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NBA, Thunder release eight game schedule

NBA, Thunder release eight game schedule

OKLAHOMA CITY — The NBA has announced the schedule for the 22-participating teams in the Orlando restart of the 2019-20 season.

Included in the Orlando bubble are three courts — two that will feature nationally televised games. There will be a maximum of seven games played a day beginning at 12 pm ET and concluding with the final game beginning at 9 pm ET. 

The regular season will begin in Orlando on July 30. This follows a few weeks of teams arriving in Florida, testing for the virus and participating in three scrimmage games. The Utah Jazz and the New Orleans Pelicans will begin regular season festivities at 6:30 pm ET followed by the LA Clippers and Lakers at 9 pm.

The Thunder will debut their regular season resumption on August 1 against the Jazz at 2:30 pm CT. That game will be carried by Fox Sports Oklahoma.

All games will be carried on Fox Sports Oklahoma according to the Thunder.

Brady Trantham has covered the Oklahoma City Thunder for The Franchise since April 2018 and for Thunder Digest since 2016. He hosts a Thunder podcast with Madysson Morris “OKC-82 Podcast” which can be found on all podcast outlets, and is a co-host on the Franchise Thunder Insider’s Show on Saturdays from 10-12. Brady is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma class of 2014. Follow him on Twitter @BradyDoesSports

Brady Trantham

Brady has covered the Oklahoma City Thunder since 2016. University of Oklahoma alum class of 2014. He has worked for the Franchise since April 2018. Brady co-hosts the OKC-82 Podcast and the Inside OU podcast, part of the Franchise Podcast Network. He also hosts the Locked On Thunder Podcast, part of the Locked On Podcast Network. You can hear Brady on Saturdays after football season from 10am-12 on the Franchise Thunder Insider's Show with Jerry Ramsey, Jon Hamm and Madysson Morris.

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