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Warriors vs. Wizards: Game time, TV schedule and more

The Wizards will be looking for their third win in five games on Saturday night, but they'll have to beat a hot Warriors team to do so.

Kevin C. Cox

The Washington Wizards will be attempting to get their third win in five games when they take on the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night. However, that won't be an easy task, as the Warriors have won three straight on the road, and nine of their past 12 games overall.

Kevin Seraphin came off the bench to lead the Wizards with 19 points against Atlanta on Friday night, and Bradley Beal had 18 points. The Wizards will again be without John Wall, who still has no time table for a return to the court.

David Lee and Stephen Curry have both gotten hot over the past few games for the Warriors, and have keyed them to victories over the Pistons and Nets this week. The Wizards will need to concentrate on stopping them if they want to slow down the Golden State offense.

Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET at the Verizon Center. The game can be seen on CSN.