The NBA has put the finishing touches on its first game for the 2016-17 season, with the Cleveland Cavaliers facing the Kings in Sacramento.
While the game has been announced, the Kings are playing it safe, leaving the rest of the league to wait until after the season to start the playoffs.
The Kings were the first team to open the season with back-to-back wins.
They then followed it up with back to back wins against the Boston Celtics and Toronto Raptors, and then went on to win the season series in six games, before losing the series in seven games to the Los Angeles Clippers.
With all those wins, the Cavaliers are currently the only team in the NBA with an average home win percentage of .500 or better.
That mark is a record for a single season, and it is currently tied for the second-most in NBA history behind only the 2006-07 Miami Heat.
Despite that, the Cavs’ win percentage this season is still below their historic mark of .549 from a year ago.
So far, that is not going to be the case for the rest to come.
The Cavs are expected to start with a starting lineup of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, and are likely to start all four starters on the court, with J.R. Smith and Isaiah Thomas taking turns playing the point.
That will mean a lot of different looks, but it is expected to be a fun game.
The only players in the starting lineup who are not starting for the Kings this season are J.J. Redick and Andrew Wiggins.
However, both are expected back for the start of the playoffs, which will be held in New Orleans on Jan. 3.