It’s ready, it’s official: the 2022-23 NBA season schedule has finally fallen! With takeoff scheduled for Tuesday, October 18, 2022 and landing announced for April 10, 2023, the time has come to pack your bags and check your tickets. So we waste no time, and check the 100% basketball program of the Los Angeles Lakers right away!
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So what, gentlemen? Keski happened? Yet announced among the favorites for the title, the Lakers finally had a disastrous season in 2021-22. Between the sores of Anthony Davis, the failed integration of Russell Westbrook and the role players EPAHD version, LeBron will finally find himself alone at the controls of his ship. Not irreproachable either, the King could not have avoided the descent into hell for the Purple & Gold. Race report: a sad eleventh place in the West, no play-in, even fewer Playoffs and a group totally exploded at the end of the season. Come on, no need to dwell on the past, now the Angelenos are focusing on the upcoming deadlines, and as the calendar has just been unveiled, it’s time to prepare to attack at best.
Here, speaking of attack, LA opens the ball on October 18 against Golden State, defending champion. A good way to gauge yourself for the sequel, which promises to be full-bodied. Ignition delay effectively prohibited since the Clippers, Denver (twice) and Minnesota will meet on the road to the Lakers during the first half of the season. Ditto for the… last fortnight of the regular, marked by games against the Clippers, Phoenix, Chicago (twice) and Minnesota. We still saw quieter to finish. At least the Angelenos will be hot for the Playoffs already, provided they don’t miss it this time. Fortunately, the Lakers will finally be able to breathe in the month of… yeah, no, actually. No matter how hard we look, each meeting considered easy or almost is interspersed with one or more matches against a big team. No really calm period therefore for the men of Darvin Ham except towards the end of November, during (and not Kevin lol) which LA will play San Antonio three times in four games with also Detroit and Indiana. This is called a favor from the Lord, be careful not to screw up.
# Longest road trip: 6 matches at the beginning of December. First game in Milwaukee, last in Detroit, hello emotional elevator.
# Longest home session: 5, three times and rather at the end of the season.
# National broadcast matches (TNT + ESPN + ABC): 27, not one more, not one less.
# Number of games played back-to-back: 12, convenient to relieve the old BronBron.
# Matches at schedule French for the Lakers:
- 10/23 vs. Portland (9:30 p.m.)
- 11/06 vs. Cavs (9:30 p.m.)
- 12/25 in Dallas (8:30 p.m.)
- 02/26 at Dallas (9:30 p.m.)
- 05/03 vs. Warriors (9:30 p.m.)
- 3/26 vs. Bulls (9:30 p.m.)
- 04/09 vs. Jazz (9:30 p.m.)
# A few posters to remember: big games against contenders, clearly. After two last delicate season, the Lakers should return the knife between the teeth. Whether with Kyrie or Westbrook, LA has a workforce capable of annoying the world under the leadership of the LeBron – Davis duo. Among the posters to see absolutely, we obviously check the meetings against the Clippers (October 20, November 9, January 24, April 5), those against the Bucks on December 2 and February 9 (will have to prove AD) or even the big duels against historic rival Boston (December 13, January 28).
The schedule is set.
—Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) August 17, 2022