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NBA Finals schedule

Golden State Warriors (1) vs. Toronto Raptors (2)

All times Eastern

  • Game 1 (at TOR): Thursday, May 30, 9 p.m. — TV: ABC
  • Game 2 (at TOR): Sunday, June 2, 8 p.m. — TV: ABC
  • Game 3 (at GS): Wednesday, June 5, 9 p.m. — TV: ABC
  • Game 4 (at GS): Friday, June 7, 9 p.m. — TV: ABC
  • Game 5* (at TOR): Monday, June 10, 9 p.m. — TV: ABC
  • Game 6* (at GS): Thursday, June 13, 9 p.m. — TV: ABC
  • Game 7* (at TOR): Sunday, June 16, 8 p.m. — TV: ABC

*If necessary

NBA conference finals schedule

Eastern Conference:

Milwaukee Bucks (1) vs. Toronto Raptors (2)

Toronto wins series 4-2

  • Game 1: Bucks 108, Raptors 100
  • Game 2: Bucks 125, Raptors 103
  • Game 3: Raptors 118, Bucks 112, 2OT
  • Game 4: Raptors 120, Bucks 102
  • Game 5: Raptors 105, Bucks 99
  • Game 6: Raptors 100, Bucks 94

Western Conference:

Golden State Warriors (1) vs. Portland Trail Blazers (3)

Golden State wins series 4-0

  • Game 1: Warriors 116, Blazers 94
  • Game 2: Warriors 114, Blazers 111
  • Game 3: Warriors 110, Blazers 99
  • Game 4: Warriors 119, Blazers 117, OT

NBA playoffs second-round series results

Eastern Conference:

Milwaukee Bucks (1) vs. Boston Celtics (4) 

Milwaukee wins series 4-1

  • Game 1: Celtics 112, Bucks 90
  • Game 2: Bucks 123, Celtics 102
  • Game 3: Bucks 123, Celtics 116
  • Game 4: Bucks 113, Celtics 101
  • Game 5: Bucks 116, Celtics 91

Toronto Raptors (2) vs. Philadelphia 76ers (3) 

Toronto wins series 4-3

  • Game 1: Raptors 108, 76ers 95
  • Game 2: 76ers 94, Raptors 89
  • Game 3: 76ers 116, Raptors 95
  • Game 4: Raptors 101, 76ers 96
  • Game 5: Raptors 125, 76ers 89
  • Game 6: 76ers 112, Raptors 101
  • Game 7: Raptors 92, 76ers 90

Western Conference:

Golden State Warriors (1) vs. Houston Rockets (4)

Golden State wins series 4-2

  • Game 1: Warriors 104, Rockets 100
  • Game 2: Warriors 115, Rockets 109
  • Game 3: Rockets 126, Warriors 121 OT
  • Game 4: Rockets 112, Warriors 108
  • Game 5: Warriors 104, Rockets 99
  • Game 6: Warriors 118, Rockets 113

Denver Nuggets (2) vs. Portland Trail Blazers (3) 

Portland wins series 4-3

  • Game 1: Nuggets 121, Blazers 113
  • Game 2: Blazers 97, Nuggets 90
  • Game 3: Blazers 140, Nuggets 137, 4OT
  • Game 4: Nuggets 116, Blazers 112
  • Game 5: Nuggets 124, Blazers 98
  • Game 6: Blazers 119, Nuggets 108
  • Game 7: Blazers 100, Nuggets 96

NBA playoffs first-round series results

Eastern Conference:

Milwaukee Bucks (1) vs. Detroit Pistons (8) 

Milwaukee wins series 4-0

  • Game 1 (at MIL): Bucks 121, Pistons 86
  • Game 2 (at MIL): Bucks 120, Pistons 99
  • Game 3 (at DET): Bucks 119, Pistons 103
  • Game 4 (at DET): Bucks 127, Pistons 104

Toronto Raptors (2) vs. Orlando Magic (7) 

Toronto wins series 4-1

  • Game 1 (at TOR): Magic 104, Raptors 101
  • Game 2 (at TOR): Raptors 111, Magic 82
  • Game 3 (at ORL): Raptors 98, Magic 93
  • Game 4 (at ORL): Raptors 107, Magic 85
  • Game 5 (at TOR): Raptors 115, Magic 96

Philadelphia 76ers (3) vs. Brooklyn Nets (6) 

