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The 2018-2019 calendar of the NBA was revealed yesterday.
The NBA unveiled yesterday its calendar for the 2018-2019 season, which highlights the returns of LeBron James to Cleveland and Kawhi Leonard to San Antonio, in a campaign that has tried to reduce the burden of consecutive games.
In this way, the teams will play an average of 13.3 'back to back' throughout the season, two matches on two consecutive nights, the lowest number in their history.
In addition, the league made disappear for the first time in its history the tours of eight parties in 12 days.
The NBA has focused its efforts in recent years to lower the intensity to try to combat the numerous injuries suffered by many of its stars, such as Gordon Hayward, DeMarcus Cousins, Kristaps Porzingis or Kawhi Leonard last season.
On the other hand, the arrival of LeBron James to Los Angeles will make the Californian box the one that has more games broadcast nationwide, with 43, ahead of the Golden State Warriors (40), the Boston Celtics, the Houston Rockets and the Philadelphia 76ers, all of them with 39.
The return of James to Cleveland will be on November 21, Leonard's return to San Antonio on January 3 and the Warriors and Rockets will re-issue the Western Conference finals on November 15 as several of the highlights.