The game will be the second time the teams have played in three days as the Warriors beat the Clippers 115-94 on Wednesday. Even though the Clippers are just a few games removed from a 17-game winning streak, Golden State sits three games behind Los Angeles in the Pacific Division. Saturday's game will also be a matchup of two of the best point guards in the NBA when Chris Paul and Stephen Curry do battle once again. Curry got the better of Paul on Wednesday, scoring 31 points to go with eight assists compared to Paul's 23 and six.
While the game in Los Angeles may be the highlight of the day, it is just one of 10 games scheduled for Saturday. Other notable matchups include Boston traveling to Atlanta to take on the Hawks and Indiana hosting Milwaukee.
Here is a closer look at Saturday's complete schedule:
7 p.m. ET: Boston at Atlanta
7 p.m. ET: New York at Orlando
7 p.m. ET: Milwaukee at Indiana
7:30 p.m. ET: Sacramento at Brooklyn
7:30 p.m. ET: Houston at Cleveland
8 p.m. ET: Portland at Minnesota
8:30 p.m. ET: New Orleans at Dallas
8:30 p.m. ET: Philadelphia at San Antonio
9 p.m. ET: Utah at Denver
10:30 p.m. ET: Golden State at Los Angeles Clippers
Saturday's schedule as well as the schedule for the entire week can be found at Sports Illustrated.