After a long and hard-fought season, the NBA Finals are finally upon us. Overall, this Finals will take place in Denver and Miami. The Heat and Nuggets won their respective conferences, and it is clear that they are deserving. Although the Heat were barely an eighth seed, they made it through the conference. Moreover, the Nuggets dominated the Western Conference all year, and deserve to be where they are. Nikola Jokic is an absolute monster, and we can't wait to see him against Jimmy Butler.
Furthermore, it seems like the Nuggets are very obvious favorites. On one hand, you have a one seed. The other, you have an eighth seed. Had these two teams been in the same conference, they would have played each other in the first round. However, strange things took place, and here they are, ready to fight for an NBA title. If you are a Heat fan, you cannot help but be very excited about what the team has accomplished.
The NBA Finals Are Here
Now that the Finals are here, let us bring you the schedule and start times for these games. Firstly, if you are watching these matches on TV, then you will want to tune into ABC. Secondly, Game 1 is set to go down on Thursday, June 1st. From there, Game 2 is on the 4th, Game 3 is on the 7th, and Game 4 is on the 9th. If Games 5, 6, and 7 are needed, they will take place on the 12th, 15th, and 18th. Games 2 and 7 are the only ones that will be played at 8 PM EST. All of the others will begin at 8:30 PM EST.
Lastly, the Nuggets have home court advantage. This means Games 1, 2, 5, and 7 will take place in Colorado. The others will go down in Miami. No matter what, it seems like we are going to get a very fun series. Let us know who you think will win, in the comments section below.