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*

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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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.