Dallas Mavericks in Orlando schedule released

On Friday night, the NBA released the next game schedule for the 22 teams invited to Disney World to end the regular season. The first game for Dallas is July 31 and the final game is two weeks later on August 13. The games are as follows (all hours are central time)

According to Mark Followill of the Dallas broadcast, all games will be available on local television, even if the games are also broadcast nationwide.

The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor says the Mavericks have five games that will also air on ABC, ESPN, or TNT and one game on NBAtv. That means that all but two games will be available across the country. As of right now, it is unclear whether NBA / Turner Sports will launch a League Pass-like product for all games.

Brad Townsend had this gem in the strength of the calendar:

The final standings will be determined by winning percentage, making each game important to the Dallas Mavericks. Although 1.5 games is enough ground to make up for in eight games, ESPN’s Kevin Pelton has repeatedly mentioned that in his projections the Mavericks improved their position in the middle of their simulations.

We will have more analysis on the upcoming games and the situation in Orlando in the coming days and weeks.