MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Timberwolves will head north looking to win their fifth-straight opening-night game this season.
The Wolves will tip-off against the Toronto Raptors on Oct. 25 at 6:30 p.m., the team announced as it unveiled its full schedule Thursday.
Wolves fans won't have to wait long to see a rematch of the team's playoff series against the reigning champion Denver Nuggets, with a faceoff scheduled for Nov. 1, their second bout is slated for March 19.
Overall, the team will play 10 nationally televised games, including a pair against the Nuggets, two with the Los Angeles Lakers and a New Year's Day tilt against the New York Knicks.
The Wolves are slated to play in 13 back-to-back games, four at home, five away, three away-home and one home-away.
With most of the same squad that made the playoff last season, plus some new free-agent acquisitions the Wolves will look to begin their first championship run in October.
Click here to see the team's full schedule.
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