NBA Finals 2018

NBA Finals 2018: Playoff schedule, online stream, TV channels, matchups, dates, bracket, times,The NBA playoffs continue on Today with Game between the Warriors and Cavaliers

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After a long season, the NBA Finals are finally underway, and boy was the wait worth it. Game 1 was a classic. It went right down to the wire, with big plays by big stars on both sides in the closing minute. And the Cavaliers easily could have stolen Game 1, but they made some key mistakes on the final possession of regulation. In overtime, the Warriors pulled away for a 124-114 victory.

This schedule will be updating every morning so you’ll have the most up-to-date information for each day’s games, so be sure to keep checking back as the postseason goes on.

2018 NBA Playoff Bracket

NBA Playoff bracket.  Igor Mello/CBS Sports

Thursday, May 31

  • NBA Finals, Game 1: Warriors 124, Cavaliers 114

Sunday, June 3

  • Watch NBA Finals, Game 2: Cavaliers at Warriors, 8 p.m. ET, ABC

Wednesday, June 6

  • Watch NBA Finals, Game 3: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET, ABC

Friday, June 8

  • Watch NBA Finals, Game 4: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET, ABC

Monday, June 11

  • Watch NBA Finals, Game 5: Cavaliers at Warriors, 9 p.m. ET, ABC*

Thursday, June 14

  • Watch NBA Finals, Game 6: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET, ABC*

Sunday, June 17

  • Watch NBA Finals, Game 7: Cavaliers at Warriors, 8 p.m. ET, ABC*

Belgium vs Portugal

Belgium vs Portugal Live Stream and TV Channel Info, Match Preview, Squads, Team News and Kick-Off Time


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England host Nigeria at Wembley tomorrow, however, there is another intriguing encounter with two of Europe’s heavyweights clashing.

World Cup dark horses Belgium will host Euro 2016 champions Portugal tomorrow.

Belgium have a golden generation of players such as Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois and midfield teammate Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku, Vincent Kompany and Kevin De Bruyne.

England manager Gareth Southgate will have an eye on this tie as the Three Lions could face Roberto Martinez’s men in a decisive final group game in Russia.

Portugal will be relying on Real Madrid’s and captain Cristiano Ronaldo for inspiration once again.

When is Belgium vs Portugal and what time is kick-off?

The game is at 7.45pm from the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on Saturday, June 2.

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The game can be watched live on Manchester United’s official club television channel, MUTV, and the online MUTV app.

Belgium vs Portugal team news

According to Goal, Premier League stars Thibaut Courtois, De Bruyne, Hazard and Jan Vertonghen are all expected to feature in Martinez’s lineup.

However the former Everton manager must reduce his squad from 28 to 24 before Monday’s deadline.

Portugal will take to the World Cup Ronaldo and 12 other players who triumphed at the Euros two years ago, as per The Telegraph.

However, Ricardo Carvalho, Andre Gomes, Eder and Renato Sanches will not be boarding the plane to Russia.

Belgium vs Portugal odds

Belgium – 4/5

Draw – 12/5

Portugal – 18/5

Belgium provisional World Cup squad:

Toby Alderweireld, Michy Batshuayi, Christian Benteke, Dedryck Boyata, Yannick Carrasco, Koen Casteels, Nacer Chadli, Laurent Ciman, Thibaut Courtois, Kevin De Bruyne, Mousa Dembele, Leander Dendoncker, Marouane Fellaini, Eden Hazard, Thorgan Hazard, Adnan Januzaj, Christian Kabasele, Vincent Kompany, Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Dries Mertens, Thomas Meunier, Simon Mignolet, Matz Sels, Youri Tielemans, Thomas Vermaelen, Jan Vertonghen, Axel Witsel

Portugal World Cup squad:

Anthony Lopes, Beto, Rui Patricio, Bruno Alves, Cedric Soares, Jose Fonte, Mario Rui, Pepe, Raphael Guerreiro, Ricardo Pereira, Ruben Dias, Adrien Silva, Bruno Fernandes, Joao Mario, Joao Moutinho, Manuel Fernandes, William Carvalho, Andre Silva, Bernardo Silva, Cristiano Ronaldo, Gelson Martins, Goncalo Guedes, Ricardo Quaresma

Wales Vs South Africa

Wales’ out-of-window Test match against South Africa in Washington on Saturday should not be taking place, says Premiership Rugby boss Mark McCafferty.

