NBA Finals 2017 Schedule: Set to Begin on June 1

NBA Finals 2017 Schedule Set to Begin on June 1

CLEVELAND – The NBA Finals 2017 will commence next month, as reflected in the schedule that has been recently released to the public.

Since San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors ended the regular season with more victories than other teams, the home court advantage will be in their hands in the upcoming series. The finals will start in the Western Conference champion home arena on June 1.

In the Western Conference, Golden State Warriors is at a 2-0 advantage against San Antonio Spurs, and games 3 and 4 of the series are slated to move to Texas.

On the other hand, Boston Celtics is at a 4-2 edge after meeting the Cleveland Cavaliers six times in the postseason. This match-up between the two teams is notable since it is the first since the Eastern Conference 2015 opening round.

NBA Finals 2017 Schedule Set to Begin on June 1

Furthermore, the Eastern Conference Finals shall also be opened by Cleveland Cavaliers tonight in Boston.

Take a look at the NBA Finals 2017 schedule:

  • Thursday, June 1, Game 1 at West champion, 9 p.m. ABC
  • Sunday, June 4, Game 2 at West champion, 8 p.m. ABC
  • Wednesday, June 7, Game 3 at East champion, 9 p.m. ABC
  • Friday, June 9, Game 4 at East champion, 9 p.m. ABC
  • Monday, June 12, Game 5 at West champion*, 9 p.m. ABC
  • Thursday, June 15, Game 6 at East champion*, 9 p.m. ABC
  • Sunday, June 18, Game 7 at West champion*, 8 p.m. ABC

*if necessary

All the games for the NBA Finals 2017 will be aired on ABC Network.

With teams preparing for another round of match-up games, the public is also quite excited to tune in for more updates from both the Western and Eastern Conference Finals. Last 2016, NBA set a 9 pm weekday game schedule and 8 pm game schedule on Sundays.

Which team do you think will rise to the top in this year’s finals?

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