Wolves open regular season Oct. 30 at home against Magic

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The NBA released the regular season schedule for every team in the league on Tuesday, and the Timberwolves open the 2013-14 season against the Orlando Magic at Target Center on October 30.

Get the full schedule here.

FOX Sports North broke down the schedule and found out that the most difficult part of the schedule comes Nov. 20-Dec. 7. That stretch will feature games against the Clippers, Nets, Rockets, Pacers, Nuggets, Mavericks, Thunder, Spurs and Heat.

The Star Tribune has a list of key home dates when the likes of LeBron James and Kobe Bryant come to town.

Minnesota will have 20 back-to-backs, compared to 22 last season.

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