The Wolves will enjoy four four-game homestands with the first occurring from Nov. 19-26, highlighted by a visit from the NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs (Nov. 21).
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Timberwolves Set to Tip Off 2014-15 Season on Oct. 29 at Memphis; Home Opener Oct. 30 vs. Detroit

Limited Number of Lower-Level Full-Season Memberships Available for As Low As $25 Per Game

The Minnesota Timberwolves will tip off their 26th regular season in the NBA as they travel to Memphis to take on the Grizzlies on Wednesday, Oct. 29. This season is the first time the Wolves have opened on the road since the 2000-01 campaign. The Wolves home opener is the following night, Thursday, Oct. 30 at 7:00 p.m., against the Detroit Pistons. A limited number of lower-level full-season memberships are still available for as low as $25 per game by visiting www.timberwolves.com/membership or by calling 612-673-1234.

The Wolves will enjoy four four-game homestands with the first occurring from Nov. 19-26, highlighted by a visit from the NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs (Nov. 21). The second four-game homestand from Dec. 8-14 features visits from Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors (Dec. 8) and Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers (Dec. 14). The third four-game homestand from Jan. 1-7 kicks off with a New Year's Day game against the Sacramento Kings. The final four-game homestand is from Feb. 28-March 7 and features the lone visit to Target Center from Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers. Other notable home games include Jan. 31 vs. LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers and Dec. 12 and April 15 vs. Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Kobe Bryant and the Lakers return to Target Center on March 25 and Kevin Garnett and the Brooklyn Nets come to Minnesota on March 16.

The Wolves will play four nationally-televised games this season: Nov. 1 vs. Chicago on NBA TV, Nov. 12 vs. Houston in Mexico City on ESPN, Jan. 7 vs. Phoenix on ESPN and April 10 at the Los Angeles Lakers on NBA TV.

Minnesota’s 2014-15 local television broadcast schedule will be released at a later date. Following are key facts regarding the Wolves' 2014-15 regular-season schedule.

Timberwolves 2014-15 Opponent Breakdown

Northwest Division

Denver (H: 1/5, 3/4; A: 12/26, 1/17); Oklahoma City (H: 12/12, 4/15; A: 1/26, 3/13); Portland (H: 12/10, 3/7; A: 11/30, 4/8); Utah: (H: 1/3, 3/30; A: 12/30, 3/23).

Pacific Division

Golden State (H: 12/8, 2/11; A: 12/27, 4/11); L.A. Clippers (H: 3/2; A: 12/1, 3/9); L.A. Lakers (H: 12/14, 3/25; A: 11/28, 4/10); Phoenix (H: 1/7, 2/20; A: 1/16, 3/11); Sacramento (H: 11/22, 1/1; A: 4/7).

Southwest Division

Dallas (H: 1/21; A: 11/15, 2/2); Houston (H: 11/12*, 12/5; A: 2/23, 3/27); Memphis (H: 2/6, 2/28; A: 10/29); New Orleans (H: 1/23; A: 11/14, 3/29); San Antonio (H: 11/21, 1/10; A: 12/6, 3/15).

Atlantic Division

Boston (H: 1/28; A: 12/19); Brooklyn (H: 3/16; A: 11/5); New York (H: 11/19; A: 3/19); Philadelphia (H: 12/3; A: 1/30); Toronto (H: 4/1; A: 3/18).

Central Division

Chicago (H: 11/1; A: 2/27); Cleveland (H: 1/31; A: 12/23); Detroit (H: 10/30 A: 2/8); Indiana (H: 12/21; A: 1/13); Milwaukee (H: 11/26; A: 1/9).

Southeast Division

Atlanta (H: 2/9; A: 1/25); Charlotte (H: 3/22; A: 1/19); Miami (H: 2/4; A: 11/8); Orlando (H: 4/3; A: 11/7); Washington (H: 2/25; A: 12/16).

*Game played in Mexico City

 

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