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Jul 19

Orlando Magic’s 2011-12 regular season schedule released

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Via the Orlando Magic:

The National Basketball Association today released its 2011-12 schedule and announced the Orlando Magic will open its 23rd season on Wednesday, November 2 at Amway Center against Charlotte. Tip-off is 7 p.m.

Orlando Magic season tickets, partial plans, group and single-game Amway Center suite rental opportunities are on sale now. Ticket highlights include: 2,500 seats priced $20 or less, 8,000 seats priced $40 or less and 9,000 seats priced $50 or under. Single-game tickets will go on sale in October. A limited number of season tickets are available through the Orlando Magic Box Office by calling 407-89-MAGIC or visiting orlandomagic.com. Fans will receive refunds, with interest, in the event games are missed because of the NBA work stoppage.

Orlando opens training camp on October 4 at Amway Center. The Magic’s complete regular season schedule is available through their official website: orlandomagic.com. The entire NBA schedule can be found on the league’s official website: NBA.com.

The 61st NBA All-Star Game will be played on Sunday, February 26 at Amway Center, which will also host the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam on Friday, February 24 and NBA All-Star Saturday Night presented by State Farm on Saturday, February 25. NBA All-Star Jam Session presented by adidas, the hugely successful interactive basketball celebration, will be held at the Orange County Convention Center.

On March 7-8, Orlando will travel to London, England for a pair of regular season games against the New Jersey Nets. Both games will be played at London’s O2 Arena. It marks the second time in franchise history that the Magic will have regular season games scheduled outside of the United States. In 1996-97, Orlando also played New Jersey in a pair of contests in Tokyo, Japan.

Orlando has 14 national television games scheduled. The Magic will appear once on ABC (February 19 @ Miami), five times on ESPN and eight times on TNT.

The Magic’s local broadcast schedule will be released at a later date.

Each NBA team will play an 82-game regular season: 41 home and 41 away. The Magic will play 52 games vs. the Eastern Conference (18 games vs. the Atlantic Division, 18 games vs. the Central Division and 16 games vs. the Southeast Division) and 30 games against the Western Conference (10 games each vs. the Northwest Division, the Southwest Division and the Pacific Division).

Orlando will play a total of 20 home games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday this season. The 2011-12 Magic schedule also features 17 back-to-back contests (34 games played on consecutive nights).

Orlando will play 15 games in November (9 home, 6 away), 14 games in December (6 home, 8 away), 16 games in January (7 home, 9 away), 13 games in February (6 home, 7 away), 14 games in March (9 home, 5 away) and 10 games in April (4 home, 6 away).

The Magic’s longest homestand is four games, which will occur twice – from November 6-13 (four games in eight days) and December 21-29 (four games in nine days). Orlando’s longest road trip is five games, taking place December 5-14 (five games in 10 days).

Orlando closes the season on Wednesday, April 18 at Boston.

Click here for the 2011-2012 schedule.

1 comments
Carlo Simone
Carlo Simone

It's never a good thing to have less nationally televised games because that means you're less relevant.  But sometimes I look at this as a good thing because I hate watching nationally televised games.  There are very few crews that can compare to Matty and David.