With the planned release video, Rockets reveal all games of the 2022-23 season

Like all NBA teams, the Houston Rockets announced their full game schedule for the 2022-23 regular season on Wednesday. And this year the young troupe did it with a little extra flair.

When the schedule dropped at 2:00 p.m. CDT, the Rockets announced it via a social media release video, with almost the entire roster taking on acting roles from the Toyota Center.

It was a clever twist on an often mundane process, and even recently drafted newcomers like Jabari Smith Jr., Tari Eason and TyTy Washington got involved in the action. Watch the video produced by the team here and keep scrolling for the announcement of the team’s official schedule.

The announcement includes specific dates and betting times for all 2022-23 games, including four nationally televised competitions.

From Rocket’s PR:

The Houston Rockets today announced their schedule for the 2022-23 regular season, which is celebrating 55 years as an NBA franchise.

AT&T SportsNet will broadcast the full 82-game schedule, with ESPN also covering the Jan. 11 Rockets game in Sacramento and NBA TV covering three more games. All games will be available on the Houston Rockets’ home radio stations SportsTalk 790 KBME and NewsRadio 740 KTRH, as well as in Spanish on TUDN 93.3 FM.

Tickets for Rockets home games can be purchased at Rockets.com.

The Rockets will open the season in Atlanta on October 19 before playing their home game against Memphis on October 21. Ten of Houston’s first 13 games will be played away, including two four-game trips. That equates to the most away games of any team in the first 13 games of a season in NBA history.

From mid-November through Christmas, Houston will play 13 of 19 games at the Toyota Center, including a four-game homestand from November 18-26 and a season-high seven straight home games from December 11-23. In December, the Rockets will host six of the eight teams that made the conference semifinals last season, including Philadelphia on December 5.

The Rockets will play eight of 12 away games from December 26 through January 16, culminating in back-to-back games with the Los Angeles Clippers and Lakers. Following that trip, eight of Houston’s next 11 games will be played at home before a season-high five-tie road game Feb. 10-26, paused by the NBA All-Star Weekend in Salt Lake City (Feb ). 17-19).

Over a period of February 28 through March 20, Houston will play 10 of 12 at the Toyota Center and finish with a six-game homestand that includes games against Boston, the Lakers and Golden State. The Rockets will play seven of their last 10 games away from home, including the season finale in Washington on April 9.

The Rockets have 13 sets of consecutive games this season, including two in their first eight games and four in March. Four of the back-to-backs feature both games at the Toyota Center, while four take place on the streets in different cities.

Houston plays at least one home and one away game this season against every NBA team, including Western Conference opponents, twice home and away, with the exception of the following: Los Angeles Lakers (2 home games, 1 away game), Phoenix (1 home game). , 2 street), Portland (1 house, 2 street) and Utah (2 house, 1 street).

As a daily breakdown, the Rockets have 16 games on Monday (9 home games), five on Tuesday (4 home games), 18 on Wednesday (8 home games), six on Thursday (3 home games), 14 on Friday (7 home games), 12 on Saturday (4 home) and 11 on Sunday (6 home).


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Story originally appeared on Rockets Wire

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