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Sixers open at Orlando, schedule set

The 76ers will open their season the same way last season ended — against the Orlando Magic.

Sixers open at Orlando, schedule set

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The 76ers will open their season the same way last season ended — against the Orlando Magic.

The Sixers visit Orlando on Wednesday, Oct. 28, in the opener, according to the NBA schedule released today.

The home opener at the Wachovia Center is two nights later against Milwaukee on Oct. 30.

The NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers make their only visit to Philadelphia on Jan. 29.

LeBron James, Shaquille O'Neal and Cleveland comes to town on Dec. 16 and March 12.

The Sixers have two substantial stretches of road games — playing seven of eight away from home from Nov. 21 to Dec. 5 and their annual holiday road trip with six games from Dec. 22 to Jan. 3.

The first trip leads into five consecutive home games, beginning Dec. 7 against Denver.


OCTOBER
Wed. 28 AT Orlando, 7
Fri. 30 Milwaukee, 7
Sat. 31 AT New York, 7

NOVEMBER
Tue. 3 Boston, 7
Fri. 6 New Jersey, 7
Sun. 8 AT Detroit, 1
Mon. 9 Phoenix, 7
Wed. 11 AT New Jersey, 7:30
Fri. 13 Utah, 7
Sat. 14 AT Chicago, 8
Wed. 18 Charlotte, 7
Fri. 20 Memphis, 7
Sat. 21 AT Cleveland, 7:30
Tue. 24 AT Washington, 7
Wed. 25 AT Boston, 7:30
Fri. 27 Atlanta, 7
Sun. 29 AT San Antonio, 7
Mon. 30 AT Dallas, 8:30

DECEMBER
Wed. 2 AT Oklahoma City, 8
Sat. 5 AT Charlotte, 7
Mon. 7 Denver, 7
Wed. 9 Detroit, 7
Fri. 11 Houston, 7
Mon. 14 Golden State, 7
Wed. 16 Cleveland, 7
Fri. 18 AT Boston, 7:30
Sat. 19 Los Angeles Clippers, 7
Tue. 22 AT Washington, 7
Sat. 26 AT Utah, 9
Mon. 28 AT Portland, 10
Wed. 30 AT Sacramento, 10
Thu. 31 AT L.A. Clippers, 9:30

JANUARY
Sun. 3 AT Denver, 8
Tue. 5 Washington, 7
Fri. 8 Toronto, 7
Sat. 9 AT Detroit, 7:30
Mon. 11 New Orleans, 7
Wed. 13 New York, 7
Fri. 15 Sacramento, 7
Mon. 18 AT Minnesota, 3:30
Wed. 20 Portland, 7
Fri. 22 Dallas, 7
Sat. 23 AT Indiana, 7
Mon. 25 Indiana, 7
Wed. 27 AT Milwaukee, 7
Fri. 29 L.A. Lakers, 7
Sun. 31 AT New Jersey, 6

FEBRUARY
Wed. 3 Chicago, 7
Fri. 5 AT New Orleans, 8
Sat. 6 AT Houston, 8:30
Tue. 9 Minnesota, 7
Wed. 10 AT Toronto, 7
Tue. 16 Miami, 7
Fri. 19 San Antonio, 7
Sat. 20 AT Chicago, 8
Tue. 23 AT Golden State, 10:30
Wed. 24 AT Phoenix, 9
Fri. 26 AT L.A. Lakers, 10:30

MARCH
Mon. 1 Orlando, 7
Wed. 3 AT Atlanta, 7
Fri. 5 Boston, 7
Sun. 7 AT Toronto, Noon
Tue. 9 AT Indiana, 7
Wed. 10 Charlotte, 7
Fri. 12 Cleveland, 7
Sun. 14 AT Miami, 6
Mon. 15 New York, 7
Wed. 17 New Jersey, 7
Fri. 19 AT New York, 7:30
Sat. 20 Chicago, 7
Mon. 22 Orlando, 7
Wed. 24 AT Milwaukee, 8
Fri. 26 Atlanta, 7
Tue. 30 Oklahoma City, 7
Wed. 31 AT Charlotte, 7

APRIL
Sat. 3 Toronto, 1
Tue. 6 Detroit, 7
Wed. 7 AT Miami, 7:30
Fri. 9 Milwaukee, 7
Sat. 10 AT Memphis, 7
Mon. 12 Miami, 7
Wed. 14 AT Orlando, 8
 

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Bob Cooney has been at the Daily News for more than 20 years, working in the sports department for the past 15. This is his third season on the Sixers beat. He has covered just about everything, but mostly college basketball, where he was the La Salle beat writer for six seasons. E-mail Bob at cooneyb@phillynews.com and follow him on Twitter.

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