The NBA Conference Finals are
underway with just four teams left to compete for the championship after the 2019-2020
NBA season started up again in July in Orlando.
The season was put on pause when
a Utah Jazz player tested positive for coronavirus in March. In July, NBA teams
and staff came together at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex to restart the
season, with 22 of 30 teams competing for a spot in the finals.
Now, the LA Lakers are taking on the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference, with the Miami Heat playing the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference.
Here’s how to watch the remaining
games without cable.
NBA Eastern and Western
Conference Finals Schedule for the 2020 Season
Eastern Conference Finals
Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat
- Game 1 – Sept. 15: Heat 117, Celtics 114
- Game 2 – Sept. 17: Heat 106, Celtics 101
- Game 3 – Sept. 19, 8:30 p.m. on ESPN
- Game 4 – Sept. 21, TBD on ESPN
- *Game 5 – Sept. 23, TBD on ESPN
- *Game 6 – Sept. 25, TBD on ESPN
- *Game 7 – Sept. 27, TBD on ESPN
Western Conference Finals
Los Angeles Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets
- Game 1 – Sept. 18, 9 p.m. on TNT
- Game 2 – Sept. 20, 7:30 p.m. on TNT
- Game 3 – Sept. 22, 9 p.m. on TNT
- Game 4 – Sept. 24, 9 p.m. on TNT
- *Game 5 – Sept. 26, 9 p.m. on TNT
- *Game 6 – Sept. 28, TBD on TNT
- *Game 7 – Sept. 30, TBD on TNT
The Best Streaming Services for
Watching the NBA Conference Finals
- Sling TV has ESPN and TNT in the Sling Orange package for $30/month.
- Hulu with Live also carries both ESPN and TNT for $55/month.
- AT&T TV Now includes both ESPN and TNT in its base package for $55/month.
- YouTube TV includes both ESPN and TNT with a $65/month subscription.
The NBA Finals are scheduled to
start on September 30, depending on whether the conference finals need to
include Game 7 for the Western Conference.
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