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NBA season would require back-to-back-to-backs
NEW YORK (AP) -- The NBA regular season would run through April 26 and require teams to play at least one set of back-to-back-to-back games if a new labor deal is ratified in time to start on Christmas.
The league posted an outline of what the schedule would look like on its Twitter pages Sunday. The plan is a 66-game regular season, ending about 10 days later than usual. The last possible day of the NBA finals would be June 26, two weeks later than the championship series ended last season.
Teams would play 48 games within their conference and 18 non-conference games. No team would play on three straight nights more than three times.
Back-to-backs might also be played during the second round of the postseason.