The NBA champion Denver Nuggets will kick off the 2023-24 NBA schedule Oct. 24 in a showdown in opposition to the Los Angeles Lakers, creating an early rematch of final season’s Western Convention Finals.
Whereas parts of the schedule have leaked out over the previous a number of days, the NBA launched its full-season, team-by-team schedule on Thursday, and the main target is on final season’s playoff groups within the early days.
The conflict between the Lakers and Nuggets can be nationally televised, and Denver gamers will obtain their championship rings earlier than the sport, which is ready to tip at 7:30 p.m. ET. Will probably be adopted by the Phoenix Suns’ go to to the Golden State Warriors, when three-time NBA All-Star Bradley Beal of Phoenix and 12-time NBA All-Star Chris Paul of Golden State debut with their new groups.
Within the first 5 days of the season, the ten nationally televised video games will function three rematches from the 2023 NBA playoffs.
The NBA beforehand shared its plans for its inaugural in-season event, which can begin Nov. 3, and on Thursday confirmed its always-anticipated NBA slate of Christmas Day video games: Milwaukee Bucks at New York Knicks (midday ET), Warriors at Nuggets (2:30 p.m.), Boston Celtics at Lakers (5 p.m.), Philadelphia 76ers at Miami Warmth (8 p.m.) and Dallas Mavericks at Phoenix Suns (10:30 p.m.).
The common season is scheduled to conclude April 14.
The 2024 play-in event will run from April 16-19, with the playoffs starting April 20. Sport 1 of the 2024 NBA Finals will begin June 6.
—Subject Stage Media