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Friday, December 2, 2011

All I want for Christmas is the NBA - Schedule of Games

The NBA Opening Day Schedule for Christmas! (The full regular-season and TV schedules are expected to be released December 6,2011)

You knew that the NBA players and owners would settle there labor disputes in time so as to have basketball games on Christmas Day! The advertizing income was too big of a carrot not to take a bite of and devour.

So after Santa has visited you and left all those gifts you didn't want or can't use. Before you go back to the store's on December 26 to try and return that tie or ugly sweater you wont wear. Sit down on the coach, flip on the TV and watch the Millionaires play for there Billionaires owners as the NBA is back!



The Christmas Day schedule is as follows!

Boston Celtics at the New York Knicks 12:00pm on TNT
(All-Star foursome of Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo (if he is STILL a Celtic) up against Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire.NO CP3 YET!?)

 
 

Miami Heat at the defending champion Dallas Mavericks 2:30 on ABC
(In a re-match of the 2011 NBA finals pits the fab three Lebron James,D-Wade and Chris Bosh facing off against Finals MVP Dirk Nowitzki.)

 

 
Chicago Bulls at the Los Angeles Lakers 5pm on ABC
(NBA MVP Derrick Rose faces off against perennial All-Star Kobe Bryant as the Lakers make a record-tying 13th Christmas Day appearance. But this time it will be for new coach Mike Brown.)

 

 

  
Oklahoma City Thunder at the Orlando Magic 8pm est on ESPN
(Two-time NBA scoring champion Kevin Durant faces off against three-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year Dwight Howard.)

 

Los Angeles Clippers at the Golden State Warriors at 10:30pm on ESPN
(2010-11 rookie of the year and slam dunk champion Blake Griffin faces off against rookie head coach and former NBA guard and noted TV analyst Mark Jackson.)



Let the Money begin to role again!