Double-dribble! This is the second time in a row the Golden State Warriors & the Cleveland Cavaliers meet in the NBA Finals. Who has home court advantage, when is tip-off and how can you watch the game? Here is everything you need to know to enjoy this awesome Finals series!
NBA MVP Stephen Curry, 28 and the Golden State Warriors, with the best regular season record in the history of the league, have the home court advantage in the best of seven series against LeBron James, 30, and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The NBA Finals will begin in Oakland at the Oracle Arena for two games and then head to Cleveland’s Q Arena for games 3 & 4. Keep reading to learn everything else you need to know about this epic rematch!
When is the NBA Finals?
Game 1 of the NBA Finals starts on June 2, at 9pm EST. Game 2 will be Sunday, June 5th at 8pm, game 3 will be June 8th at 9pm, and game 4 will be June 10th at 9pm. The remaining games, if needed are as follows: Game 5 on the 13th at 9pm, game 6 on the 16th at 9pm and if it goes 7, the final game will be on the 19th at 8pm.
Where are the games?
The first two games are in Oakland, the following two will be in Cleveland and then the series will go back and forth if necessary: Oakland for game 5 and Cleveland will host 6 with game 7 back in California.
How do you watch the games?
All of the games will be televised on ABC. Or if you prefer to stream your sports, come back to HollywoodLife.com to watch the series online.
Who is in the series?
The Golden State Warriors are battling the Cleveland Cavaliers and both teams have some amazing ballers. The best player in the league, according to MVP voters, is the Warriors point guard Steph Curry. LeBron James however is having an amazing post-season with the Cavaliers and will be exciting to watch. Other Cavaliers’ studs include Kevin Love, 27, & Kyrie Irving, 24. The Warriors rainmakers also include Klay Thompson, 24, and Draymond Green, 26.
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Who will you be rooting for in this huge NBA Finals rematch? Would you like to see the Warriors repeat as champions or do you think LeBron is due again after 6 straight Finals appearances?