Warriors, KNBR announce radio schedule

All 82 Warriors regular-season games and four of the their seven preseason games will be broadcast on KNBR (680 AM) and sister station KTCT (1050 AM).

During the regular season, flagship station KNBR will carry 58 games and KTCT the remaining 24.

Beginning with the two-game trip to Hawaii to play the Los Angeles Lakers on Oct. 8-9, the Warriors will have four exhibitions on KTCT. The final two preseason games — Oct. 23 at Seattle and Oct. 26 at Portland — will also by broadcast on KTCT.

The Warriors' season begins Oct. 30 against the Utah Jazz at Oracle Arena. Tipoff is 7:30 p.m.

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