NBA Finals

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The NBA finals are an annual event that many sports fans look forward to. If you haven't ever thought about watching these finals, you will want to read through this article. It will cover some of the basics that you can expect when you watch this series. Many people have found that this is one of the most captivating sports events that they can see anywhere. If you haven't ever seen some of these games before, you might be impressed by the intensity of the action. The NBA finals will match up the best teams from the West and East conferences. These will be some of the best teams that you will see, since they had to prove themselves throughout the playoffs. This is why most consider the NBA finals to be the premier basketball competition out there. Unlike football, the series will be decided by a best of 7 games. This means that the best team will have to win 4 games in order to claim the title. There have been a number of NBA finals that have produced series that went the full 7 games to decide the champion.

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2021 NBA Finals Phoenix Suns at Milwaukee Bucks
6. 2021 NBA Finals Phoenix Suns at Milwaukee Bucks
July 20, 2021
Monty Williams and the Suns face Mike Budenholzer and the Bucks in Game 6 of the 2021 NBA Finals. Williams guided Phoenix to its first Finals in 28 years in just his second year as bench boss. Budenholzer is a two-time NBA Coach of the Year.
2021 NBA Finals Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns
5. 2021 NBA Finals Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns
July 17, 2021
The NBA Finals return to the Valley of the Sun for Game 5 between the Suns and Bucks. In order to earn his first ring, Milwaukee forward P.J. Tucker will need to defeat the team he spent parts of five seasons with after returning to the NBA.
2021 NBA Finals Phoenix Suns at Milwaukee Bucks
4. 2021 NBA Finals Phoenix Suns at Milwaukee Bucks
July 14, 2021
Giannis Antetokounmpo and his Bucks square off against the Suns in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. Antetokounmpo sat out Milwaukee's victories in Games 5 and 6 of the Eastern Conference finals after hyperextending his knee in a Game 4 loss in Atlanta.
2021 NBA Finals Phoenix Suns at Milwaukee Bucks
3. 2021 NBA Finals Phoenix Suns at Milwaukee Bucks
July 11, 2021
The NBA Finals heads to Milwaukee for the first time in 47 years as Game 3 between the Bucks and Suns tips off. Only one player entered this series with prior Finals experience. Phoenix forward Jae Crowder made the Finals in 2020 but lost with Miami.
2021 NBA Finals Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns
2. 2021 NBA Finals Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns
July 8, 2021
Chris Paul and the Suns tip off against the Bucks in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. Paul is playing in his first Finals after previously appearing in 123 playoff games with five different teams. Paul sits fifth all-time in NBA history with 10,275 assists.
2021 NBA Finals Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns
1. 2021 NBA Finals Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns
July 6, 2021
The Bucks and the Suns end lengthy NBA Finals droughts by tipping off in Game 1. Milwaukee advanced to its first NBA Finals in 47 years by downing Atlanta in six games, while Phoenix made its first trip in 28 years by knocking out the Clippers.
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The NBA finals are an annual event that many sports fans look forward to. If you haven't ever thought about watching these finals, you will want to read through this article. It will cover some of the basics that you can expect when you watch this series. Many people have found that this is one of the most captivating sports events that they can see anywhere. If you haven't ever seen some of these games before, you might be impressed by the intensity of the action.

The NBA finals will match up the best teams from the West and East conferences. These will be some of the best teams that you will see, since they had to prove themselves throughout the playoffs. This is why most consider the NBA finals to be the premier basketball competition out there.

Unlike football, the series will be decided by a best of 7 games. This means that the best team will have to win 4 games in order to claim the title. There have been a number of NBA finals that have produced series that went the full 7 games to decide the champion.

NBA Finals is a series that is currently running and has 2021 seasons (69 episodes). The series first aired on June 2, 2016.

Where to Watch NBA Finals

NBA Finals is available for streaming on the NBA Media Ventures website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch NBA Finals on demand at Amazon, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    June 2, 2016
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (15)