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Cleveland Cavaliers complete 2014-15 schedule released

The NBA schedule has been released which means that the Cleveland Cavaliers finally know when they are going to hit the floor running with the team that they have assembled and which teams stand in their way of achieving basketball immortality.

LeBron James is back in town, which means there will be considerable attention paid to the Cavaliers this season from the national media. There are a slew of games on national television this year for the Cavaliers but every game counts and the schedule gives us our first look at who will help the Cavs mold their roster into what it needs to be.

Here’s a look at the complete 2014-15 Cleveland Cavaliers schedule:

Date Opponent Time
Oct. 30 New York 8:00
Oct. 31 at Chicago 8:00
Nov. 4 at Portland 10:00
Nov. 5 at Utah 9:00
Nov. 7 at Denver 10:30
Nov. 10 New Orleans 7:00
Nov. 14 at Boston 7:30
Nov. 15 Atlanta 7:30
Nov. 17 Denver 7:00
Nov. 19 San Antonio 7:00
Nov. 21 at Washington 8:00
Nov. 22 Toronto 7:30
Nov. 24 Orlando 7:00
Nov. 26 Washington 7:00
Nov. 29 Indiana 7:30
Dec. 2 Milwaukee 7:00
Dec. 4 at New York 8:00
Dec. 5 at Toronto 7:30
Dec. 8 at Brooklyn 7:30
Dec. 9 Toronto 7:00
Dec. 11 at Oklahoma City 8:00
Date Opponent Time
Dec. 12 at New Orleans 8:00
Dec. 15 Charlotte 7:00
Dec. 17 Atlanta 7:00
Dec. 19 Brooklyn 7:30
Dec. 21 Memphis 4:30
Dec. 23 Minnesota 7:00
Dec. 25 at Miami 5:00
Dec. 26 at Orlando 7:00
Dec. 28 Detroit 4:30
Dec. 30 at Atlanta 7:30
Dec. 31 Milwaukee 7:00
Jan. 2 at Charlotte 7:00
Jan. 4 Dallas 1:00
Jan. 5 at Philadelphia 7:00
Jan. 7 Houston 7:00
Jan. 9 at Golden State 10:30
Jan. 11 at Sacramento 9:00
Jan. 13 at Phoenix 9:00
Jan. 15 at Los Angeles 10:30
Jan. 16 at Los Angeles 10:30
Jan. 19 Chicago 8:00
Date Opponent Time
Jan. 21 Utah 7:00
Jan. 23 Charlotte 7:30
Jan. 25 Oklahoma City 3:30
Jan. 27 at Detroit 7:30
Jan. 28 Portland 7:00
Jan. 30 Sacramento 7:30
Jan. 31 at Minnesota 8:00
Feb. 2 Philadelphia 7:00
Feb. 5 Los Angeles 8:00
Feb. 6 at Indiana 7:00
Feb. 8 Los Angeles 3:30
Feb. 11 Miami 8:00
Feb. 12 at Chicago 8:00
Feb. 20 at Washington 8:00
Feb. 22 at New York 1:00
Feb. 24 at Detroit 7:30
Feb. 26 Golden State 8:00
Feb. 27 at Indiana 7:00
Mar. 1 at Houston 7:00
Mar. 3 Boston 7:00
Mar. 4 at Toronto 7:30
Date Opponent Time
Mar. 6 at Atlanta 7:30
Mar. 7 Phoenix 7:30
Mar. 10 at Dallas 8:30
Mar. 12 at San Antonio 8:00
Mar. 15 at Orlando 6:00
Mar. 16 at Miami 8:00
Mar. 18 Brooklyn 7:00
Mar. 20 Indiana 7:30
Mar. 22 at Milwaukee 3:00
Mar. 25 at Memphis 8:00
Mar. 27 at Brooklyn 7:30
Mar. 29 Philadelphia 1:00
Apr. 2 Miami 8:00
Apr. 5 Chicago 3:30
Apr. 8 at Milwaukee 8:00
Apr. 10 Boston 7:30
Apr. 12 at Boston 3:00
Apr. 13 Detroit 7:00
Apr. 15 Washington 8:00

The Cavaliers need to earn their way to the top of the NBA, but the schedule doesn’t look like it’s going to be much of a problem for Cleveland. It may not be a coasting situation like LeBron had with the Miami Heat, but the bottom line is this team is going to the postseason and these games listed on the schedule are warm up challenges to see just how well this team can gel together.

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