The New York Knicks will take on the Washington Wizards at London's O2 on January 17, 2019.
The fixture will continue the growing tradition of regular-season NBA games being played here on British soil.
Like last year's match up between the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers that sold out within minutes, tickets once again are expected to be hard to come by.
Tickets this year sold out in double-quick time once again.
If you weren't fortunate enough to get your hands on them in the general sale, you may have some luck through resale sites like StubHub or Viagogo - although please be advised that prices set on these sites are at the seller's discretion.
While London's O2 has hosted eight previous regular-season games, it is set to be the Washington Wizards' first time playing in Britain.
The Knicks, meanwhile, last played on this side of the Atlantic back in 2015 when they were defeated 95-79 by the Milwaukee Bucks.
Last year, the Washington Wizards were beaten in the first round of the Eastern Conference play-offs by the Toronto Raptors.
After a disappointing campaign, New York failed to make the play-offs last time out. They ended up finishing 11th in the Eastern Conference with a record of 29 wins and 53 defeats.
Regular-Season NBA Games At London's O2
4 March 2011 - Toronto Raptors 103-116 New Jersey Nets
5 March 2011 - Toronto Raptors 136-137 New Jersey Nets
17 January 2013 - New York Knicks 102-87 Detroit Pistons
16 January 2014 - Houston Rockets 113-101 Minnesota Timberwolves
15 January 2015 - New York Knicks 79-95 Milwaukee Bucks
14 January 2016 - Orlando Magic 103-106 Toronto Raptors
12 January 2017 - Denver Nuggets 140-112 Indiana Pacers
11 January 2018 - Boston Celtics 114-103 Philadelphia 76ers
It's safe to say that each team, despite their rich heritage in the game, have underperformed throughout their respective histories.
The two teams share just three NBA Championships between them - all won throughout the 1970s - with New York edging Washington 2 to 1. Washington's one title also came under their previous name, The Washington Bullets.
While a multitude of changes are expected for both teams in the off-season - particularly the under-performing Knicks who have been tenuously linked with a move for LeBron James - there are still plenty of talented stars for basketball aficionados to get excited about seeing in the flesh.
Within New York's roster is 2-time NBA all-star Joakim Noah and young Latvian sensation Kristaps Porzingis who was among this year's All-Stars.
Another player who was among this year's All-Stars was the Wizards Shooting Guard Bradley Beal.
Washington's biggest draw is 2010 1st Round Draft Pick and five-time NBA All-Star John Wall.