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Here’s the Milwaukee Bucks schedule for the 2021-22 season

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

Giannis Antetokounmpo #34 of the Milwaukee Bucks goes up for a shot against Deandre Ayton #22 of the Phoenix Suns during the second half in Game Six of the NBA Finals at Fiserv Forum on July 20, 2021 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports

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

Honestly, the season couldn’t have ended any better for the Milwaukee Bucks, who won their second-ever NBA title, and their first in 50 years. Their backs were against the wall more than once in the postseason, but they overcame all odds and got the job done. After sweeping Miami in the first round, they lost their first two to the Brooklyn Nets in the conference semifinals, but charged back to win the series in seven games, with the final game ending 115-111 in overtime. The Bucks got past the Hawks 4-2, and then again had their backs against the wall as they went down 2-0 against the Phoenix Suns in the finals. Once again, against all odds, they won the next four straight and were crowned the 2020-21 NBA Champions with Giannis Antetokounmpo taking home the NBA Finals MVP honors.

Nobody expected the Bucks to make any blockbuster moves during the offseason, but free agent PJ Tucker left to sign with the Miami Heat leaving a hole in the team that won the championship last year. The Bucks signed young forward Semi Ojeleye who had spent several seasons with the Celtics in hopes that he can help fill the void left by Tucker, but only time will tell if that will pay off. They also picked up Grayson Allen from Memphis, Rodney Hood from Toronto, and 35-year-old George Hill from the Sixers in hopes of adding value to their team to defend their title next season.

Odds

NBA Championship: +850
Eastern Conference: +400
Odds to make playoffs: YES -8000, NO +2000
Win Total: 54.5 (Over -125, Under +105)

Notable National TV Games

Oct 19 — vs. Nets, TNT
Oct 31 — vs. Jazz, NBA TV
Nov 5 — vs. Knicks, ESPN
Nov 9 — @ Sixers, TNT
Nov 12 — @ Celtics, ESPN
Nov 17 — vs. Lakers, ESPN
Nov 26 — @ Nuggets, NBA TV
Dec 8 — @ Heat, ESPN
Dec 13 — @ Celtics, NBA TV
Dec 17 — @ Pelicans, ESPN
Dec 23 — @ Mavericks, NBA TV
Dec 25 — vs. Celtics, ABC
Jan 1 — vs. Pelicans, NBA TV
Jan 7 — @ Nets, ESPN
Jan 10 — @ Hornets, NBA TV
Jan 13 — vs. Warriors, TNT
Jan 17 — @ Hawks, TNT
Jan 28 — vs. Knicks, ESPN
Feb 1 — vs. Wizards, TNT
Feb 6 — @ Clippers, NBA TV
Feb 8 — @ Lakers, TNT
Feb 10 — @ Suns, TNT
Feb 14 — vs. Blazers, NBA TV
Feb 17 — vs. Sixers, TNT
Feb 26 — vs. Nets, ABC
Feb 28 — vs. Hornets, NBA TV
Mar 4 — @ Bulls, ESPN
Mar 6 — vs. Suns, ABC
Mar 9 — vs. Hawks, ESPN
Mar 12 — @ Warriors, ABC
Mar 14 — @ Jazz, ESPN
Mar 31 — @ Nets, TNT
Apr 1 — vs. Clippers, NBA TV
Apr 3 — vs. Mavericks, ABC
Apr 5 — @ Bulls, NBA TV
Apr 7 — vs. Celtics, TNT

Complete 2021-22 Bucks regular season schedule