The Launceston Tornadoes will avoid doubling up with the Southern Huskies' Silverdome matches and play four double headers with North-West Thunder in the NBL1's first season.
The men's and women's rosters were released on Wednesday, with the Tornadoes set to kick off their season by hosting Southern Sabres on March 30.
Derrick Washington's side will return to Elphin a week later for its first double header with North-West Thunder against the Nunawading Spectres before a run of three consecutive away games.
The Torns will feature in another Elphin double-header against Melbourne Tigers in round 12, and two more in Ulverstone in rounds six and 11.
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"This will provide a fantastic opportunity for basketball supporters in Northern Tasmania to see both teams play on the same night," Tornadoes president Janie Finlay said.
"In the past both the Tornadoes and Thunder have played at the same time but at different venues, so it was impossible to watch both games.
“We have been working with the Thunder and Basketball Victoria to ensure the game night experience is of a high standard at both venues and all our fans will be able to purchase tickets to see all these games."
Clashes with New Zealand NBL newcomer Southern Huskies have also been avoided after it was revealed that the two clubs had twice been scheduled to play at different Launceston venues on the same night.
Launceston will instead play its round seven and 12 fixtures on Friday nights to ensure fans can attend both games.
“We have been able to find a great solution to the potential issues with Southern Huskies games here in Launceston," Finlay said.
"This is a good result and we look forward to working with the Southern Huskies and Basketball Tasmania to ensure basketball supporters can watch the highest level of both men’s and women’s basketball in the state.
“We can’t wait to get back on the court and match it with those big clubs in Melbourne whom we have developed a rivalry with over the years in SEABL.
"And this season we will face those traditional clubs and also new associations who have joined the NBL1 in 2019.”