The NBA Announces Official 2019-2020 Season Schedule

With so much player movement this offseason, there are plenty of story lines and games that will be must-watch leading up to the playoffs.

From Russell Westbrook going back to Oklahoma City, Anthony Davis facing the New Orleans Pelicans, the battle of Los Angeles, Kyrie Irving matching up against Boston, Kawhi Leonard going back to Toronto, and more.

For the Christmas Day schedule, click HERE. You can see the full schedule HERE or look at some of the best matchups below:

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Toronto Raptors [Oct. 22 | TNT]
LA Clippers vs. Los Angeles Lakers [Oct. 22 | TNT]
Boston Celtics vs. Philadelphia 76ers [Oct. 23 | ESPN]
LA Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors [Oct. 24 | TNT]
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Houston Rockets [Oct. 28]
LA Clippers vs. Houston Rockets [Nov. 13 | ESPN]
Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Lakers [Nov. 13 | ESPN]
Dallas Mavericks vs. New York Knicks [Nov. 14 | TNT]
Brooklyn Nets vs. Boston Celtics [Nov. 27 | ESPN]
Los Angeles Lakers vs. New Orleans Pelicans [Nov. 27 | ESPN]
LA Clippers vs. Toronto Raptors [Dec. 11 | TNT]
Miami Heat vs. Philadelphia 76ers [Dec. 18 | ESPN]
Golden State Warriors vs. Portland Trail Blazers [Dec. 18 | ESPN]
Houston Rockets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder [Jan. 9 | TNT]
New Orleans Pelicans vs. New York Knicks [Jan. 10 | ESPN]
Los Angeles Lakers vs. Houston Rockets [Jan. 18 | ABC]
Brooklyn Nets vs. Golden State Warriors [March 12]

As you can see from some of these must-see games, Zion Williams up against RJ Barrett on January 10, while Kristaps Porzingis will be going back to New York on November 14. Other games that should be on the radar are the Clippers facing the Rockets on November 13, Kevin Durant‘s Nets facing the Warriors on March 12, a Western Conference Finals rematch on December 18 and Jimmy Butler going back to Philadelphia on December 18.

Here’s the full ESPN broadcast schedule, as well as the full TNT broadcast schedule.

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