|Posted by shawn cassidy on July 17, 2011 at 11:15 PM|
The NBA schedule has been realesed in August the last few seasons. It's a nice surprise to see it out in mid-July. It doesn't mean anything on the lockout front,but it gives us something to talk about. I will be looking for the games against the Heat,Lakers,and Mavericks.
The Miami Herald reported in Sunday's editions that the Dallas Mavericks have been tabbed to play host to the Miami Heat on Christmas Day in an NBA Finals rematch, but that's almost certainly contingent on the lockout being lifted in time for the regular season to start as planned on Nov. 1.
Sources told ESPN.com that the schedule, as it stands, calls for the Mavericks to open the season Nov. 1 at home against the Chicago Bulls and raise their championship banner.
I'm sure this was set up so he wouldn't get booed in Cleveland. The hate might leave someday,or at least it will tone down through time,but make no mistake about it. Cleveland hates Lebron James.