NBA – The League unveiled the first matches of the 75th NBA season on Tuesday evening. The Bucks, defending champions in 2021, will face the Nets and the Lakers will face the Warriors on Tuesday, October 19. The next day, the Knicks of Evan Fournier will face the Celtics, the former formation of the silver medalist at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Two months after their coronation, the Milwaukee Bucks will have to put the championship title back on the line. Indeed, Giannis Antetokounmpo’s teammates will begin the 2021-22 NBA season, the 75th in history, on Tuesday, October 19, against to the Brooklyn Nets, for a rematch of the conference semifinal of the last playoffs. Two and a half hours later, it’s time for the second poster of the day between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors.
The first four days of the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Season (Oct. 19-22) will feature eight national television games as part of #KiaTipOff21, with TNT and ESPN airing two doubleheaders each! #NBA75 pic.twitter.com/SZ9bSBhhDP— NBA (@NBA) August 17, 2021
The next day, the Knicks of Evan Fournier will face the Celtics, the former formation of the silver medalist at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The rest of the calendar will be unveiled this Friday. According to ESPN, the Lakers could face the Nets at Staples Center on Saturday, December 25. As for the All-star game, it will be held on February 20 in Cleveland.