The duo, now all-star opponents, led the Wildcats to the Elite Eight together in 2010.
Mark your calendars for visits from the Cavs and Warriors, plus much more.
As of now, the Wizards are the only team in the NBA that will have to play three games in three nights this season.
A makeup date was not immediately scheduled.
Players are puzzled as to why their team has more losses at home than any of last season's playoff teams.
The Wizards will play in Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Miami and Montreal.
The Wizards open the season in Orlando, host Kevin Durant on Nov. 10, and will not play on Christmas Day.
Commissioner Silver said the NBA wants to eliminate teams playing four games in five nights next season.
The NBA announced TNT will air Wizards-Grizzlies instead of Lakers-Knicks on March 12.
After a successful 2013-14 season, visibility will increase this coming year, with 10 appearances on national television, including Christmas Day against the Knicks.