2012 NBA schedule: Warriors play twice over the weekend

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Golden State wraps up its seven-game road trip with outings against Orlando and Atlanta.

The NBA has a big weekend ahead, with 25 games scheduled for Friday through Sunday, and the Golden State Warriors will be plenty busy with games scheduled for Friday and Saturday.

The Warriors will wrap up their seven-game road trip with games at Orlando and Atlanta before returning home to face New Orleans next Tuesday.

Here's the full rundown of this weekend's games.

Golden State Warriors at Orlando Magic, Friday Dec. 14, 4 p.m. PT, Local affiliates

The Warriors (15-7) will look to continue their recent hot streak in their sixth game away from home against the Orlando Magic (8-13). Golden State will look to move its win streak, which includes victories over the Brooklyn Nets and the Miami Heat, to six games.

Golden State Warriors at Atlanta Hawks, Saturday Dec. 15, 4 p.m. PT, Local affiliates

Golden State wraps up its seven-game road trip with a matchup against the Atlanta Hawks (14-6), who are tied with the Heat for first place in the Southeast division.

The full NBA schedule can be found here.

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