NBA Finals: Warriors - Celtics: schedule, schedules and results of the matches |  Sports

The NBA finals begin this week and a new champion is being sought to succeed the Milwaukee Bucks. Golden State, champion of the western conference, faces the Boston Celtis, winners of the East. Curry and company return to an NBA finals three years later to face the legend of the greens, 17 times champions, again fighting for the ring 12 years later. It will be the first time the two teams have met in the title series, and there are no clear favorites. This is the schedule for the 2021/22 NBA Finals:

– Match 1: Golden State Warriors – Boston Celtics (early Thursday 2nd to Friday 3rd at 3:00)

– Match 2: Golden State Warriors – Boston Celtics (early morning from Sunday 5 to Monday 6 at 2:00)

– Game 3: Boston Celtics – Golden State Warriors (early morning from Wednesday 8 to Thursday 9 at 3:00)

– Game 4: Boston Celtics – Golden State Warriors (early morning from Friday 10 to Saturday 11 at 3:00)

– Game 5: Golden State Warriors – Boston Celtics (early morning from Monday 13 to Tuesday 14 at 3:00)

– Game 6: Boston Celtics – Golden State Warriors (early Thursday 16 to Friday 17 at 3:00)

– Game 7: Golden State Warriors – Boston Celtics (early morning from Sunday 19 to Monday 20 at 2.00)

How to watch the NBA Finals on TV:

Spain: Movistar+ and NBA TV (League Pass)

Mexico: ESPN, NBA TV (Megacable) and Televisa Deportes

Argentina: ESPN, DirecTV Sports and NBA TV (both on DirecTV and Cablevisión)

United States: ESPN, TNT, ABC and NBA TV (League Pass)

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