Warriors release 2022-23 season schedule

Warriors release 2022-23 season schedule

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It seems it was only yesterday that the Warriors were parading down Market Street after winning their fourth NBA title in eight seasons.

Since then the Warriors have already lost some key members of that championship squad and replaced them through the NBA draft and free agency.

And now, the schedule for the upcoming 2022-2023 season has been released.

The key date that everyone knew would be on the calendar is a home Christmas game which is customary for the reigning champs. In fact, the Warriors have played on Christmas Day 12 times in the last 13 years.

The season itself tips off in Japan with a pair of preseason games against the Wizards. As far as actual home games, the first three games will be at home beginning on Sunday October 9 vs. the Lakers.

The season opener will also be against the Lakers on Tuesday October 18 when the team will receive their 2022 NBA Championship rings. It will be the first time the Warriors will open at home since 2019 in Chase Center's inaugural season.

The rematch of the NBA Finals vs. the Boston Celtics will be on Saturday December 10. All weeknight home games will tip-off at 7 pm while weekend games will begin at 5:30 pm. There will be two nationally televised games. Christmas will be televised on ABC at 5 pm and on Sunday February 26 vs. Minnesota at 4:30 pm will be televised on ESPN.

A fun fact, the Dubs will travel an estimated 47,000 miles throughout the course of the season.

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