Chicago Bulls vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, MTS Centre – Saturday, October 10

Chicago Bulls vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, MTS Centre – Saturday, October 10

On-Sale Saturday, June 6 at 10:00 am through Ticketmaster

The National Basketball Association (NBA) will hold its fourth annual NBA Canada Series presented by Bell, featuring a record five teams playing an all-time high four preseason games in Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver and Winnipeg. Winnipeg’s game will be held on Saturday, October 10 when the Chicago Bulls take on the Minnesota Timberwolves. Tickets go on-sale Saturday, June 6 through Ticketmaster with prices starting at $19.50 (plus fees) and courtside available starting at $175.00 (plus fees).

The Toronto Raptors will play three games, while the Minnesota Timberwolves will play two games, and the Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers and Washington Wizards will each play one game.

The 2015 NBA Canada Series schedule includes:

•The Raptors, led by 2015 NBA All-Star Kyle Lowry, taking on eight-time NBA All-Star Chris Paul and five-time NBA All-Star Blake Griffin and the Clippers at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Oct. 4

•2010-11 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player Derrick Rose and the Bulls squaring off against Toronto native Andrew Wiggins and the Timberwolves at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg on Oct. 10

•The Timberwolves facing the Raptors at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa on Oct. 14

•The Raptors playing two-time NBA All-Star John Wall and the Wizards at the Bell Centre in Montreal on Oct. 23
Tickets for all four games will go on sale on June 6. Visit for more information.

The NBA Canada series will also celebrate basketball with interactive fan events and community outreach programs designed to further develop the game in Canada.

NBA rosters at the start of the 2014-15 season featured a record 12 Canadians, more than any country outside the United States, and Andrew Wiggins became the first Canadian-born player to win Kia NBA Rookie of the Year. The 2014-15 regular season also generated significant increases in national television viewership in Canada for both the NBA (+73%) and the Raptors (+75%). Additionally, NBA All-Star 2016, the first NBA All-Star to be held outside of the United States, will be held at Air Canada Centre in Toronto Feb. 12-14.