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No English-based Welsh players have been released, with McCafferty saying it places an “unnecessary burden” on the clubs and players involved.

Under World Rugby rules, clubs are obliged to release players for games that fall in designated Test windows.

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“We’re not sure why World Rugby authorises these matches,” he said.

“It’s just messy. Defined international windows are there, and that’s when the matches should occur.”

The rules do not apply for games on the first weekend of June this year, and Premiership Rugby policy means Bath lock Luke Charteris, prop Tomas Francis of Exeter, and Worcester wing Josh Adams have all been withdrawn from the Wales squad.

McCafferty has called for the clubs to have a stronger voice in the decision-making process to avoid such situations in the future.

“We are getting into all kinds of scraps around players being released for extra Tests in June, much of which we think would be avoidable if there was a proper body under the auspices of World Rugby that involved the clubs to look at these things, and say which matches are being authorised outside the window and on what basis,” McCafferty added.

“World Rugby is still seemingly reluctant to involve the clubs from England and France as major stakeholders in the game.

“A lot of these spats could be avoided with a more co-ordinated approach. We are having a renewed push on that.

“You shouldn’t be authorising matches outside Test windows and then expecting players to be released.”

Golden Knights vs Capitals

NHL Stanley Cup Final 2018: Golden Knights vs. Capitals Game TV Schedule, Odds

On Saturday, a 14-year journey will culminate for the Washington Capitals. Since the organization drafted Alex Ovechkin in 2004, it has been digging and playing for a shot at the Stanley Cup Final. For almost a decade and a half, the Caps failed to live up to those lofty expectations.

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Now, for the first time since the Ovechkin Era began, the Capitals will play a home Stanley Cup Final game—the first in D.C. since 1998—and Capital One Arena will be packed to the brim with hungry, rowdy fans on Saturday night.

The goal is still to win the Stanley Cup, but don’t overlook just how important this moment is to the Great Eight and his legacy. Despite having a reputation for only being a goal scorer, Ovechkin has seemingly carried the Capitals on his back for stretches of his career, and it’s all been to arrive at this opportunity.

However, the Vegas Golden Knights have plenty of motivation to play spoiler—a role they have happily taken on for just about every second of their existence—but they will have their hands full Saturday night.

Stanley Cup Final Game Schedule

When: Saturday, June 2 at 8 p.m. ET

Television: NBCSN, CBC, SN, TVAS

Stream: Hulu, NBC Sports Live, NBC Sports App

Updated Odds for Game 3

Vegas: +111 (bet $100 to win $111)

Washington: -123 (bet $123 to win $100)

Odds according to OddsShark.com and are accurate as of 8 a.m. ET on June 1

Game 3 Preview

The Stanley Cup Final looked like it was going to be a goaltending dual ahead of Game 1. Braden Holtby and Marc-Andre Fleury had been mostly stellar through the first three rounds, leading to the assumption that goals would be hard to come by in this series.

But the offense came in bunches in Game 1 and Game 2, with 14 different players finding the back of the net in Las Vegas. Only Tomas Nosek has more than one goal in the Final, and the tallies have been coming from varied and unexpected places.

After all, Brooks Orpik scored the game-winner in Game 2. This is the same Brooks Orpik who has a total of 16 goals across 982 regular-season contests and who hadn’t scored since February…of 2016.

Yet there he was with his arms held high with just over 10 minutes to play in the third period of Game 2.

It’s already been a series chock-full of surprises, and with this cast of characters, don’t expect that to change as things shift to D.C. While the goals will likely continue coming from the most unforeseen of sticks, there are a few keys to keep an eye on ahead of Game 3.

Namely the health of Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov. The pivot was injured in the first period of Game 2 and wasn’t able to return. In usual NHL playoff form, all we know about the injury is which half of the body it’s affecting.

Kuznetsov is considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury and is questionable for Game 3, according to a report from NHL.com. On Thursday during a conference call, Capitals head coach Barry Trotz said “I don’t have any updates for you” regarding the 26-year-old’s status.

While Washington’s top six can survive losing the leading scorer of the playoffs—Nicklas Backstrom is a perfectly capable No. 1 center and Lars Eller is serviceable on the second line—the third and fourth units will take hefty hits.

With the way the Final has been going, depth scoring will continue to be key, and losing the one-two punch of Kuznetsov and Backstrom could be devastating.

