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The Dubs will begin the season with a four-game road trip.

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The Golden State Warriors are getting ready to play their first NBA regular season game in more than nine months. The league released the first of the 2020-21 schedule for each team and the Dubs will begin the new campaign with a four-game road trip.

Golden State will face Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets in the season opener, followed up with a Christmas Day game against Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks. The Warriors wrap up their early-season road trip with games against the Chicago Bulls and Detroit Pistons, before returning home for back-to-back matchups against the Portland Trail Blazers.

Here is the Dubs’ complete schedule for the first half of the season:

Dec. 22 @ Brooklyn Nets (TNT)

Dec. 25 @ Milwaukee Bucks (ABC)

Dec. 27 @ Chicago Bulls

Dec. 29 @ Detroit Pistons

JANUARY

Jan. 1 vs. Portland Trail Blazers (NBA TV)

Jan. 3 vs. Portland Trail Blazers (NBA TV)

Jan. 4 vs. Sacramento Kings

Jan. 6 vs. L.A. Clippers (ESPN)

Jan. 8 vs. L.A. Clippers (ESPN)

Jan. 10 vs. Toronto Raptors

Jan. 12 vs. Indiana Pacers (NBA TV)

Jan. 14 @ Denver Nuggets (TNT)

Jan. 15 @ Phoenix Suns

Jan. 18 @ Los Angeles Lakers (TNT)

Jan. 20 vs. San Antonio Spurs

Jan. 21 vs. New York Knicks

Jan. 23 @ Utah Jazz (NBA TV)

Jan. 25 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA TV)

Jan. 27 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves (ESPN)

Jan. 28 @ Phoenix Suns

Jan. 30 vs. Detroit Pistons

FEBRUARY

Feb. 2 vs. Boston Celtics (TNT)

Feb. 4 @ Dallas Mavericks (TNT)

Feb. 6 @ Dallas Mavericks (ABC)

Feb. 8 @ San Antonio Spurs

Feb. 9 @ San Antonio Spurs

Feb. 11 vs. Orlando Magic

Feb. 13 vs. Brooklyn Nets (ABC)

Feb. 15 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

Feb. 17 vs. Miami Heat (ESPN)

Feb. 19 @ Orlando Magic

Feb. 20 @ Charlotte Hornets

Feb. 23 @ New York Knicks

Feb. 24 @ Indiana Pacers

Feb. 26 vs. Charlotte Hornets

Feb. 28 @ Los Angeles Lakers (ESPN)

MARCH

March 3 @ Portland Trail Blazers (ESPN)

What do you think is the toughest stretch of the Warriors’ schedule?