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Full Boston Celtics 2022-23 schedule released they are the important dates

The schedule for the Boston Celtics (and all of those other NBAs) 2022-23 season has finally been released completely, with all 82 games for the Celtics coming campaign having been released by the league Wednesday afternoon.

Aside from the dates weve recently been made alert to (the opening night game contrary to the Philadelphia 76ers on Oct. 18, the East Finals rematch vs. the Miami Heat three days later, and the Christmas Day contest contrary to the Milwaukee Bucks chief included in this), we are able to now map out the high points of a season Boston is expected to contend for the 2023 NBA Championship by the end of.

Weve since learned of 37 national TV games, New Years, Easter, and Martin Luther King Day games, 13 back again to backs, a seven-game home stand, and a six-game road trip. Lets have a look at a few of the more important games on the Celtics 2022-23 slate of games.

Celtics schedule highlights:

37 National TV spots

Xmas, New Years Day, MLK, & Easter games

13 back-to-backs

7-game home-stand in Dec.

6-game road trip in Mar.

Celtics Lab Podcast (@CelticsLab) August 17, 2022

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