Wizards Announce 2014-15 Schedule
Posted on August 13, 2014
WIZARDS ANNOUNCE 2014-15 SCHEDULE
Team Opens Home Slate on Saturday, Nov. 1, vs. Milwaukee
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The
announced their 2014-15 regular season schedule today, including their
home opener on Saturday, Nov. 1, against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Wizards tip off the season with a two game road trip to Florida when
they visit the Heat on Wednesday,
Oct. 29, in Miami, then travel to Orlando to face the Magic the
following night. Overall, the Wizards will play 18 of their 41 home
games on the weekend (Friday-Sunday), with 18 of those coming on Friday
(six games) and Saturday (eight games).
Wizards' 2014-15 schedule features ten nationally televised games
Christmas matchup versus the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on
ESPN at noon, which marks the team's first Christmas game since 2008
when they faced the Cavaliers in Cleveland.
home schedule features a visit from the 2014 NBA Champion San Antonio
Jan. 13, the Cleveland Cavaliers on Nov. 21 and Feb. 20, the Chicago
Bulls on Dec. 23 and Jan. 9 and the lone visits of the Los Angeles
Lakers (Dec. 3), Los Angeles Clippers (Dec. 12), Oklahoma City Thunder
(Jan, 21) and the Houston Rockets (Mar. 29). The
Wizards will host the Philadelphia 76ers in a Martin Luther King Day
matinee matchup on Jan. 19. The home finale will take place on April 12
when the Wizards host the Hawks prior to finishing the season with
back-to-back road games against the Pacers (Apr.
14) and Cavaliers (Apr. 15).
Wizards' longest home stand is five games from Mar. 25-Apr.3, while the
road trip will take place from Dec. 29-Jan.5 and consists of five
games. The team will also embark on two four-game west coast swings.
The first one will send the Wizards to Portland, Denver, Los Angeles to
face the Lakers and Phoenix from Jan. 24-28. On
the second west coast trip from Mar. 18-23, they will face the Jazz,
Clippers, Kings and Warriors.
team in the Eastern Conference will visit Verizon Center twice with the
of Milwaukee (Nov. 1) and Toronto (Jan. 31), while the Wizards will
visit Boston (Dec. 7) and Detroit (Jan. 22) only once during the regular