Los Angeles D-Fenders Announce 2012-2013 Schedule

The L.A. D-Fenders have just announced their schedule for the 2012-2013 season. The D-Fenders open their sixth season in franchise history at home, hosting the Idaho Stampede on November 28th. They will take the floor at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, which is the official training facility of the L.A. Lakers.

Last year the D-Fenders recorded 38 regular season wins, and were 4-0 in the playoffs before falling to the Austin Toros 2-1 in the Finals. Last season the D-Fenders earned the NBA Development Champion award, and had eight players from their roster called up to the NBA.

The D-Fenders complete 2012-13 schedule is below (all times Pacific):

MONTH/DATE     OPPONENT            TIME 

November                

Wed. 28                   Idaho                      7:00 pm

Fri. 30        @          Maine                     7:00 pm

December

Sun.  2         @            Springfield          3:00 pm

 Tue.  4        @             Bakersfield         7:00 pm

 Fri.  7                           Warriors             7:00 pm

 Sat.  8                          Warriors             6:30 pm

Thu. 13                          Reno                    7:00 pm

Sat. 15                            Reno                  6:30 pm

Sat. 22                            Idaho                6:30 pm

Fri. 28           @             Iowa                 7:00 pm

Sat. 29           @             Iowa                  7:00 pm

January                

Sat.  5                             Sioux Falls         6:30 pm

Fri. 11             @            Bakersfield         7:00 pm

Sat. 12                            Bakersfield         6:30 pm

Wed. 16                         Ft. Wayne           7:00 pm

Fri. 18             @           Warriors            7:00 pm

Sat. 19                            Ft. Wayne           6:30 pm

Mon. 21                         Erie                        7:00 pm

Wed. 23                         Bakersfield         7:00 pm

Fri. 25             @           Tulsa                     7:00 pm

Sat. 26             @          Tulsa                      7:00 pm

Wed. 30                        Bakersfield         7:00 pm

February        

Fri.  1               @            Idaho                     7:00 pm

Sat.  2              @           Idaho                     7:00 pm

Fri.  8               @           Reno                       7:00 pm

Sun. 10            @           Reno                       3:00 pm

Wed. 13                           Reno                      7:00 pm

Wed. 20          @           Warriors               7:00 pm

Fri. 22             @           Reno                        7:00 pm

Sat. 23             @           Bakersfield          7:00 pm

Mon. 25                          Idaho                      7:00 pm

March          

Sat.  2                                Bakersfield         6:30 pm

Sun.  3               @           Bakersfield         4:00 pm

Wed.  6                             Texas                     7:00 pm

Sat.  9                                Austin                   6:30 pm

Mon. 11                             Austin                    7:00 pm

Wed. 13                             Tulsa                       7:00 pm

Fri. 15             @               Austin                    7:30 pm

Sat. 16             @              Rio Grande V.     7:00 pm

Wed. 20                            Idaho                        7:00 pm

Thu. 21          @              Reno                          7:00 pm

March        

Sat. 23                               Bakersfield            6:30 pm

Sun. 24           @              Bakersfield             4:00 pm

Fri. 29             @              Warriors                  7:00 pm

Sat. 30                                Warriors                 6:30 pm

April        

Wed.  3                               Canton                     7:00 pm

Fri.  5              @                Idaho                       7:00 pm

Sat.  6             @                 Idaho                       7:00 pm

 

 

 

 

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