LeBron James will make his only visit to Cleveland on November 21, when the Los Angeles Lakers play against the Cavaliers in the home state of the NBA's four-time MVP.
The NBA unveiled its full calendar for the regular season this Friday, two days after announcing the dates of the games that will be televised nationwide.
The regular season starts on October 16, when Philadelphia will visit Boston and Oklahoma City will be in Golden State. The campaign ends on April 10.
Defending champion Golden State will play Houston for the first time since their Western Conference finals went to seven games on November 15, while Toronto will visit San Antonio on January 3 in the first meeting between the teams. from his great trade of DeMar DeRozan by Kawhi Leonard.
Utah and Orlando will meet in Mexico City on December 15, while the New York Knicks and the Washington Wizards will play the ninth regular-season NBA game in London on January 17.
The league will begin its season before, in its effort to limit the number of consecutive games. The teams will average only 13.3 duels in consecutive days, a decrease of 31% compared to the 2014-15 season when the average was 19.3% per club.
No squad will play four games in five days for the second season in a row and for the first time in history no franchise will play eight games in a span of 12 days.