The NBA released its complete 66-game schedule Tuesday. Here’s a peek at the Warriors’ slate of games.

DEC. 25 TIPOFF

The Warriors will host reigning rookie of the year Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers on Christmas (7:30 p.m. tip, ESPN) — the first day of the NBA season — which begins a stretch of four consecutive home games for the Warriors to start the season.

The Warriors’ longest homestand is six games from Jan. 20 through Feb. 2. The longest road stretch for Golden State is also six, from Feb. 22 through March 5.

COMING ATTRACTIONS

If you’re hoping to see some of the NBA’s best talent in Oracle Arena this season, you’re in luck. Here’s a look at when the top stars will visit the Warriors:

Chicago (Derrick Rose): Dec. 26

New York (Amare Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony): Dec. 27

Miami (LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh): Jan. 10

Orlando (Dwight Howard): Jan. 12

Oklahoma City (Kevin Durant): Jan. 27, Feb. 7

Dallas (Dirk Nowitzki): March 10, April 12

Boston (Rajon Rondo, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett): March 14

L.A. Lakers (Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol): March 27 and April 18

AS SEEN ON TV

The Warriors will make 10 national TV appearances this season, with six games on ESPN and four on TNT. It’s the most TV appearances by the Warriors since the 2007-08 season, when they had 11. In addition, the Warriors have seven games scheduled to air on NBA TV.

3 CITIES, 3 DAYS

Golden State has only one back-to-back-to-back stretch on its schedule, from April 20-22. The Warriors will play at Dallas on April 20, at Houston on April 21 and at Minnesota on April 22.

The NBA previously reported that all teams this season would have at least one, and as many as three, back-to-back-to-backs on their schedules.

The Warriors play 17 back-to-backs.

COMPLETE SCHEDULE

DECEMBER
Sun Dec 25 L.A. Clippers 7:30 PM ESPN
Mon Dec 26 Chicago 7:30 PM
Wed Dec 28 New York 7:30 PM NBATV
Sat Dec 31 Philadelphia 6:00 PM
JANUARY
Mon Jan 2 at Phoenix 12:30 PM
Wed Jan 4 at San Antonio 5:30 PM
Fri Jan 6 at L.A. Lakers 7:30 PM
Sat Jan 7 Utah 7:30 PM
Tue Jan 10 Miami 7:30 PM
Thu Jan 12 Orlando 7:30 PM TNT
Sat Jan 14 at Charlotte 4:00 PM
Sun Jan 15 at Detroit 3:00 PM
Tue Jan 17 at Cleveland 4:00 PM
Wed Jan 18 at New Jersey 4:30 PM
Fri Jan 20 Indiana 7:30 PM
Mon Jan 23 Memphis 7:30 PM NBATV
Wed Jan 25 Portland 7:30 PM
Fri Jan 27 Oklahoma City 7:30 PM NBATV
Tue Jan 31 Sacramento 7:30 PM
FEBRUARY
Thu Feb 2 Utah 7:30 PM
Sat Feb 4 at Sacramento 7:00 PM
Tue Feb 7 Oklahoma City 7:30 PM
Thu Feb 9 at Denver 6:00 PM
Sun Feb 12 Houston 6:00 PM
Mon Feb 13 Phoenix 7:30 PM NBATV
Wed Feb 15 Portland 7:00 PM ESPN
Fri Feb 17 at Oklahoma City 5:00 PM
Sat Feb 18 at Memphis 5:00 PM
Mon Feb 20 L.A. Clippers 7:30 PM
Wed Feb 22 at Phoenix 6:00 PM
Tue Feb 28 at Indiana 4:00 PM
Wed Feb 29 at Atlanta 4:30 PM
MARCH
Fri Mar 2 at Philadelphia 5:00 PM ESPN
Sun Mar 4 at Toronto 3:00 PM
Mon Mar 5 at Washington 4:00 PM
Wed Mar 7 Memphis 7:30 PM NBATV
Sat Mar 10 Dallas 7:30 PM NBATV
Sun Mar 11 at L.A. Clippers 6:30 PM
Tue Mar 13 at Sacramento 7:00 PM
Wed Mar 14 Boston 7:30 PM
Fri Mar 16 Milwaukee 7:30 PM
Sat Mar 17 at Utah 6:00 PM
Mon Mar 19 Minnesota 7:30 PM
Wed Mar 21 at New Orleans 5:00 PM
Thu Mar 22 at Houston 5:00 PM
Sat Mar 24 Sacramento 7:30 PM NBATV
Sun Mar 25 at Portland 6:00 PM
Tue Mar 27 L.A. Lakers 7:30 PM
Wed Mar 28 New Orleans 7:30 PM
Fri Mar 30 New Jersey 7:30 PM
APRIL
Sun Apr 1 at L.A. Lakers 6:30 PM
Tue Apr 3 at Memphis 5:00 PM
Wed Apr 4 at Minnesota 5:00 PM
Fri Apr 6 at Utah 6:00 PM
Sat Apr 7 Denver 7:30 PM ESPN
Mon Apr 9 at Denver 6:00 PM
Wed Apr 11 at Portland 7:30 PM ESPN
Thu Apr 12 Dallas 7:30 PM TNT
Sat Apr 14 at L.A. Clippers 12:30 PM
Mon Apr 16 San Antonio 7:30 PM
Wed Apr 18 L.A. Lakers 7:30 PM ESPN
Fri Apr 20 at Dallas 5:30 PM
Sat Apr 21 at Houston 5:00 PM
Sun Apr 22 at Minnesota 4:00 PM
Tue Apr 24 New Orleans 7:30 PM TNT
Thu Apr 26 San Antonio 7:30 PM TNT