The Golden State Warriors have released the second half of their 2020-21 schedule, and woo boy does it start with a bang.
How do the top three Western Conference teams in a row sound?
Steve Kerr and Co. will start the back end of the season with the Clippers, Jazz, and Lakers in that order. All three games will be nationally televised.
The Dubs will wrap up the regular season on May 16 against the Memphis Grizzlies. You can check out the rest of the schedule below:
The Warriors will tip off the second half schedule with a road game at the Clippers on Thursday, March 11, on TNT. Golden State will close the 2020-21 regular season with a six-game homestand, the longest season-ending homestand in franchise history. pic.twitter.com/kmDWNG7okR
— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) February 24, 2021
Eighteen of the Warriors’ 35 games remaining following the All-Star break will be on national TV – good for just over 50%. The team has been scheduled for seven sets of back-to-back games.
The schedule-makers might have given the Warriors a rough go at the front end, but did throw the team a bone at the end of the season. Golden State will finish their schedule with a six-game homestand. Once they get back from New Orleans on the night of May 4 they won’t leave Chase Center for the rest of the regular season.