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Dallas Mavericks 2019-2020 schedule includes 13 nationally-televised games

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Christmas came early for basketball fans Monday as the NBA announced its full slate of games for the 2019-20 season.

The Dallas Mavericks tip off against the Washington Wizards at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 23 at American Airlines Center.

The Mavs are scheduled to have 13 nationally-televised games, including nine on ESPN and four on TNT. Dallas’ first road game on Oct. 25 at New Orleans will be telecast on ESPN. That game will feature No. 1 overall pick Zion Williamson.

November will offer a lot of high-profile early-season meetings for the Mavs. LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the Los Angeles Lakers come to town on Nov. 1 and Jan. 10. The Los Angeles Clippers, fresh of signing Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, come to the AAC on Nov. 26 and Jan. 21. The Golden State Warriors make their only AAC appearance on Nov. 20.

The defending champion Toronto Raptors play at the AAC on Dec. 14.

Kristaps Porzingis’ return to the Madison Square Garden to face the New York Knicks will be telecast on TNT on Nov. 14.

Dallas plays 13 back-to-backs this season, including six that begin and end on the road, four that begin on the road and conclude at home, two that require no travel and one home-to-road.

Dallas Mavericks 2019-2020 schedule

OCTOBER

Oct. 23: Washington, 7:30

Oct. 25: at New Orleans, 7, ESPN

Oct. 27: Portland, 6

Oct. 29: at Denver, 8

NOVEMBER

Nov. 1: L.A. Lakers, 8:30, ESPN

Nov. 3: at Cleveland, 6:30

Nov. 6: Orlando, 7:30

Nov. 8: New York, 7:30

Nov. 9: at Memphis, 7

Nov. 11: at Boston, 6:30

Nov. 14: at New York 7, TNT

Nov. 16: Toronto, 7:30

Nov. 18: San Antonio, 7:30

Nov. 20: Golden State, 6:30, ESPN

Nov. 22: Cleveland, 7:30

Nov. 24: at Houston, 2:30

Nov. 26: L.A. Clippers, 7:30

Nov. 29: at Phoenix, 8

DECEMBER

Dec. 1: at L.A. Lakers, 3

Dec. 3: at New Orleans, 6:30, TNT

Dec. 4: Minnesota, 7:30

Dec. 7: New Orleans, 1

Dec. 8: Sacramento, 6

Dec. 12: at Detroit, 8 (Mexico City, Mexico)

Dec. 14: Miami, 7:30

Dec. 16: at Milwaukee, 7

Dec. 18: Boston, 7:30

Dec. 20: at Philadelphia, 7, ESPN

Dec. 22: at Toronto, 2:30

Dec. 26: San Antonio, 7:30

Dec. 28: at Golden State, 7:30

Dec. 29: at L.A. Lakers, 8:30

Dec. 31: at Oklahoma City, 7

JANUARY

Jan. 2: Brooklyn, 7:30

Jan. 4: Charlotte, 7:30

Jan. 6: Chicago, 7:30

Jan. 8: Denver, 6:30, ESPN

Jan. 10: L.A. Lakers, 7:30

Jan. 11: Philadelphia, 7:30

Jan. 14: at Golden State, 9:30

Jan. 15: at Sacramento, 9

Jan. 17: Portland, 8:30, ESPN

Jan. 21: L.A. Clippers, 7:30

Jan. 23: at Portland, 9:30, TNT

Jan. 25: at Utah, 4

Jan. 27: at Oklahoma City, 7

Jan. 28: Phoenix, 7:30

Jan. 31: at Houston, 7, ESPN

FEBRUARY

Feb. 1: Atlanta, 7:30

Feb. 3: at Indiana, 6

Feb. 5: Memphis, 7:30

Feb. 7: at Washington, 6

Feb. 8: at Charlotte, 6

Feb. 10: Utah, 7:30

Feb. 12: Sacramento, 7:30

Feb. 14-16 All Star Weekend, Chicago, Ill.

Feb. 21: at Orlando, 6

Feb. 22: at Atlanta, 6:30

Feb. 24: Minnesota, 7:30

Feb. 26: at San Antonio, 6:30, ESPN

Feb. 28: at Miami, 7

MARCH

Mar. 1: at Minnesota, 2:30

Mar. 2: at Chicago, 7

Mar. 4: New Orleans, 7:30

Mar. 6: Memphis, 7:30

Mar. 8: Indiana, 6

Mar. 10: at San Antonio, 7, TNT

Mar. 11: Denver, 7:30

Mar. 14: Phoenix, 1

Mar. 16: at L.A. Clippers, 9:30, ESPN

Mar. 17: at Sacramento, 9

Mar. 19: at Portland, 9

Mar. 21: at Phoenix, 9

Mar. 23: Houston, 7:30

Mar. 26: Utah, 7:30

Mar. 29: Milwaukee, 2

APRIL

Apr. 1: at Minnesota, 7

Apr. 3: at Memphis, 7

Apr. 5: at Brooklyn, 5

Apr. 7: Houston, 7:30

Apr. 11: Detroit, 2

Apr. 13: at Denver, 8

Apr. 15: Oklahoma City, 6:30

All Times Dallas Time (CT)

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Stefan Stevenson has been covering sports for the Star-Telegram since 1997. He spent five years covering TCU athletics, which included two BCS bowls, two trips to the college World Series and the move to the Big 12. He has covered the Texas Rangers since 2014 and started reporting on the Dallas Cowboys in 2016.
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