Golden State Warriors 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch

Golden State Warriors 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch

The Golden State Warriors are of the most successful and iconic basketball teams in the NBA in the last decade. How is the team shaping up for the 2023-2024 NBA season? Will their success continue, or is the team’s time in the sun fading away? Check out the Golden State Warriors schedule, including key matchups, plus the team’s roster and more for the 2023-2024 season right here. 

Plus, find out how to get the very best NBA experience with leading sports provider, DIRECTV.


Don’t miss a second of the 2023-2024 Golden State Warriors basketball season. Find the full 2023-2024 TV schedule below, with information on game times as well as where to watch the Golden State Warriors on TV at home.


After a relatively disappointing end to the 2022-2023 season, the Warriors are pushing for redemption. But if they want to be the best of the best, that means winning, even against the most competitive teams in the league. Here are some of the games fans should absolutely tune into, whether they be key matchups or rivalry games. 

Season Opener: Golden State Warriors vs. Phoenix Suns… 10/24/2023 @ 7:00pm PDT (Watch on TNT)

Rivalry Game: Golden State Warriors vs. Sacramento Kings… 11/01/2023 @ 7:00pm PDT

Christmas Day Match: Golden State Warriors vs. Denver Nuggets… 12/25/2023 @ 11:30am PST (Watch on ESPN or ABC)

Rivalry Game: Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Lakers… 01/27/2024 @ 5:30pm PST (Watch on ABC)

Key Matchup: Golden State Warriors vs. Dallas Mavericks… 04/02/2024 @ 4:30pm PDT (Watch on TNT)


Depending on the game, there are a few places to watch the Golden State Warriors play with DIRECTV. Below you’ll find the different networks broadcasting Warriors games this season and the corresponding channel number on DIRECTV. Note that some of these networks are subscription-based or add-ons.

If you’re looking for a way to watch more games, both in and out of market, then NBA League Pass is the subscription for you. 

NBA League Pass has every game available to stream, plus around-the-clock NBA TV coverage. Even if you miss a live game, you can catch up on demand and fill your evenings with the best NBA analysis and breakdowns.  

You can add NBA League Pass to your DIRECTV account online for the whole season for just one payment of $99.99. You can also pay in three installments of $33.33.


As mentioned previously, the Warriors have been a huge success story in the last decade. How will the team fare this season? Iconic players like Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are still with the team, but age and injuries could be concerning factors.

With the addition of Chris Paul and a chance for younger players like Jonathan Kuminga to get more time on the court, the Warriors are likely to continue being a competitive team.

Check out the 2023-2024 Golden State Warriors roster below with players and their positions.


#0 Gary Payton II, Guard

#00 Jonathan Kuminga, Forward

#1 Cory Joseph, Guard

#2 Brandin Podziemski, Guard

#3 Chris Paul, Guard

#4 Moses Moody, Guard 

#5 Kevon Looney, Forward 

#8 Donovan Williams, Guard

#11 Klay Thompson, Guard

#12 Usman Garuba, Forward

#18: Jerome Robinson, Guard

#19 Rodney McGuder, Guard

#20 Dario Saric, Forward-Center

#21 Kendric Davis, Guard

#22 Andrew Wiggins, Forward 

#23 Draymond Green, Forward 

#25 Lester Quinones, Guard 

#30 Stephen Curry, Guard 

#31 Javan Johnson, Forward

#32 Trayce Jackson-Davis, Forward

#33 Rudy Gay, Forward-Guard


Head Coach: Steve Kerr

Assistant Coaches: Ron Adams, Kenny Atkinson, Bruce Fraser, Chris DeMarco, Dejan Milojevic, Kris Weems

Keep reading to get more information on your favorite NBA team. From the team’s history to its logo’s evolution, you’ll find it here.


The Golden State Warriors were established in 1946 and are part of the Pacific Division. The Warriors were originally located in Philadelphia and then moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1962. Between 1962 and 1971, the team was known as the San Francisco Warriors. In 1971, however, they took on California’s moniker “Golden State.”

Throughout the first few decades of the team’s history, they had ups and downs in terms of performance, but by the early 200s they were widely known as playoff regulars and fierce competition.

Since then, they’ve been one of the state’s – and league’s – most successful teams, essentially becoming a dynasty. The team won four titles in eight seasons since 2015 and reached the postseason finals five times in a row. They play their home games at Chase Center, located in San Francisco, California.


Golden State Warriors Current Logo

The Golden State Warriors have worn a number of different logos throughout the years, with the last major redesign taking place in 2010. The logo is a silhouette of the Eastern Span of the Bay Bridge to represent the team’s close ties with the community they play in and connecting where they once played (San Francisco) and where they now play (Oakland).

This logo is a spinoff of the iconic “The City” logo which was used between 1969 and 1971.

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