Warriors Schedule February

Warriors February Schedule Home & Away

The Warriors February schedule should be an exciting month for Golden State. The best team in the West will be pressed by the schedule. While it is hard to imagine someone catching up on the Warriors for the top spot in the Western Conference, the Warriors February Schedule projects more away games, and some of them versus the best teams in the East (Atlanta, Washington, Toronto, and Cleveland). Without further ado, here are some of the most critical games in the Warriors February schedule.

The 2013/14 Golden State Warriors February Schedule ended with a 7-4 record. The Warriors went 4-2 at the Oracle Arena and 3-2 on the road. The Warriors were 1-0 on 0 days rest. 5-3 on one day’s rest. 0-1 on three days rest and 1-0 on six days rest. Pre NBA All-Star Game the Warriors were 2-3 but post NBA All-star game they were 5-1 during the Warriors February Schedule.

The 2015 Warriors February schedule looks like this

Warriors @ Kings Sleep Train Arena February 3rd
Starting price $56, Average price $88
While it seems like the Warriors are going for an easy win, this is the first game of February, and it starts on the road as the first game of a back to back set. It is true that the Warriors beat the Sacramento Kings three times already, but there lies the challenge. There is no question that the Kings would love to win one versus the top team in the West, and they will be motivated to do so.

Warriors @ Hawks Phillips Arena, February 6th
Starting price $111, Average price $150
The price of the tickets is the best factor how important is this game. The most expensive ticket in previous seasons between the two teams was priced $78 in 2014. But this year, the Hawks and the Warriors are the best teams in their respective conference. The teams are ranked first (Warriors) and fourth in defensive rating and third (Warriors) and fifth in offensive rating. Warriors Steph Curry and Kyle Korver are the best 3pt shooters in the league, so expect them to rain 3s.View all Hawks vs Warriors Tickets for the Phillips Arena.

Warriors @ Knicks Madison Square Garden February 7th
Starting price $88, Average price $152
Steph Curry scored his career high points at the Garden in 2013. It was the highest point total scored in the Garden since 2009. Therefore, another visit of Steph in the Garden is sure to attract visitors and viewers. Given the fact how awful the Knicks are this year, fans might be in for another career night even though the Warriors are playing on the second night of back to back.

Spurs @ Warriors Oracle Arena February 20th
Starting price $102, Average price $115
The Spurs are one of the few teams that have beaten Golden State this year, and the only one to do so in Oracle Arena. San Antonio is slowly gaining steam and making a push towards a higher spot in the rankings. For the Warriors, playing the Spurs is always a chance to show off and earn some praises. It is not every day that you get to play the Champs.

Warriors @ Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena February 26th
Starting price $55, Average price $96
The Warriors will be in the middle of a tough road trip as they play the Washington Wizards on 24th, and in Toronto the day after Cleveland. But the game versus the Cavaliers is the most intriguing and appealing, as the duel between Kyrie Irving and Steph Curry is sure to generate buzz. Another point is that Curry is the leading candidate for the MVP, an award Lebron James has won few times.

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