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The Los Angeles Clippers' 2014-15 schedule released

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The NBA released the Clippers' 2014-15 regular season schedule on Wednesday evening. It tips off Oct. 30 with a home matchup against Oklahoma City.

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The Los Angeles Clippers will open their season on Thursday, Oct. 30, with a primetime matchup against Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder. The NBA announced the complete 2014-15 regular season schedule on Wednesday evening, giving fans around the league a guide for how the upcoming 82-game slate will shape up.

The Clippers will be popular on national television next season, with a total of 23 appearances across ESPN, ABC and TNT. Only the Bulls, Cavs and Thunder have more scheduled national games. The team also got somewhat lucky with back-to-backs, as they're in the middle of the pack with 19 next season.

Staples Center should be busy early next season, as L.A. plays eight of its first nine games at the arena. Seven of those contests are true home games, with the other being against the Lakers.

Date Opponent Time (ET) TV
Oct. 30 Oklahoma City 10:30 TNT
Oct. 31 at Los Angeles 10:30 ESPN
Nov. 2 Sacramento 3:30
Nov. 3 Utah 10:30
Nov. 5 at Golden State 10:30 ESPN
Nov. 8 Portland 3:30
Nov. 10 San Antonio 10:30 NBATV
Nov. 15 Phoenix 10:30
Nov. 17 Chicago 10:30 NBATV
Nov. 19 at Orlando 7:00
Nov. 20 at Miami 8:00 TNT
Nov. 23 at Memphis 6:00
Nov. 24 at Charlotte 7:00
Nov. 26 at Detroit 7:30
Nov. 28 at Houston 8:00 NBATV
Nov. 29 at Utah 9:00
Dec. 1 Minnesota 10:30
Dec. 3 Orlando 10:30
Dec. 6 New Orleans 10:30
Dec. 8 Phoenix 10:30
Dec. 10 at Indiana 7:00
Dec. 12 at Washington 7:00
Dec. 13 at Milwaukee 7:30
Dec. 15 Detroit 10:30
Dec. 17 Indiana 10:30
Dec. 19 at Denver 9:00
Dec. 20 Milwaukee 10:30
Dec. 22 at San Antonio 8:30
Dec. 23 at Atlanta 7:30
Dec. 25 Golden State 10:30 TNT
Dec. 27 Toronto 3:30
Dec. 29 Utah 10:30
Dec. 31 New York 6:00
Jan. 3 Philadelphia 10:30
Jan. 5 Atlanta 10:30
Jan. 7 Los Angeles 10:30
Jan. 10 Dallas 3:30
Jan. 11 Miami 3:30
Jan. 14 at Portland 10:30 ESPN
Jan. 16 Cleveland 10:30 ESPN
Jan. 17 at Sacramento 10:00
Jan. 19 Boston 3:30
Jan. 22 Brooklyn 10:30 TNT
Jan. 25 at Phoenix 6:00
Jan. 26 Denver 10:30
Jan. 28 at Utah 9:00
Jan. 30 at New Orleans 8:00
Jan. 31 at San Antonio 9:00 ESPN
Feb. 2 at Brooklyn 7:30
Feb. 5 at Cleveland 8:00 TNT
Feb. 6 at Toronto 7:30
Feb. 8 at Oklahoma City 1:00 ABC
Feb. 9 at Dallas 8:30 NBATV
Feb. 11 Houston 10:30 ESPN
Feb. 19 San Antonio 10:30 TNT
Feb. 21 Sacramento 10:00
Feb. 23 Memphis 10:30 NBATV
Feb. 25 at Houston 8:00 ESPN
Feb. 27 at Memphis 8:00
Mar. 1 at Chicago 1:00 ABC
Mar. 2 at Minnesota 8:00
Mar. 4 Portland 10:30 ESPN
Mar. 8 at Golden State 3:30 ABC
Mar. 9 Minnesota 10:30
Mar. 11 at Oklahoma City 8:00 ESPN
Mar. 13 at Dallas 8:30 NBATV
Mar. 15 Houston 3:30 ABC
Mar. 17 Charlotte 10:30
Mar. 18 at Sacramento 10:00
Mar. 20 Washington 10:30
Mar. 22 New Orleans 3:30
Mar. 25 at New York 7:00 ESPN
Mar. 27 at Philadelphia 7:00
Mar. 29 at Boston 6:00
Mar. 31 Golden State 10:30 TNT
Apr. 1 at Portland 10:00 NBATV
Apr. 4 at Denver 9:00
Apr. 5 at Los Angeles 9:30 NBATV
Apr. 7 Los Angeles 10:30 TNT
Apr. 11 Memphis 10:00 NBATV
Apr. 13 Denver 10:30
Apr. 14 at Phoenix 10:30 TNT