Lakers, Warriors and Nets lead the way with most nationally televised games in 2021-22 NBA season

The NBA has released every team's schedule for the 2021-22 NBA season.

In addition to knowing when each team will play one another, we now know which teams will have the most games on national television in the United States.

As noted by Bill DiFilippo of UPROXX Sports, the Los Angeles Lakers lead the way with a total of 42 games on ABC, TNT, ESPN and NBA TV. Following the Lakers are the Golden State Warriors (41), Brooklyn Nets (37), Milwaukee Bucks (36), Phoenix Suns (33) and Boston Celtics (33).

The New York Knicks (29), LA Clippers (27), Philadelphia 76ers (27), Dallas Mavericks (26) and Utah Jazz (26) round out the top 10.

Teams with most national TV games in 2021-22
Rank Team Games
1 Lakers 42
2 Warriors 41
3 Nets 37
4 Bucks 36
5 Suns 33
6 Celtics 33
7 Knicks 29
8 Clippers 27
9 76ers 27
T-10 Mavericks 26
T-10 Jazz 26

BetOnline gives the Lakers (3/1), Nets (3/1), Bucks (9/1) and Warriors (10/1) the best odds to win next season's championship. The Suns, who are the reigning Western Conference champions, come in at fifth (14/1).

Of those teams, the Lakers have undergone the most change this offseason, acquiring Russell Westbrook via trade and adding the likes of Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard and Malik Monk in free agency.

The 2021-22 season is scheduled to begin on Oct. 19, 2021, with a pair of star-studded matchups.

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