The Albury-Wodonga Bandits and Lady Bandits will play four of their first five matches at home in the inaugural NBL1 campaign.
Following their season opener away to Waverley on March 31, the Bandits take on Ringwood, Diamond Valley, Basketball Australia CoE and Ballarat at Lauren Jackson Sports Centre.
The Allen McCowan Memorial game will be played on Saturday, June 1, against Nunawading.
Bandits president Steve Wright is happy with how it has panned out.
"It will give our fans a good look at the teams early on and it's a chance to build some momentum," Wright said.
"If we can get off to a good start and win maybe four of those, it sets up our whole year."
A requirement of the competition's restructure from SEABL to NBL1 was that all clubs have women's and men's teams and play double-headers every week.
"They'll be 6pm starts for the ladies and the guys will play straight after 8pm," Wright added.
"There's a huge amount of buzz around the club with Lauren (Jackson) being involved and a few new players on-board."
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