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New Orleans Pelicans' 2014-15 schedule released

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The NBA released the Pelicans' 2014-15 regular season schedule on Wednesday evening. It tips off Oct. 28 with a home matchup against Orlando.

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The New Orleans Pelicans will open their season Tuesday, Oct. 28, with a potentially easy home matchup against the Orlando Magic. The NBA announced the complete 2014-15 regular season schedule on Wednesday, giving fans around the league a guide for how the upcoming 82-game slate will shape up.

The Pelicans may have a rising star in Anthony Davis, but they won't be on national television much next season. The team has just two appearances across ESPN, TNT and ABC: a Dec. 4 matchup against Golden State on TNT and a Feb. 27 contest against Miami on ESPN. Otherwise, it's League Pass, local feeds or NBA TV for those hoping to watch every game.

New Orleans will also have to play 20 back-to-backs next season as a result of some changes to the NBA's scheduling, including an expanded All-Star weekend. So with all that out of the way, here's the slate for Davis and company heading into next season:

Date Opponent Time (ET) TV
Oct. 28 Orlando 8:00
Nov. 1 Dallas 7:00
Nov. 3 at Memphis 8:00
Nov. 4 Charlotte 8:00
Nov. 8 at San Antonio 8:30 NBATV
Nov. 10 at Cleveland 7:00
Nov. 12 Los Angeles 8:00
Nov. 14 Minnesota 8:00
Nov. 17 at Portland 10:00
Nov. 18 at Sacramento 10:00
Nov. 21 at Denver 9:00
Nov. 22 at Utah 9:00 NBATV
Nov. 25 Sacramento 8:00
Nov. 28 at Atlanta 7:30
Nov. 29 at Washington 7:00
Dec. 2 Oklahoma City 8:00
Dec. 4 at Golden State 10:30 TNT
Dec. 6 at Los Angeles 10:30
Dec. 7 at Los Angeles 9:30
Dec. 9 New York 8:00
Dec. 10 at Dallas 8:30
Dec. 12 Cleveland 8:00
Dec. 14 Golden State 6:00
Dec. 16 Utah 8:00
Dec. 18 at Houston 8:30
Dec. 20 Portland 7:00
Dec. 21 at Oklahoma City 7:00
Dec. 23 at Indiana 7:00
Dec. 26 San Antonio 8:00
Dec. 27 at Chicago 8:00
Dec. 30 Phoenix 8:00
Dec. 31 at San Antonio 7:00
Jan. 2 Houston 8:00
Jan. 5 Washington 8:00 NBATV
Jan. 7 at Charlotte 7:00
Jan. 9 Memphis 8:00
Jan. 12 at Boston 7:30 NBATV
Jan. 14 at Detroit 7:30
Jan. 16 at Philadelphia 7:00
Jan. 18 at Toronto 3:30
Jan. 19 at New York 5:30
Jan. 21 Los Angeles 8:00
Jan. 23 at Minnesota 8:00
Jan. 25 Dallas 6:00
Jan. 26 Philadelphia 8:00
Jan. 28 Denver 8:00
Jan. 30 Los Angeles 8:00
Feb. 2 Atlanta 8:00 NBATV
Feb. 4 Oklahoma City 8:00
Feb. 6 at Oklahoma City 8:00
Feb. 7 Chicago 7:00 NBATV
Feb. 9 Utah 8:00
Feb. 11 Indiana 8:00
Feb. 20 at Orlando 7:00
Feb. 21 at Miami 7:30
Feb. 23 Toronto 8:00 NBATV
Feb. 25 Brooklyn 8:00
Feb. 27 Miami 8:00 ESPN
Mar. 1 at Denver 8:00
Mar. 2 at Dallas 8:30
Mar. 4 Detroit 8:00
Mar. 6 Boston 8:00
Mar. 7 Memphis 7:00
Mar. 9 at Milwaukee 8:00
Mar. 10 at Brooklyn 7:30
Mar. 15 Denver 6:00
Mar. 17 Milwaukee 8:00
Mar. 19 at Phoenix 10:00
Mar. 20 at Golden State 10:30
Mar. 22 at Los Angeles 3:30
Mar. 25 Houston 8:00
Mar. 27 Sacramento 8:00
Mar. 29 Minnesota 4:00
Apr. 1 at Los Angeles 10:30
Apr. 3 at Sacramento 10:00
Apr. 4 at Portland 10:00
Apr. 7 Golden State 8:00
Apr. 8 at Memphis 8:00
Apr. 10 Phoenix 8:00
Apr. 12 at Houston 7:00 NBATV
Apr. 13 at Minnesota 8:00
Apr. 15 San Antonio 8:00