The NBA is about to turn 75 and be celebrating the next season, which will begin on October 19 and end on April 10, 2022.
The League released the full schedule today and they put together classic games during the season.
Initially, the menu will present two games on the opening day. On October 19, the Brooklyn Nets will visit the Milwaukee Bucks, who will receive their championship rings that night, while the Warriors of Mexican Juan Toscano will visit the Los Angeles Lakers, who will debut their team with LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Russell Westbrook, and Carmelo Anthony.
A special day will be November 1, as the duel between Knicks and Raptors was scheduled, emulating what was the first duel in history between the New York Knicks and Toronto Huskies, which took place on November 1, 1946.
Likewise, another game to remember will be the one that will be set up on January 7, and where the Lakers will host the Atlanta Falcons. That game marks 50 years since the Angelenos set the mark of 33 wins in a row in the League, a mark that no one has been able to match to date.
At Christmas, the menu will be five games, and they appear: Atlanta at Knicks, Celtics at Bucks, Warriors at Suns, Nets at Lakers and Mavs at Jazz.
It should be remembered that due to the pandemic, the NBA did not want to schedule games in the 2021-22 season in Mexico City.