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Washington Wizards’ 2022-23 NBA schedule released – Brospar Daily News

The Washington Wizards kick off their new season in Indiana on Oct. 19 and host Chicago on Oct. 21 after a brief trip to Japan on a couple of excursions. Preseason this fall. They will be closing in Houston on April 9 this year.

Here’s important information about what’s planned to happen in between:

National TV program thin

Off-field spectators hoping to see the Wizards are usually out of luck this season. Washington plans to air it only five times on national television. Three of those games will be aired on NBA TV. Here is the schedule:

ESPN vs. Indiana on Friday, October 28 at 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, December 22 at 9 p.m. on NBA TV in Utah

Tuesday, January 3, 8 p.m. in Milwaukee, NBA TV

Monday, February 13 at 10:30 p.m. in Golden State, NBA TV

Tuesday, February 28 Atlanta, 7:30pm TNT

The Wizards’ traditional afternoon game on Martin Luther King Jr. Jr. (Jan. 16) should be an interesting one — they take on the Golden State Warriors at Capital One at 3 p.m. Otherwise, the Wizards should be off on Christmas and Thanksgiving, though they’ll be heading to Turkey Day for back-to-back games against the Heat on Nov. 23 and Nov. 25.

Eleven of the first 17 games of the season will be played at Capital One Arena, which should give the Wizards some time to recover Travel to Japan at the end of September. But the flip side of all those pre-home games is a rough December and January. Washington’s longest road trip of the season is Dec. 13-23, an 11-day, six-game run that includes two back-to-backs. They will play Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Utah and Sacramento.

A week later, they will travel to Orlando, Oklahoma City and Milwaukee for two nine-day games. They will end in January with the final eight-day saga.

The schedule contains a large number of 14 back-to-backs, although three of them do not require travel.

It’s hard to believe, but John Wall still hasn’t played a game in front of fans at Capital One Arena since being traded in December 2020.He’ll get his first chance on Dec. 10 when the Wizards host Clippers Back-to-back second half after a game in Indiana.

You can view the full 2022-23 plan here.

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