The NBA released next season's schedule Wednesday, and the 76ers will open the 2014-15 season (see full schedule) Wednesday, Oct. 29 at Indiana at 7 p.m.
They head to Milwaukee to face the Bucks on Halloween before returning to Philadelphia for the home opener against the LeBronless Miami Heat on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m.
Other key home games (all at 7 p.m. | • = only trip to Philadelphia):
•Houston Rockets: Monday, Nov. 3
Chicago Bulls: Friday, Nov. 7 and Wednesday, March 11
•Oklahoma City Thunder: Friday, Dec. 5
Cleveland Cavaliers: Monday, Jan. 5
•Golden State Warriors: Monday, Feb. 9
•L.A. Clippers: Friday, March 27
•L.A. Lakers: Monday, March 30
The Sixers play 14 of their first 25 at home. Their longest road trip is seven games over the holidays, from Dec. 21 to Jan. 3. They begin their trip in Florida with games in Orlando and Miami before heading west. They finish the trip against the Clippers.
Their longest homestand is five games from March 6-14, which includes two back-to-backs: Mar. 6-7 vs. Utah and Atlanta and Mar. 13-14 vs. Sacramento and Brooklyn. The Sixers have 21 back-to-backs, including seven from Jan. 9-Feb. 7, during which they play 18 games in 30 days. They have three back-to-backs over the season's final 31 days.
The Sixers have 10 days off during the All-Star break, Feb. 10-19. The All-Star game is Feb. 15 at Madison Square Garden.