The NBA Finals are just over three weeks away, and it’s easy to forget that the most entertaining part of the entire event is watching it on TV.
The Finals have become the most anticipated basketball event in American history, and while it’s true that the NBA’s regular season is typically the biggest draw, we can’t help but watch it on NBA TV during the Finals.
If you can’t watch it live, you can stream it on demand.
The only thing that stops you from watching the NBA on TV during those Finals is that you have to watch them on NBA.com.
While it’s certainly not as exciting or as popular as watching a regular season game, we’ll be sure to keep you updated as more Finals coverage comes online.
You’ll have to click on the NBA TV logo to find the full list of available broadcasts and games.
For the first time in recent memory, there are five games on ABC during the NBA playoffs: Brooklyn Nets vs. Orlando Magic, Brooklyn Nets at New Orleans Pelicans, Los Angeles Clippers vs. Dallas Mavericks, Cleveland Cavaliers at Houston Rockets, and Miami Heat vs. Houston Rockets.
These games are a great way to catch up on the playoffs before the big day.
There’s also the opportunity to catch some games between teams you’ve been following, or if you want to get a little more competitive, catch a game between two of your favorite teams and see who can knock off the top seeds.
While we’re not going to try to cover every single game, here’s a look at the five most exciting games in NBA TV’s regular seasons.
Nets at Hornets The first game of the NBA finals will take place on Monday, October 10th.
This is the first game in the series between the two teams that has been played in Charlotte since the 2014 playoffs.
The Hornets have made a habit of winning the regular season series and the playoffs, so they should be able to keep up this form.
The Nets are coming off a dominant regular season.
They beat the Spurs in five games in the playoffs last year, and they beat the Clippers in four games in 2016.
Despite being the defending champs, the Hornets are going to need to do some things right to get this series back on track.
They will have to get better at defending the pick and roll, which was the Nets most effective play of the season last season.
Willie Reed and Kemba Walker are not the most efficient players on the floor, but their passing and defense should help.
Even with their offense, the Nets can be vulnerable when they play against teams like the Spurs, as the Spurs can shoot over the top from the outside.
Pelicans at Rockets The Pelicans are the first team to face the Rockets in the NBA postseason since the 2007-08 season.
It should be interesting to see how well they do against the Rockets’ star-studded defense, as Houston is one of the best teams in the league.
New Orleans is also one of only three teams that haven’t played the Rockets this season.
This could be a key game for New Orleans, as they’ve been trying to make a run at the playoffs for years.
It should be exciting to see a team that has dominated the Eastern Conference since the playoffs began play the Rockets.
The Rockets have been outscored by an average of 15.3 points per game during the regular seasons and the regular series.
There are a lot of interesting storylines that could happen in this game, as both teams are known for being extremely unpredictable in their play.
Kings at Suns The Kings were one of three teams to make the playoffs this season, and the other two were the Knicks and Warriors.
Los Angeles has been one of four teams to win the West in the past five years, and has never won more than six regular season games in a row.
On the flip side, the Kings have been a top-five defense in the regular year, which is the most in the Eastern conference.
However, it’s important to note that this is a new year for the Kings.
With the exception of a few injuries to some of their starters, the team is returning from a four-game losing streak.
As they’ve already had to start the season 0-3, the new coach, Jacque Vaughn, needs to take this team’s game to a whole new level.
Rockets at Thunder The Thunder are going through a transition period with the arrival of Kevin Durant, but they should still be a threat.
Durant was an all-star last season, but it’s hard to imagine the Thunder beating the Thunder in this series without their superstar.
In the past, Durant has scored a combined 36.7 points per night during the season, so the Thunder will have a lot to work with if they want to win this series.
If they can keep Durant from scoring