The league released the full slate for the 2018-2019 season. Feast your eyes!
But what about the top teams on national television? We got you covered too. Here are the teams that will be appearing most on TNT:
A at who you will see the most on TNT this season!— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) August 10, 2018
67 days until opening night! pic.twitter.com/oIkttjZgem
How about some notable matchups involving big-time players and potential contentious moments?
Carmelo returns to OKC: Nov. 8— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) August 10, 2018
LeBron returns to CLE: Nov. 21
DeAndre returns to LA: Dec. 20
Kawhi returns to SA: Jan. 3
Blake returns to LA: Jan. 12
Tony returns to SA: Jan. 14
DeMar returns to TOR: Feb. 22
Dwight returns to CHA: Feb. 22
Cousins returns to NO: April 9 pic.twitter.com/iNSRI64hOl
We already knew LeBron returning to Cleveland on Nov. 21, but man, Kawhi's return to San Antonio on Jan. 3 is going to be something. DeMar DeRozan will undoubtedly get a standing ovation in Toronto on Feb. 22 and there's no way Carmelo will be able to leave OKC early in the year without getting boo'ed out of the building.
Oh yeah, and Adam Silver is helping out the players! Big news for everyone getting some rest so we don't see stars sitting in primetime games.
Notable tidbits on 2018-19 NBA schedule: No four-games-in-five nights again; back-to-backs are at historic lows (average of 13.3 per team this season, it was 19.3 in '14-15 and 14.4 last season) -- and elimination of eight games in 12 nights for first time.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) August 10, 2018
It's a good time to be an NBA fan. We can't wait for October.