2012-2013 NBA Schedule: Lakers National TV Dates

The Los Angeles Lakers open their 2012-2013 NBA season by hosting the Dallas Mavericks at Staples Center on October 30. The schedule opener will be televised on TNT, one of 28 national TV dates for the Lakers next season. Here's a look at the nationally televised games on the Lakers schedule for the upcoming season.

ABC (six games)

December 25: vs. New York

January 27: vs. Oklahoma City

February 10: at Miami

February 24: at Dallas

March 10: vs. Chicago

April 7: at Clippers

TNT (nine games)

October 30: vs. Dallas

December 13: at New York

January 17: vs. Miami

January 21: at Chicago

February 7: at Boston

February 14: vs. Clippers

February 28: vs. Minnesota

March 5: at Oklahoma City

April 2: vs. Dallas

ESPN (nine games)

November 2: vs. Clippers

November 30: vs. Denver

December 7: at Oklahoma City

January 4: at Clippers

January 9: at San Antonio

January 11: vs. Oklahoma City

January 30: at Phoenix

February 20: vs. Boston

April 5: vs. Memphis

NBA TV (four games)

October 31: at Portland

December 2: vs. Orlando

March 25: at Golden State

April 14: vs. San Antonio

For more on the Lakers throughout the year, check out Silver Screen and Roll.

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