For the sixth straight season, the Washington Bullets will play part of their NBA schedule at the Baltimore Arena, where a number of their past appearances have been marred by electronic malfunctions.
This season, the Bullets will play four games at the Baltimore Arena against Eastern Conference rivals: the Miami Heat, Nov. 20; the Atlanta Hawks, Dec. 11; the Detroit Pistons, Jan. 22; and the New Jersey Nets, Feb. 18. All four are night games starting at 7:30.
A four-game package may be purchased, with ticket prices ranging from $88 for seats in the upper stands to $114 for courtside seats.
The past eight games played in Baltimore have been sold out.
Washington opens its 1993-94 season on the road, Nov. 5 against the Philadelphia 76ers, who selected 7-foot-6 Shawn Bradley of Brigham Young with the second pick in the draft.
The Bullets, who averaged a record 13,633 in home attendance last season, make their USAir Arena debut the next night against the Boston Celtics, who are seeking to revamp their front line after the retirement of Kevin McHale.
A season package for all 41 home games -- including a price increase -- is $2,109. For information, call (410) 837-DUNK.