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Between their exhibition and regular season schedules, the Washington Wizards are ensured at least 11 games as part of the NBA's restart in Orlando and all of them will be broadcasted on NBC Sports Washington channels.

Each of their three exhibition games will be on NBC Sports Washington. The first is Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. against the Denver Nuggets.

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All eight regular season games will also air on NBC Sports Washington channels. Seven will be on NBC Sports Washington, and the Aug. 3 match-up against Indiana will be on NBC Sports Washington Plus.

The Wizards' regular season schedule begins on July 31 at 4 p.m. with a game against the Phoenix Suns. The Wizards' final game is scheduled for Aug. 13 against the Boston Celtics.

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Here is the full TV schedule:


Exhibition

DATE                OPPONENT                  TIME                          TV

July 22              at Denver                      3:30 p.m. ET            NBCSW
July 25              vs. LA Clippers             8 p.m. ET                  NBCSW
July 27              at LA Lakers                 3 p.m. ET                  NBCSW

Regular Season

 

July 31              vs. Phoenix                   4 p.m. ET                  NBCSW
Aug. 2               at Brooklyn                   2 p.m. ET                  NBCSW
Aug. 3               vs. Indiana                    4 p.m. ET                  NBCSW Plus
Aug. 5               vs. Philadelphia            4 p.m. ET                 NBCSW, NBATV
Aug. 7               at New Orleans            8 p.m. ET                  NBCSW
Aug. 9               at Oklahoma City        12:30 p.m. ET           NBCSW
Aug. 11            vs. Milwaukee               9 p.m. ET                  NBCSW
Aug. 13            at Boston                       TBD                            NBCSW

 

The Wizards could end up playing more than these 11 games if they qualify for the postseason play-in tournament. They are 5 1/2 games back from the eight-seed in the East and need to get within four to earn more games.

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