The Capitals have dealt with these kinds of injuries as recently as the second round, and they will have tons of energy to feed off of because of the home crowd advantage. But the former first-round pick has been a key member of Washington’s postseason drive.

Fleury is also due for a bounce-back game after giving up three goals on 26 shots in Game 2. He’s yet to drop back-to-back games in these playoffs, so perhaps he’s set to see that change, but the Flower has been outstanding for the Golden Knights all year. He’s as cool and collected as they come and will likely bring his A-game to Washington.

Something has got to give, though, and Game 3 will be worth watching to see what that something turns out to be.

NBA Finals 2018

The NBA Finals 2018 will begin on Thursday, May 31, in either Houston or Golden State. The complete schedule is as follows: Warriors vs Cavaliers Game  Thu, May 31 2018.  Was it ever in doubt? For the fourth straight season, we have Warriors-Cavaliers for the title. We’ve got you covered all the way through the crowning of the 2018 champion.

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As the Warriors vs Cavs meet again, what are the big and little things to watch for the NBA Finals 2018. Get the latest NBA Finals 2018 news, Schedule, scores, stats, standings, recaps, ranking, fantasy games, and more. It will probably be the reining champions, Here’s why the Cleveland Cavaliers will spoil another Golden State Warriors title run.

Here we go again. For the fourth consecutive year, the Golden State Warriors will take on the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers clash in the NBA Finals for the 4th straight season. After every crazy thing that has happened to and around this Cavaliers team, it’s still the same opponent.

Both the Cavs and Warriors have been in the top ten in scoring and three-pointers made during each season of their now four-year Finals runs. Each club is at its best when overwhelming opponents on offence, but during these playoffs they’ve both had to adjust their styles at times and slog it out.

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors will meet in the NBA Finals for the fourth straight season after each team won seven-game conference-final series during Memorial Day weekend.

The 2018 NBA Finals will have a much different look from last year even though the teams are the same. The Cavaliers have undergone a significant overhaul, with eight players on the current roster joining the team within the past 12 months.

The Warriors are largely the same from last year, although it is unclear when or if guard/forward Andre Iguodala will return, as the veteran has missed his last four games with a left leg lateral contusion. Golden State does have two notable additions to its rotation in energetic rookie forward Jordan Bell and veteran shooting guard Nick Young.

French Open 2018

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French Open 2018 will be taking place from Sunday, 27th May 2018 to Sunday 10th June 2018 at the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris, France. It will be the 122nd edition of this highly anticipated tennis Grand Slam. It is the second grand slam of the year and Rafael Nadal will be defending his title in men’s singles category while Jeļena Ostapenko will defend her woman’s singles title.

French Open 2018 coverage starts at around 10:00 uk time and ITV will have live coverage in the UK while ESPN channel is broadcasting the game live in USA.

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The second grand slam of 2018 tennis calendar, French Open 2018 tennis championship will be starting a week later than its usual start as Round 1 matches begins on 27th May and will be played through to 10 June with the mens final taking place on Sunday, 10th June. There is a different feel to this year’s competition as 10 time winner Rafael Nadal is not going into the competition as favorite after some poor performances and lack of form of Novak Djokovic makes this year’s mens competition as open as it has ever been in last 10 to 12 years.

ITV will be broadcasting french open live in United Kingdom while EuroSport 1 and EuroSport 2 will have entire French Open championship 2018 coverage in most of European countries. EuroSport coverage will start with the morning session at around 10:00 CET every day while EuroSport2 will also have coverage from other courts.

French Open Live StreamingFrench Open 2018 Schedule:

Following is the dates and schedule of 2018 Roland Garros championship.

  1. Round 1 (27 May to 28 May)
  2. Round 2 (29 May & 30 May)
  3. Round 3 (31 May & 01 June)
  4. Round 4 (02 June & 03 June)
  5. Quarter Finals (04 June & 05 June)
  6. Women Semifinals (06 June)
  7. Men’s Semifinals (08 June)
  8. Women Final (09 June)
  9. Men Final (10 June)

The final schedule of play and first round draw will be released once the qualifying rounds are over and we will update here round 1 matches details and what courts the matches will be played on. at totalSPORTEK.com we will be providing live streaming links for most of the matches throughout the 2018 French Open. On this page you will find a featured stream of Philippe-Chatrier (Main-court) matches and alternative streams for other courts and important matches both in women and mens singles events.

