The NBA officially revealed the full 2017-18 season schedule yesterday, just a little over two months before the NBA season tips off.

The league had previously teased a portion of the schedule, including the opening week schedule and the five Christmas Day games, which are as follows:

Of course, we'll all be tuned in on the NBA's opening night, October 17th, and the NBA Finals rematch on Christmas Day will be appointment television, but there's much more dates you'll want to circle on your calendar for the upcoming season.

For instance, DeMarcus Cousins will finally get his wish to play against the Kings in Sacramento on October 26th, and, as always, the league has a handful of highly anticipated matchups planned for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Check out some notable dates for the 2017-18 NBA season, other than the Christmas Day games, below.

October 26th: New Orleans Pelicans at Sacramento Kings (Cousins' first trip back to Sacramento since the trade last season)

November 15th: Philadelphia Sixers at Los Angeles Lakers (Fultz vs Lonzo Ball. Also Joel Embiid vs LaVar Ball)

November 22nd: Golden State Warriors at Oklahoma City Thunder (Enough said)

December 13th: Oklahoma City Thunder at Indiana Pacers (Paul George's return to Indiana)

January 3rd: Cleveland Cavaliers at Boston Celtics (Eastern Conference Finals rematch)

January 15th: Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA Finals rematch part 2)

January 15th: Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Clippers (Chris Paul's first game back in LA as member of the Rockets)

January 20th: Oklahoma City Thunder at Cleveland Cavaliers

February 9th: Minnesota Timberwolves at Chicago Bulls (Jimmy Butler and Tom Thibodeau's first game against the Bulls in Chicago)

March 28th: Boston Celtics at Utah Jazz (Gordon Haywards' return to Utah)