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Old 08-02-2012, 04:35 PM   #1
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Default 2012-13 Golden State Warriors preseason schedule

The Golden State Warriors will play three home games at Oracle Arena as part of an eight-game preseason schedule leading up to Opening Night, the team announced today.

As a special thank you to the team’s most loyal fans, all Warriors Full-Season Ticket Holders are receiving one preseason game free of charge as part of their Season Ticket package.

The Warriors will open their preseason schedule on Sunday, October 7, in Fresno, CA, where they will face the Los Angeles Lakers at the Save Mart Center. The next night, the Warriors return for the first of two consecutive home games at Oracle Arena when they face the Utah Jazz on Monday, October 8. On Thursday, October 11, the Warriors will play host to Maccabi Haifa, a team from Haifa, Israel, that plays in the Israeli Premier League.

Following their initial two home games the Warriors will play four-straight road contests, visiting the Denver Nuggets on Monday, October 15; the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday, October 17; the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday, October 19; and the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday, October 22.

For their final preseason contest, the Warriors will host the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday, October 23, eight days before the Warriors travel to Phoenix to open the regular season on October 31.


Sunday October 7 Los Angeles Lakers Save Mart Center – Fresno, CA 7:00 PM

Monday October 8 Utah Jazz Oracle Arena – Oakland, CA 7:30 PM

Thursday October 11 Maccabi Haifa Oracle Arena – Oakland, CA 7:30 PM

Monday October 15 Denver Nuggets Pepsi Center – Denver, CO 6:00 PM

Wednesday October 17 Sacramento Kings Power Balance Pavilion – Sacramento, CA 7:00 PM

Friday October 19 Portland Trail Blazers Rose Garden – Portland, OR 7:00 PM

Monday October 22 Los Angeles Clippers Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA 7:30 PM

Tuesday October 23 Phoenix Suns Oracle Arena – Oakland, CA 7:30 PM
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