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Eight NBA teams play two sets of back-to-back-to-back games

December 6, 2011 |  6:29 pm

Ron Artest

Below is the complete NBA schedule featuring all the back-to-back-to-back games. Eight teams bolded below play two sets of them.

Atlanta - Miami (Jan. 5), Charlotte (Jan. 6) and Chicago (Jan. 7)

Boston - Toronto (April 13), New Jersey (April 14) and Charlotte (April 15)

Charlotte - Atlanta (April 12), Detroit (April 13) and Golden State (April 14)

Chicago - Detroit (Jan. 9), Minnesota (Jan. 10) and Washington (Jan. 11); 

Cleveland - Indiana (April 13), Washington (April 14) and Orlando (April 15)

Dallas - at Phoenix (March 8), at Sacramento (March 9), at Golden State (March 10)

Denver - at Lakers (Dec 31), Lakers (Jan 1), Milwaukee Jan 2); at Clippers (Feb 2), vs Lakers (Feb. 3), at Portland (Feb. 4)

Detroit - at Milwaukee (Jan. 30), at New York (Jan.31) at New Jersey (Feb. 1); April 17 (Cleveland), April 18 (at Atlanta), April 19 (Minnesota)

Golden State - at Dallas (April 20), at Houston (April 21), at Minnesota (April 22)

Houston - vs. San Antonio (Dec. 29), at Memphis (Dec. 30), vs. Atlanta (Dec. 31)

Indiana - vs. Miami (Feb. 14), at Cleveland (Feb. 15), vs. New Jersey (Feb. 16)

Clippers -  New Jersey (Jan. 16), at Utah (Jan. 17), vs. Dallas (Feb. 18)

Lakers - Chicago (Dec. 25), at Sacramento (Dec. 26) vs. Utah (Dec. 27)

Memphis - at Oklahoma City (April 2), vs. Warriors (April 3), at Dallas (April 4)

Miami - at Atlanta (Feb. 12), at Milwaukee (Feb. 13), at Indiana (Feb. 14)

Milwaukee - Charlotte (April 6), Portland (April 7), Oklahoma City (April 9)

Minnesota - at Washington (Jan 8), at Toronto (Jan 9), vs. Chicago (Jan. 13); at Clippers (Feb. 28), at Lakers (Feb. 29) at Phoenix (March 1); 

New Jersey - vs. Oklahoma City (Jan. 21), vs. Charlotte (Jan. 22), at Chicago (Jan. 23); at Chicago (Feb. 18), vs. Milwaukke (Feb. 19), at New York (Feb. 20)

New Orleans - at Oklahoma City (Feb. 20), at Indiana (Feb. 21), at Cleveland (Feb. 22)

New York - Chicago (Feb. 2), at Boston (Feb. 3), vs. New Jersey (Feb. 4)

Oklahoma City - vs. Houston (Jan 6), at Houston (Jan. 7) vs. San Antonio (Jan. 8)

Orlando - at New York (Jan. 16), vs. Charlotte (Jan. 17), vs. San Antonio (Jan. 18)

Sixers - vs. Indiana (Jan. 9), vs. Sacramento (Jan. 10), at New York (Jan. 11); at Orlando (April 16), vs. Indiana (April 17), at Cleveland (April 18)

Phoenix - at Golden State (Feb. 13), at Denver (Feb. 14), vs. Atlanta (Feb. 15); vs. Utah (March 14), at Clippers (March 15), vs. Detroit (March 16)

Portland - vs. Sacramento (Jan. 23), vs. Memphis (Jan. 24), at Golden State (Jan. 25); vs. Washington (Feb. 14), at Golden State (Feb. 15), vs. Clippers (Feb. 16)

Sacramento -at  Memphis (Jan. 3), at Denver (Jan. 4), vs. Milwaukee (Jan. 5), 

San Antonio - vs. Dallas (March 23), at New Orleans (March 24), vs. Sixers (March 25); at Golden State (April 16), at Lakers (April 17), at Sacramento (April 18)

Toronto - Minnesota (Jan. 9), at Washigtnon (Jan. 10), vs. Sacramento (Jan. 11)

Utah - at Memphis (Feb. 12), at New Orleans (Feb. 13), at Oklahoma City (April 14)

Washington - vs. Atlanta (March 24), at Boston (March 25), vs. Detroit (March 26)

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--Mark Medina

E-mail the Lakers blog at mgmedin@gmail.com

Photo: Lakers forward Metta World Peace plays defense on Chicago guard Derrick Rose during their meeting last season at Staples Center, where they'll open the 2011-12 season on Christmas Day. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times / November 23, 2010)


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