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2014-15 Washington Wizards schedule features 10 (!) national TV games

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Yup, that's a huge change. Here's the 2014-15 NBA schedule.

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The 2014-15 Washington Wizards schedule is out. The full thing is below. It features a whopping 10 (!!!!) national television games, including the noon Christmas Day game against the Knicks.

It does begin with two straight road games, though. The Wizards will face the revamped Heat at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 29, then travel to face the Magic on the road at 7 p.m. on Oct. 30. The home opener is on Nov. 1 against the Bucks.

But you want to know about the national TV games. Here they are:

NOVEMBER 5: vs. Indiana Pacers (8 p.m. ESPN)

NOVEMBER 21: vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (8 p.m. ESPN)

DECEMBER 25: at New York Knicks (noon, ESPN)

JANUARY 9: vs. Chicago Bulls (8 p.m., ESPN)

JANUARY 21: vs. Oklahoma City Thunder YES YES YES (8 p.m. ESPN)

JANUARY 28: at Phoenix Suns (10:30 p.m. ESPN)

FEBRUARY 20: vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (8 p.m., ESPN)

MARCH 6: vs. Miami Heat (8 p.m., ESPN)

MARCH 18: at Utah Jazz (10:30 p.m., ESPN)

APRIL 14: at Indiana Pacers (8 p.m., TNT)

Here's the full thing:

OCTOBER/NOVEMBER

29: at Miami (7:30)

30: at Orlando (7)

1: vs. Milwaukee (7)

4: at New York (7:30)

5: vs. Indiana (8, ESPN)

7: at Toronto (7:30)

8: at Indiana (7)

12: vs. Detroit (7)

15: vs. Orlando (7)

19: vs. Dallas (7)

21: at Cleveland (8, ESPN)

22: at Milwaukee (8:30)

25: Atlanta (7)

26: at Cleveland (7)

29: New Orleans (7)

DECEMBER

1: Miami (7)

3: LA Lakers (7)

5: Denver (7, NBATV)

7: at Boston (1 p.m.)

8: Boston (7)

10: at Orlando (7)

12: LA Clippers (7)

14: Utah (6)

16: Minnesota (7)

19: at Miami (7:30)

21: Phoenix (6)

23: Chicago (7)

25: at New York (noon, ESPN)

27: Boston (7)

29: at Houston (8)

30: at Dallas (8:30)

JANUARY

2: at Oklahoma City (8)

3: at San Antonio (8:30)

5: at New Orleans (8, NBATV)

7: New York (7)

9: Chicago (8, ESPN)

11: at Atlanta (3 p.m.)

13: San Antonio (7)

14: at Chicago (8)

16: Brooklyn (7)

17: at Brooklyn (8)

19: Philadelphia (2 p.m., MLK Day)

21: Oklahoma City (8, ESPN)

24: at Portland (10, NBATV)

25: at Denver (8 p.m., NBATV)

27: at LA Lakers (10:30)

28: at Phoenix (10:30, ESPN)

31: Toronto (7)

FEBRUARY

2: Charlotte (7)

4: at Atlanta (7:30)

5: at Charlotte (7)

7: Brooklyn (7)

9: Orlando (7)

11: at Toronto (7:30)

12-19: ALL STAR BREAK

19: TRADE DEADLINE

20: Cleveland (8, ESPN)

22: at Detroit (3:30 p.m.)

24: Golden State (7 p.m.)

25: at Minnesota (8)

27: at Philadelphia (7)

28: Detroit (7)

MARCH

3: at Chicago (8)

6: Miami (8, ESPN)

7: at Milwaukee (8:30)

9: at Charlotte (7)

12: Memphis (7)

14: Sacramento (7, NBATV)

16: Portland (7)

18: at Utah (10:30, ESPN)

20: at LA Clippers (10:30)

22: at Sacramento (6)

23: at Golden State (10:30)

25: Indiana (7)

27: Charlotte (7)

29: Houston (6)

APRIL

1: Philadelphia (7)

3: New York (3)

4: at Memphis (8)

8: at Philadelphia (7)

10: at Brooklyn (7:30)

12: Atlanta (6)

14: at Indiana (8, TNT)

15: at Cleveland (8)