French Open prize money has got yet another hike with an 8% increase in the total prize money fund taking it to $48 million where winners of both men’s singles and women’s singles events will pocket as much as $2.7 million. French Open is now only behind US Open and Wimbledon in terms of prize money.

Upcoming Matches (Sunday, 27 May 2018) – First round matches being on Sunday, 27th May 2018 while the qualifiers takes place a week before the round 1 matches. The draw for the first round of singles event will take place on Friday, 25 May 2018. Once the first round draw has been made we will update this page with the daily schedule and when and where you can watch major singles matches throughout the day.

Cavaliers-Warriors Live Stream Free

NBA conference finals are over and we have our two winners with Cavaliers winning the eastern conference while Golden State Warriors winning the Western Conference and qualifying for the 2018 NBA finals. Warriors will host Cavaliers in the opening game of the four match series on Thursday, 31 May 2018.

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Cleveland Cavaliers take on Golden State Warriors in the first game of the NBA 2018 Finals series this thursday, 31 may 2018. The game will start at around 09:00 p.m EST and ABC will have the live coverage in the US while BT Sports 1 continue their extensive NBA coverage in the UK.

NBA Finals 2018 Schedule – Confirmed
DATE MATCH DATE
Friday, 1 June 2018 Cavaliers vs Warriors 9:00 p.m EST
Monday, 03 June 2018 Cavaliers vs Warriors 9:00 p.m EST
Thursday, 07 June 2018 Warriors vs Cavaliers 9:00 p.m EST
Saturday, 09 June 2018 Warriors vs Cavaliers 9:00 p.m EST
Tuesday, 12 June 2018 Cavaliers vs Warriors 9:00 p.m EST
Wednesday, 15 June 2018 Warriors vs Cavaliers 9:00 p.m EST
Monday, 18 June 2018 Warriors vs Cavaliers 9:00 p.m EST


NBA Finals Schedule: So we have our final two teams for the 2018 NBA Finals with Cleveland Cavaliers taking on Golden State Warriors in the four game series starting this Thursday, 31st May 2018. Below is the entire schedule of the finals series.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Golden State Warriors (Game 1)
Date: Thursday, 31 May 2018 – Time: 9:00 p.m ET
TV Channel: ABC

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Golden State Warriors (Game 2)
Date: Sunday, 02 June 2018 – Time: 09:00 p.m ET
TV Channel: ABC

We will have live links of the Cleveland Cavaliers first conference final game against either Boston Celtics or Philadelphia 76ers on 13th May.
Cavaliers defeated Boston Celtics in the eastern conference finals to qualify for their fourth consecutive NBA finals where they take on familiar foe, Golden State Warriors who themselves qualify for the finals after beating Houston Rockets 4-3 in the 7 game series.

2018 Finals will be the repeat of last year where Golden State Warriors defeated Cavaliers 4-1 in the 5 game series. It will be the 8th consecutive final appearance for Golden State Warriors.

How to watch NBA Finals 2018 Live Online: Well for the first time in history, NBA Finals will be broadcasted not only on ABC network in the US but also Youtube TV service which is a subscription based in the US. While UK viewers can watch the NBA finals on BT Sports 1.

Warriors vs Cavaliers Live, Stream,NBA Playoffs Final 2018

NBA Finals 2018: How to watch the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State WarriorsThe NBA Finals are finally here, and for the fourth consecutive season, the Cleveland Cavaliers will face the defending champion Golden State Warriors. LeBron James is making his eighth straight trip to the finals but many analysts question whether his supporting cast can help him defeat the Warriors’ high-powered offense.clickhere

Oddsmakers have placed the Cavs as the biggest underdog in NBA history.

In the playoffs, the Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets while the Cavs beat the Boston Celtics to make it to the finals.

How to watch NBA Finals 2018

What: 2018 NBA Finals
Date: Starting Thursday, May 31 & 17 June
Time: 9 p.m. ET
TV: ABC
Streaming: WatchESPN.com or the WatchESPN mobile app

NBA Finals 2018 schedule

  • Game 1 (Oakland): Thursday, May 31, 9 p.m. ET
  • Game 2 (Oakland): Sunday, June 3, 8 p.m. ET
  • Game 3 (Cleveland): Wednesday, June 6, 9 p.m. ET
  • Game 4 (Cleveland): Friday, June 8, 9 p.m. ET
  • Game 5 (Oakland): Monday, June 11, 9 p.m. ET
  • Game 6 (Cleveland): Thursday, June 14, 9 p.m. ET
  • Game 7 (Oakland): Sunday, June 17, 8 p.m. ET

2018 NBA Finals odds

The Warriors are a massive -750 to win the series. This means you would need to bet $7.50 to win $1.

