Readers ask: How Many More Games Do The Warriors Have To Play?
- 1 How many games left in the season for the Warriors?
- 2 How many home games do the Warriors play in a season?
- 3 Did the Warriors make the playoffs 2020?
- 4 How many Warriors games are on NBA TV?
- 5 Is Steph Curry playing tonight?
- 6 How many games are in the 2021 NBA season?
- 7 Are the Lakers out of the playoffs?
- 8 Who won the NBA championship in 2016?
How many games left in the season for the Warriors?
With six games left, the Warriors are tied for eighth with Memphis Grizzlies and still are in a position to move up — or solidify themselves in the eighth spot for themselves.
How many home games do the Warriors play in a season?
The Warriors will open season with nine (9) of its first 12 games at home and will close out the season with eight (8) of 11 games on the road.
Did the Warriors make the playoffs 2020?
The Warriors lost 103 -100 to the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday, following a miraculous last-minute shot by LeBron James. Friday’s loss to Ja Morant and the Grizzlies ensured the Warriors missing the playoffs for a second straight year.
How many Warriors games are on NBA TV?
Golden State will also appear nationally on NBA TV 12 times for a total of 41 games for a national audience — exactly half of the season.
Is Steph Curry playing tonight?
Stephen Curry is not feeling well and will not play in tonight’s game. Curry is having an MVP-caliber season, averaging 29.9 points on 48.6 percent from the field and 42.3 percent from 3-point range.
How many games are in the 2021 NBA season?
The complete regular-season schedule and team-by-team schedules are attached and available at NBA.com/schedule. The 2021-22 regular season, which comprises 82 games per team, will tip off on Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021, and conclude on Sunday, April 10, 2022.
Are the Lakers out of the playoffs?
The Los Angeles Lakers have been officially eliminated from the playoffs as the Phoenix Suns won Game 6, 113-100.
Who won the NBA championship in 2016?
The city of Cleveland ended its 52-year championship drought when LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers stunned the Golden State Warriors to win the 2016 NBA Finals.