The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Warriors Schedule 2018-19

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Warriors Schedule 2018-19

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Now Lebron James is on the Lakers, the Warriors will see him much more. (Photo by Gregory Shamus / Getty Images)

Earlier this week, highlights of the NBA plan came to light, including news that Russell Westbrook would experience Kevin Durant's championship ring and the Warriors-Lebron rivalry at the traditional Christmas and Martin Luther King match fairs.

Now the NBA has released the full schedule. Let's dive into some highlights.

The good

There is much to expect. Fans will, of course, look for the potential matches of the Warriors potential finals. They meet Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors on the track before Christmas (November 29th, December 12th) and then Boston both times later (January 26th and March 5th).

The NBA did a good job of delaying the Western Conference match-ups. The Warriors will meet the Rockets in a repeat of the epic Western Conference Finals (and perhaps a preview of another show in May 2019) on November 15 in Houston, Oakland on February 3 and 23, and then back in Houston on May 13 . March.

After the opening night, the Warriors only hit the Thunder twice (November 21 in Oakland and March 16 in Oklahoma). Presumably, this ring ceremony will provide enough drama to end the season.

Of course, Lebron is now in the West, there are two more regular season games of this exciting rivalry – February 2nd in Oakland and April 4th in Los Angeles. Considering that there are two pre-season fixtures against the Lakers and maybe a playoff series, these matches are spread throughout the season.

DeMarcus Cousins ​​will finally spend their day in New Orleans when the Warriors meet the pelicans on the penultimate night of the season. At this time he should get up and roll. Expect Boogie to go to town and show New Orleans what they missed when they let him run this summer.

Then there is the actual itinerary. After starting last season with a preseason trip to China, this year is the last in the preseason in which the warriors travel to Seattle. For Kevin Durant, who was drafted by the Sonics and spent his first year there, it will be a kind of homecoming. Hopefully, the Warriors will be a little less sluggish in the first few weeks of the season after starting 4: 3 last year.

The NBA has continued to make progress in reducing back-to-backs. There are no four-in-five nights, and the Warriors have less back-to-back this season (13 versus 14 the last time). The Warriors have only one early tip against the Nets on October 28 at 2pm. They sometimes had problems with these earlier clues, and while international fans in European time zones have to set their alarms, the Warriors can push the snooze button a little more freely this year.

Her longest car ride is five games that make her twice. From November 29th to December 7th, they drive from Toronto to Detroit, Atlanta, Cleveland before ending up in Milwaukee (why do they always end up taking long road trips with the Bucks?). They're tracking this with 20 days, where they only play once outside the state of California, on December 19 in Utah.

The bad

The second road trip with five games, however, looks brutal. It starts with the Clippers and Lakers (see "The Ugly" below), then heads east to see the Wizards, Celtics, and the much-improved Indiana Pacers. The first home game after a long road trip is always difficult, and this time it will be even harder when the Philadelphia 76ers, another possible finals match, comes to visit. Oh, and it goes straight back to back, the first leg of which is at the height of Denver, before it flies home to face the pelicans. Given the tendency of the Warriors to pull their feet in the weeks leading up to the All-Star break, this could be an uncomfortable track.

This may not be the hardest track. There's a four-game spread from March 13, back-to-back in Houston, Oklahoma City, and San Antonio and Minnesota, before returning home to recreate that Indiana Pacers.

The ugly one

The warriors travel to Los Angeles on January 18 to face the clippers. They then have two days off in Los Angeles before meeting the Lakers on the 21st. Who would bet against the undefeated nightlife in LA?

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Now Lebron James is on the Lakers, the Warriors will see him much more. (Photo by Gregory Shamus / Getty Images)

Earlier this week, highlights of the NBA plan came to light, including news that Russell Westbrook would experience Kevin Durant's championship ring and the Warriors-Lebron rivalry at the traditional Christmas and Martin Luther King match fairs.

Now the NBA has released the full schedule. Let's dive into some highlights.

The good

There is much to expect. Fans will, of course, look for the potential matches of the Warriors potential finals. They meet Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors on the track before Christmas (November 29th, December 12th) and then Boston both times later (January 26th and March 5th).

The NBA did a good job of delaying the Western Conference match-ups. The Warriors will meet the Rockets in a repeat of the epic Western Conference Finals (and perhaps a preview of another show in May 2019) on November 15 in Houston, Oakland on February 3 and 23, and then back in Houston on May 13 . March.

After the opening night, the Warriors only hit the Thunder twice (November 21 in Oakland and March 16 in Oklahoma). Presumably, this ring ceremony will provide enough drama to end the season.

Of course, Lebron is now in the West, there are two more regular season games of this exciting rivalry – February 2nd in Oakland and April 4th in Los Angeles. Considering that there are two pre-season fixtures against the Lakers and maybe a playoff series, these matches are spread throughout the season.

DeMarcus Cousins ​​will finally spend their day in New Orleans when the Warriors meet the pelicans on the penultimate night of the season. At this time he should get up and roll. Expect Boogie to go to town and show New Orleans what they missed when they let him run this summer.

Then there is the actual itinerary. After starting last season with a preseason trip to China, this year is the last in the preseason in which the warriors travel to Seattle. For Kevin Durant, who was drafted by the Sonics and spent his first year there, it will be a kind of homecoming. Hopefully, the Warriors will be a little less sluggish in the first few weeks of the season after starting 4: 3 last year.

The NBA has continued to make progress in reducing back-to-backs. There are no four-in-five nights, and the Warriors have less back-to-back this season (13 versus 14 the last time). The Warriors have only one early tip against the Nets on October 28 at 2pm. They sometimes had problems with these earlier clues, and while international fans in European time zones have to set their alarms, the Warriors can push the snooze button a little more freely this year.

Her longest car ride is five games that make her twice. From November 29th to December 7th, they drive from Toronto to Detroit, Atlanta, Cleveland before ending up in Milwaukee (why do they always end up taking long road trips with the Bucks?). They're tracking this with 20 days, where they only play once outside the state of California, on December 19 in Utah.

The bad

The second road trip with five games, however, looks brutal. It starts with the Clippers and Lakers (see "The Ugly" below), then heads east to see the Wizards, Celtics, and the much-improved Indiana Pacers. The first home game after a long road trip is always difficult, and this time it will be even harder when the Philadelphia 76ers, another possible finals match, comes to visit. Oh, and it goes straight back to back, the first leg of which is at the height of Denver, before it flies home to face the pelicans. Given the tendency of the Warriors to pull their feet in the weeks leading up to the All-Star break, this could be an uncomfortable track.

This may not be the hardest track. There's a four-game spread from March 13, back-to-back in Houston, Oklahoma City, and San Antonio and Minnesota, before returning home to recreate that Indiana Pacers.

The ugly one

The warriors travel to Los Angeles on January 18 to face the clippers. They then have two days off in Los Angeles before meeting the Lakers on the 21st. Who would bet against the undefeated nightlife in LA?

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