The NBA has officially unveiled its full regular season schedule for 2022/23.
The season will begin on Tuesday, October 18 and wrap up Sunday, April 9. The play-in tournament will take place from April 11-14, with the playoffs beginning on April 15.
The league’s announcement highlighted the fact that the estimated average miles traveled per team in 2022/23 has been reduced to 41,000, which is a new record low since the NBA has had 30 teams and played an 82-game season.
The league also confirmed several previously reported marquee matchups, including its five-game Christmas Day slate, an opening night doubleheader of Sixers at Celtics and Lakers at Warriors, and games taking place in Mexico City and Paris.
Listed below are links to the full 2022/23 season schedules for each NBA team, organized by conference and division. The team-by-team schedules for ’22/23 can also be viewed in a single document right here, while the full schedule by date can be viewed here.
3 thoughts on “2022/23 NBA Schedules By Team”
My Hawks should get off to a great start with Detroit/Houston/Orlando/Charlotte leading off things. Should be 5-0 or 4-1 at worst heading to Milwaukee
Theres just no fanbase like the Hawks. A lil/lot more swag/flavor/rhythm than the rest. And we truly have Danny Ferry to thank for it bc it def wasn’t like this until he got booted outta town… link to m.youtube.com
I don’t understand back to back games on the road? NBA should have no back to back for teams on the road.