For the 30th straight season, the Milwaukee Bucks will open the NBA regular season on the road.
After finishing a league worst 15-67 last year, the Bucks will start the 2014-15 campaign on Oct. 29 in Charlotte. They’ll play their home opener two nights later, Friday, Oct. 31st against the Philadelphia 76ers at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
If the trade sending Andrew Wiggins to the Minnesota Timberwolves goes through, the No. 1 pick will face off against the Bucks and Jabari Parker in Minnesota on Nov. 26 and in Milwaukee on Jan. 9.
The Bucks will get two National TV games, both on NBA TV. They’ll play at Charlotte on Dec. 29 and Jan. 15 against the New York Knicks in London.
The schedule also includes 21 back-to-back games.