The NBA and the Milwaukee Bucks have released their 2011-12 full game schedules.

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NBA National Television Schedule Highlights:

Opening Night: Mavericks will begin their title defense on Nov. 1 at home against the Bulls (8 ET, TNT), followed by Thunder vs. Lakers (10:30 ET, TNT)

Western Conference finals rematch: Thunder vs. Mavericks on Nov. 5 (8:30 ET, NBA TV)

On the Rise: Thunder vs. Bulls on Nov. 10 (8 ET, TNT)

Star Power: Lakers vs. Heat on Dec. 8 (8 ET on TNT) and Heat vs. Lakers on March 4 (3:30 ET, ABC)

Christmas Day triple-header: Celtics vs. Knicks (noon ET, ESPN), Heat vs. Mavericks (2:30 ET, ABC) and Bulls vs. Lakers (5 ET, ABC)

MLK Day: Bulls vs. Grizzlies (1 ET, ESPN), Raptors vs. Hawks (4 ET, NBA TV), Thunder vs. Celtics (8 ET, TNT) and Mavericks vs. Lakers (10:30 ET, TNT)

Eastern Conference finals rematch: Bulls vs. Heat on Jan. 19 (8 ET, TNT)

Battle: Los Angeles:   Lakers vs. Clippers on Jan. 20 (10:30 ET, ESPN)

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Milwaukee Bucks 2011-12 Schedule Highlights:

• Opening Night:   @San Antonio, Wednesday, November 2nd

• First Home Game:  New York Knicks, Saturday, November 5th

• 2011 NBA Champion Dallas Mavericks make their lone Bradley Center appearance on Saturday, December 15

•  Eastern Conference Champion Miami Heat make two stops in Milwaukee (Feb. 15, Mar. 22)

•  Two Saturday night home match-ups against Central Division Champion Chicago Bulls (Nov. 26, Feb. 4)

•  A three-game home stand over the Christmas holiday featuring Philadelphia (Dec. 21), Utah (Dec. 23) and Oklahoma City (Dec. 27)

• New Year’s Day Game: @Denver Nuggets

• A stretch in January where the Bucks will embark on road trips of five games (Jan. 1 – Jan. 7), three games (Jan. 13 – Jan. 16) and four games (Jan. 20 – Jan. 27) with two home games in between against San Antonio (Jan. 10) and Golden State (Jan. 18)

• After playing 12 of 14 on the road to start 2012, the Bucks welcome the Los Angeles Lakers to the Bradley Center (Jan. 28) as part of a three-game home stand including Detroit (Jan. 30) and Washington (Feb. 1)

• A season-long five game home stand where the Bucks will face Minnesota (Mar. 31), Atlanta (Apr. 3), Toronto (Apr. 7), Charlotte (Apr. 9) and New York (Apr. 11)

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  • Anita

    January is proof that the NBA couldn’t care less about teams like the Bucks. It’s all about the big stars and the teams that THEY play for.