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Here’s the Los Angeles Lakers schedule for the 2021-22 season

The NBA will release the full 2021-2022 regular season schedule on Friday. We break down the Lakers schedule, including primetime games.

LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers and Anthony Davis #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers stand for the National Anthem during Round 1, Game 6 of the 2021 NBA Playoffs on June 3, 2021 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images

The NBA released its 2021-2022 regular season schedule on Friday. We’ve got a look at the Los Angeles Lakers key games and notable odds with the draft a wrap and free agency mostly behind us.

The 2019-20 NBA Champions were unable to recreate their previous season as they eked into the playoffs thanks to a 103-100 win over the Warriors in the play-in tournament, but they exited quickly at the hands of the Phoenix Suns who defeated them 4-2 in the first round. Earlier in the season they looked like real title contenders with LeBron James and Anthony Davis leading the way, while bringing in key guys like Montrezl Harrell, Marc Gasol, and Dennis Schroder. Unfortunately for LA, both Davis and James suffered injuries that kept them out long-term as they watched their team slip further down the standings. By the time they were both on the court together again, they couldn’t put together the performances they needed to make a playoff run.

The Lakers made waves on draft day when it was announced they signed Russell Westbrook from the Wizards in exchange for Montrezl Harrell, Kyle Kuzma, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. LA also sent an immediate first-round draft pick their way while Washington threw two future second-round picks back to the Lakers. In addition, the Lakers also picked up Carmelo Anthony on a one-year deal from Portland, which should add some decent points off the bench. They also signed Kent Bazemore, Dwight Howard, Wayne Ellington, and Trevor Ariza to veteran-minimum deals to shore up their depth ahead of the upcoming season. Finally, the Lakers also secured Kendrick Nunn on a two-year $10 million contract, while bringing in Malik Monk on a one-year deal.


NBA Championship: +380
Western Conference: +170
Odds to make playoffs: YES -3500, NO +1300
Win Total: 52.5 (Over -110, Under -110)

Notable National TV Games

Oct 19 — vs. Warriors, TNT
Oct 22 — vs. Suns, ESPN
Nov 6 — @ Blazers, NBA TV
Nov 8 — vs. Hornets, NBA TV
Nov 10 — vs. Heat, ESPN
Nov 15 — vs. Bulls, NBA TV
Nov 17 — @ Bucks, ESPN
Nov 19 — @ Celtics, ESPN
Nov 23 — @ Knicks, TNT
Dec 3 — vs. Clippers, ESPN
Dec 7 — vs. Celtics, TNT
Dec 15 — @ Mavericks, ESPN
Dec 21 — vs. Suns, TNT
Dec 25 — vs. Nets, ABC/ESPN
Dec 29 — @ Grizzlies, NBA TV
Dec 31 — vs. Blazers, NBA TV
Jan 4 — vs. Kings, NBA TV
Jan 7 — vs. Hawks, ESPN
Jan 15 — @ Nuggets, NBA TV
Jan 17 — vs. Jazz, NBA TV
Jan 23 — @ Heat, NBA TV
Jan 25 — @ Nets, TNT
Jan 27 — @ Sixers, TNT
Feb 3 — @ Clippers, TNT
Feb 5 — vs. Knicks, ABC
Feb 8 — vs. Bucks, TNT
Feb 12 — @ Warriors, ABC
Feb 16 — vs. Jazz, ESPN
Feb 25 — vs. Clippers, ESPN
Feb 27 — vs. Pelicans, ESPN
Mar 1 — vs. Mavericks, TNT
Mar 3 — @ Clippers, TNT
Mar 5 — vs. Warriors, ABC
Mar 11 — vs. Wizards, NBA TV
Mar 13 — @ Suns, ESPN
Mar 23 — vs. Sixers, ESPN
Mar 29 — @ Mavericks, TNT
Mar 31 — @ Jazz, TNT
Apr 1 — vs. Pelicans, NBA TV
Apr 3 — vs. Nuggets, ABC
Apr 5 — @ Suns, NBA TV
Apr 7 — @ Warriors, TNT

Complete 2021-22 Lakers regular season schedule