Cavaliers vs Warriors

The 2018 NBA Finals features the Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warriors for the fourth year in a row. You can watch Warriors vs Cavaliers live online free streaming with or without cable, or plop down in front of ABC Sports on TV as basketball stars LeBron James and Stephen Curry square off yet again.Free Subscribe Now

The Hulu Live TV service is our recommended way to watch the 2018 NBA Finals Game 1 online live streaming without cable tonight. ABC and other local channels are included in the Hulu Live TV package, so you’ll easily be able to watch the Warriors Cavs game online via your computer or the Hulu Live mobile app.

Satellite or cable TV subscribers will need to go here and utilize the Watch ESPN website to watch the NBA Finals live streaming without any additional cost. The Watch ESPN app is also accessible via a cable or satellite provider login where the NBA Finals can be streamed.

The Golden State Warriors stand on the threshold of joining the greatest NBA franchise dynasties in history. If they win, and odds makers expect them to despite Andre Iduodala still being sidelined, GSW will have won the title in three of the past four seasons.

LeBron James has his own legacy to uphold. He’s now playing in his seventh straight NBA Finals which is insane no matter what way you look at it. Unlike the last two games against the Celtics, Kevin Love has cleared concussion protocol and is available to play.

If the Warriors go on their patented third quarter runs like they did against the Rockets then not even the hottest LeBron James would be able to counter that punch.

Cavs vs Warriors

NBA conference finals are over and we have our two winners with Cavaliers winning the eastern conference while Golden State Warriors winning the Western Conference and qualifying for the 2018 NBA finals. Warriors will host Cavaliers in the opening game of the four match series on Thursday, 31 May 2018.

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Cleveland Cavaliers take on Golden State Warriors in the first game of the NBA 2018 Finals series this thursday, 31 may 2018. The game will start at around 09:00 p.m EST and ABC will have the live coverage in the US while BT Sports 1 continue their extensive NBA coverage in the UK.

NBA Finals 2018 Schedule – Confirmed
DATE MATCH DATE
Friday, 1 June 2018 Cavaliers vs Warriors 9:00 p.m EST
Monday, 03 June 2018 Cavaliers vs Warriors 9:00 p.m EST
Thursday, 07 June 2018 Warriors vs Cavaliers 9:00 p.m EST
Saturday, 09 June 2018 Warriors vs Cavaliers 9:00 p.m EST
Tuesday, 12 June 2018 Cavaliers vs Warriors 9:00 p.m EST
Wednesday, 15 June 2018 Warriors vs Cavaliers 9:00 p.m EST
Monday, 18 June 2018 Warriors vs Cavaliers 9:00 p.m EST


NBA Finals Schedule: So we have our final two teams for the 2018 NBA Finals with Cleveland Cavaliers taking on Golden State Warriors in the four game series starting this Thursday, 31st May 2018. Below is the entire schedule of the finals series.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Golden State Warriors (Game 1)
Date: Thursday, 31 May 2018 – Time: 9:00 p.m ET
TV Channel: ABC

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Golden State Warriors (Game 2)
Date: Sunday, 02 June 2018 – Time: 09:00 p.m ET
TV Channel: ABC

We will have live links of the Cleveland Cavaliers first conference final game against either Boston Celtics or Philadelphia 76ers on 13th May.
Cavaliers defeated Boston Celtics in the eastern conference finals to qualify for their fourth consecutive NBA finals where they take on familiar foe, Golden State Warriors who themselves qualify for the finals after beating Houston Rockets 4-3 in the 7 game series.

2018 Finals will be the repeat of last year where Golden State Warriors defeated Cavaliers 4-1 in the 5 game series. It will be the 8th consecutive final appearance for Golden State Warriors.

How to watch NBA Finals 2018 Live Online: Well for the first time in history, NBA Finals will be broadcasted not only on ABC network in the US but also Youtube TV service which is a subscription based in the US. While UK viewers can watch the NBA finals on BT Sports 1.