UPDATE: It’s officially out now.
The schedule doesn’t “officially” come out for another hour, but due to a little snafu on NBA.com, we got the whole thing here. Of course, unless they change it between now and then. So keep that in mind. Just one nationally televised game (Dec. 16 at home against Dallas) which is disappointing, but there’s potential to get more picked up the more you win. Look it over and I’ll be back with a good little breakdown in a bit.
Wed, Oct 28 – Sacramento at Oklahoma City 8:00 PM ET
Fri, Oct 30 – Oklahoma City at Detroit 8:00 PM ET
Sun, Nov 01 – Portland at Oklahoma City 7:00 PM ET
Tue, Nov 03 – L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City 8:00 PM ET
Fri, Nov 06 – Oklahoma City at Houston 8:30 PM ET
Sun, Nov 08 – Orlando at Oklahoma City 7:00 PM ET
Tue, Nov 10 – Oklahoma City at Sacramento 10:00 PM ET
Wed, Nov 11 – Oklahoma City at L.A. Clippers 10:30 PM ET
Sat, Nov 14 – Oklahoma City at San Antonio 8:30 PM ET
Sun, Nov 15 – L.A. Clippers at Oklahoma City 7:00 PM ET — – NBATV Keep Reading…