home

Thu Mar 31

7:00 pm PT

Spurs

home

Sat Apr 2

5:30 pm PT

Nuggets

away

Mon Apr 4

7:00 pm PT

Thunder

home

Thu Apr 7

7:00 pm PT

Kings

away

Sat Apr 9

12:30 pm PT

Trail Blazers

away


 

Key Games:  

October 18th - Los Angeles Lakers

While it would be a stretch to call the Lakers contenders at this point - a big stretch - the fact remains that if LeBron James and Anthony Davis are fit and ready to go, this will be an intense affair. There is of course the unlikely possibility that we could see Russell Westbrook - assuming he stays - regain the form that brought him to LA in the first place, but what’s more probable is that Curry and Co. once again rain on the Lakers parade.

October 25th - Phoenix Suns

Without doubt, all eyes will be on Curry and Chris Paul when the Dubs travel to Phoenix. There are those who give Paul the nod when it comes to the best point guard out there, but we’re willing to bet that Curry will point to his six NBA Finals appearances and four rings. To add further context to this one, is the fact that though they were ranked No. 1 overall last season, The Suns didn’t even make it to the Conference Finals. Rest assured, if there is one team that’s equipped to handle the Warriors it’s the Suns. With the likes of Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton and Mikel Bridges, expect fireworks in this one.

November 4th - New Orleans Pelicans

With Zion Williamson set to make his long-awaited return to the court, Brandon Ingram on the verge of genuine greatness and CJ McCollum happily on the roster, the Pelicans may well be the best young team in the league. The Pelicans have a decent coach in Willie Green and should be confident ahead of their date with the Warriors, but also about their chances for this season as a whole. Can they return to the playoffs for a second year running? We think they can.

November 23rd - Los Angeles Clippers

If there is one thing we can say about this contest, it’s that there is no love lost between the two teams. During the 2010s the Clippers were basically THE rival of the Warriors. A team that had championship aspirations back in 2019, the Clippers will be looking to show they aren’t an ‘also competed’ team. Indeed, with the return of top tier talent like Kawhi Leonard and the presence of Paul George and newly acquired John Wall, the Clippers could well be the biggest threat to the Warriors in the Western Conference this season.

November 27th - Minnesota Timberwolves

The T’Wolves are an interesting bunch. With an equal record of 5-5 against the Warriors across their last 10 games, this is a team that can most definitely compete with the defending champions. Anthony Edwards is about to be an NBA All-Star and there are the other usual suspects like Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell, but then they’ve also recently added Rudy Gobert so that’s all to say, keep an eye on these boys.

December 10th - Boston Celtics

The game we all want to see. A rematch of last season’s Finals, expect this one to be every bit as contentious as the ones we witnessed just a few months ago. One can imagine that the Warriors have not forgotten when Grant Williams said they “were not the better team.” As Curry, Thompson and Green have shown us time and time again, they don’t take disrespect lightly so the smart money would be on a repeat of what the Warriors served to the Celtics not too long ago.

December 13th - Milwaukee Bucks

A statement. That’s what either team will be hoping to make when they face off in December. The Bucks will no doubt still be sore after missing out on last season’s Finals following a 7-game thriller which they lost to the Celtics. With star Khris Middleton now back in the mix and Giannis still as he always is, this could well be one of the most intriguing games of the season. That is until they square off against each other once again when March rolls around next year.

December 16th - Philadelphia 76ers

Let’s be honest here, the Sixers have all the makings of a championship contender. Joel Embiid needs no introduction, Tyrese Maxey is as good as any combo guard in the league, Tobias Harris can manufacture points from all over the court and then there is ‘The Beard’ himself, James Harden. Now more committed than ever, Harden has made it clear that he intends to improve his fitness. Should that be the case then we know what he’s capable of. All things considered, this could be one of the biggest games of the season.

December 21st - Brooklyn Nets

On the one side the Warriors will be approaching this one with a ‘business as usual’ attitude. Afterall not only did Curry post 37 against the Nets last season in what turned out to be a clinic, but the team as whole shot 51.9% from the field. That’s without mentioning the sensational job they did on defense, limiting Kevin Durant and Harden to just 12-of-32 shooting between them. Yet, we’ve got the other side and that’s to say the Nets will be looking to reestablish themselves as the team many believed would go to the Finals. At this point, it’s more a question of which Nets team will face the Warriors with the likes of Kyrie Irving and KD still the subject of trade rumors.

December 25th (Christmas Day) - Memphis Grizzlies

So, you want a rivalry? Look no further than the boys out of Memphis. Ja Morant and Co. have put the league on notice with their high flying, defensive pestering, trash talking game and in many ways the league hasn’t had a response. Add to the mix, the fact that Memphis went to the playoffs at the Warriors expense back in 2021, only to have the Warriors return the favor this last post season and you’ve got yourself a proper pressure cooker. Of course, we didn’t even mention the heated exchanges that took place during the series that the Warriors eventually won. It’s most definitely fitting that these two will face each other on Christmas Day, so eat, drink, be merry and then settle down in front of the TV for what’s sure to be an epic game.

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