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The 2021/2022 NBA Season

The 2021 NBA season ended on July 20th so the turnaround time to the start of training camps this year is estimated to be only around ten weeks.

The NBA has already informed its teams that it plans to resume its regular season schedule next season, with training camps beginning in late September and the regular season beginning on October 19.

NBA Calendar 2021/22 – Key Dates


What happened last season?

The Phoenix Suns were in their first NBA Finals since 1993 while the Milwaukee Bucks had not reached the Finals since 1974. After trailing the Suns 2-0, the Bucks won the Championship by 4-2 thanks to the Greek freak Giannis Antetokounmpo who won the MVP award.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who are the current NBA champions?

    The 2020/2021 Season NBA champions are the Milwaukee Bucks. They beat the Phoenix Suns 4-2 in the finals series. It earned the team their 2nd NBA Championships title.

  • When does the 2021/22 NBA season start?

    When does the new NBA season start?The regular 2021/22 NBA season starts on October 19, 2021

  • Which Teams have the most NBA Championship Wins?

    • Boston Celtics - 17
    • Los Angeles Lakers - 17
    • Chicago Bulls - 6
    • Golden State Warriors - 6
    • San Antonio Spurs - 5
    • Detroit Pistons - 3
    • Miami Heat - 3
    • Philadelphia 76ers - 3
    • Milwaukee Bucks - 2

  • What is the Point Spread in NBA betting?

    The Point Spread is the most popular market to bet on in an NBA game. With games rarely featuring two evenly matched basketball teams, the Point Spread is a market the sportsbooks use to ‘level up’ the event.

    Rather than having to win the game (as is the case with the MoneyLine), with the Point Spread the team deemed to be the favorite must do so by a specified number of points (the spread) for a wager on them to win.

    In this example, the favorite team might have a Point Spread of say -5.5 (the half-point is sometimes referred to as a “hook”, which ensures there is no possibility of a push (or tie). That means that they would need to win by a 6-point margin or more for a wager on them to win.

    In this instance, the underdog would have a Point Spread of +5.5, meaning that they would have to either win the game or to lose it by no more than 5 points for a wager on them to win.