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Warriors Release Preseason Schedule

The Warriors announced an eight-game preseason slate on Thursday, including three at Oracle Arena.

Golden State will open the preseason against the Lakers in Fresno on Oct. 7. The next night, the Warriors will host the Utah Jazz at Oracle Arena.

The Warriors also host Maccabi Haifa on Oct. 11 andPhoenixin the preseason finale on Oct. 23. The regular-season opener is Oct. 31 at Phoenix.

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Here is the full preseason schedule:

Date            Opponent                       Location                                    Time

Oct. 7        Los AngelesLakers      Save Mart Center, Fresno  7 p.m.

Oct. 8        UtahJazz                          Oracle Arena                           7:30 p.m.

Oct. 11      Maccabi Haifa                Oracle Arena                           7:30 p.m.

Oct. 15      Denver Nuggets             Pepsi Center                           6 p.m.

Oct. 17      Sacramento Kings         Power Balance Pavilion    7 p.m.

Oct. 19      Portland Trail Blazers   Rose Garden                         7 p.m.

Oct. 22      Los Angeles Clippers    Staples Center                      7:30 p.m.

Oct. 23      Phoenix Suns                   Oracle Arena                        7:30 p.m.

Marcus Thompson

  • Grey Warden

    Any idea whether these games (some or all of them) will be televised?

  • Niners in 2012

    Lakers always televise their preseason games. I hope Lacob steps up and does the same.

  • Ewok

    Playoff bound? Of course. nothing less than 46 games. It is a realistic expectation…. The team is capable of providing surprises… That’s the main thing. They can surprise offensively, and defensively and i think it will stretch out to more exciting possiblities if we stay healthy….

    If Biedrins comes back to his 07 form, then the possiblities are endless… Realistically, the Warriors will be in serious and realistic contention after they finally dump Biedrins and Jefferson’s contract. These contracts are hugh baggages… Imagine dumping these contracts in favor of new talents… But who knows? If Biedrins and Jefferson step up to what they’re worth.. then the final dance might come a lot sooner.