The San Antonio Spurs’ 2017-2018 regular season 82-game regular season schedule was released Monday. To view the entire schedule, you can visit the Spurs’ link here.
Here are a few details and marquee matchups in the Spurs’ new season schedule.
October 18 – The Spurs will open the regular season against the new-look Minnesota Timberwolves who added Jimmy Butler, Jeff Teague and Taj Gibson.
October 27 – The Spurs will travel to Orlando to face former Spur Jonathon Simmons and his new team the Magic.
October 30 – The Spurs will see the revamped Boston Celtics who added All-Star Gordon Hayward, as well as former Spur Aron Baynes.
November 2 – The Western Conference Finals rematch will take place as the Spurs host the defending champion Golden State Warriors.
November 17 – The Spurs will will host the new All-Star tandem of Russell Westbrook and Paul George with the Oklahoma City Thunder, who also added Patrick Patterson to their team.
November 20 – Former Spur Dewayne Dedmon will visit the Alamo City with his new team the Atlanta Hawks.
December 15 – The Spurs will get their first look at their division rival the Houston Rockets, who added Chris Paul and P.J. Tucker to their squad this summer.
January 13 – The Spurs will see the Denver Nuggets for the first time this season after Denver brought Paul Millsap over through free agency.
January 23 – The Spurs will host the defending Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers with their three All-Stars in LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love.
April 11 – The Spurs’ regular season will conclude with a game at New Orleans against All-Stars Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins.
Games by Month
October: 6 games
November: 14 games
December: 14 games
January: 16 games
February: 9 games
March: 14 games
April: 6 games
The Spurs will play in 14 back-to-back sets this season.
Rodeo Road Trip
The Spurs’ Rodeo Road Trip will take place from February 7 to February 25, where San Antonio will face the following six opponents:
@ Golden State
The Spurs will have 10 days off during the All-Star break.