Philadelphia wins series 4-1

  • Game 1 (at PHI): Nets 111, 76ers 102
  • Game 2 (at PHI): 76ers 145, Nets 123
  • Game 3 (at BKN): 76ers 131, Nets 115
  • Game 4 (at BKN): 76ers 112, Nets 108
  • Game 5 (at PHI): 76ers 122, Nets 100

Boston Celtics (4) vs. Indiana Pacers (5)

Boston wins series 4-0

  • Game 1 (at BOS): Celtics 84, Pacers 74
  • Game 2 (at BOS): Celtics 99, Pacers 91
  • Game 3 (at IND): Celtics 104, Pacers 96
  • Game 4 (at IND): Celtics 110, Pacers 106

Western Conference:

Golden State Warriors (1) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (8) 

Golden State wins series, 4-2

  • Game 1: Warriors 121, Clippers 104
  • Game 2: Clippers 135, Warriors 131
  • Game 3: Warriors 132, Clippers 105
  • Game 4: Warriors 113, Clippers 105
  • Game 5: Clippers 129, Warriors 121
  • Game 6: Warriors 129, Clippers 110

Denver Nuggets (2) vs. San Antonio Spurs (7) (Series breakdown)

Denver wins series, 4-3

  • Game 1 (at DEN): Spurs 101, Nuggets 96
  • Game 2 (at DEN): Nuggets 114, Spurs 105
  • Game 3 (at SA): Spurs 118, Nuggets 108
  • Game 4 (at SA): Nuggets 117, Spurs 103
  • Game 5 (at DEN): Nuggets 108, Spurs 90
  • Game 6 (at SA): Spurs 120, Nuggets 103
  • Game 7 (at DEN): Nuggets 90, Spurs 86 (Box Score)

Portland Trail Blazers (3) vs. Oklahoma City Thunder (6) (Series breakdown)

Portland wins series 4-1

  • Game 1 (at POR): Trail Blazers 104, Thunder 99
  • Game 2  (at POR): Trail Blazers 114, Thunder 94
  • Game 3 (at OKC): Thunder 120, Trail Blazers 108
  • Game 4 (at OKC): Trail Blazers 111, Thunder 98
  • Game 5 (at POR): Trail Blazers 118, Thunder 115

*If necessary

Houston wins series 4-1

  • Game 1 (at HOU): Rockets 122, Jazz 90
  • Game 2 (at HOU): Rockets 118, Jazz 98
  • Game 3 (at UTA): Rockets 104, Jazz 101
  • Game 4 (at UTA): Jazz 107, Rockets 91
  • Game 5 (at HOU): Rockets 100, Jazz 93

Storylines

Trail Blazers: When Jusuf Nurkic went down with his gruesome, season-ending leg injury in late March, the consensus was that the Blazers’ season was done. They would make the playoffs, of course, and maybe win a first-round series, but no one expected they would go on a deep playoff run in the crowded West. In fact, when they were matched up with the Oklahoma City Thunder in the first round, almost everyone picked them to lose. And yet here they are, in the Western Conference finals for the first time since 2000, and set for a matchup against the mighty Golden State Warriors.

Warriors: For the fifth straight season, the Warriors have advanced to the Western Conference finals, and they’ll be looking to make it the same number of consecutive trips to the NBA Finals. But their road to a three-peat got a bit more complicated with Kevin Durant’s injury in Game 5 of their second-round series with the Rockets. Now, in year five of their dynasty, they’ll have to rely on the original big three of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green as much as they did in year one. Perhaps that’s fitting though, with big roster changes, including a potential Durant departure — likely in the summer.

We finally have our Finals matchup, NBA fans. Down 2-0 to begin the Eastern Conference finals, the Toronto Raptors impressively pulled out four consecutive wins to send the Milwaukee Bucks packing and advance to the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history with a 100-94 Game 6 win in Toronto. They’ll meet the Golden State Warriors, who dispatched the Portland Trail Blazers in four games in the Western Conference finals.

This year’s Finals will be a matchup of superstars, as Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard, who is playing as well as anyone in the NBA right now, will face off against Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and (possibly) Kevin Durant. After suffering a calf injury in the conference semifinals against the Rockets, Durant has yet to take the court and is expected to miss at least the first game of the Finals.

Toronto will have its hands full attempting to dethrone the Warriors, but it’s been a magical postseason for the Raptors thus far.

Below is a look at the NBA playoff bracket and the complete schedule for conference finals games, along with viewing information.

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