It’s set, it’s official: the 2022-23 NBA season schedule has finally dropped! 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 let’s not waste any time, and check out the 100% Minnesota Timberwolves basketball program right now!
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But what can this group of young Wolves give with Rudy Gobert and more in the paint? This is the question that has been bothering every NBA fan for several weeks now. Because if the Minnesota team was already attractive last season despite their elimination against the Grizzlies in the first round of the Playoffs, today they look even more intriguing to us, which leads us to take a close look at their schedule for 2022-23 . financial year. First note: Wolves will play a lot at home at the start of the season (9 of the first 12 games) and a lot of away at the end of the season (17 of the last 26 games). That said, your tickets are well reserved and checked to avoid finding yourself in the wrong room, so we can move on to the analysis about the level of the opponents, which is… let’s say change.
Well, already, when you have the Thunder (twice), the Spurs (twice) and the Jazz to start, you have to start the season 5-0. After that, against the Lakers, Suns, Bucks or even Grizzlies who land just behind, we will necessarily be less demanding. But this alternation between tough and less tough is a reflection of Minnesota’s season, which on paper doesn’t offer long stretches of very tough games to tackle. The months of December and February may be a little more delicate, but far from insurmountable. However, be careful about the number of rugby players (14) and the fatigue generated, which can eventually weigh when the matches are played on details at the end of the meeting. That’s why it’s important to stay consistent and focused throughout the season, especially when you see the number of games on the road in March as explained above.
# Plus long road trip: 5 games from December 9 to December 16, very affordable considering the opponents (Jazz, Blazers twice, Clippers and Thunder).
# Longest home session: 6 matches from January 27 to February 5, enough to recharge the batteries before the final third begins.
# National broadcast games (TNT + ESPN + ABC): 10, some will say that it is not enough, others that they would dream of it.
# Number of games played back to back: 14, will have to be careful.
# Matches at schedule French for the Bulls :
- 11/25 in Charlotte (11:00 p.m.)
- 27/11 vs Warriors (21h30)
- 16/01 vs Jazz (22h)
- 02/04 vs Portland (21h30)
- 08/04 in San Antonio (22:00)
- 09/04 vs Pelicans (21h30)
# A few posters to remember: Rudy’s return to Salt Lake City? But yes, of course we have. Therefore! On December 9th for the first time, and on February 8th for a second time, knowing that the Jazz and Wolves will also face each other in Minneapolis on October 21st, for their second meeting of the season, and on January 16th. Then November 7 and March 20 correspond to the dates of confrontation between Minnesota and New York, that is, two French-French Rudy-Vavane duels. And then we don’t lose sight of the game against Memphis on January 27th as part of Rivals Week after the superior series starvation that the two franchises gave us during the last Playoffs. Besides, don’t you want to see how Joel Embiid will fare against a Towns-Gobert racket, two great friends of his? To find out, see you on November 19 and March 7!
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