It's official: the Golden State Warriors will face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2017 NBA Finals, and it's the finals game everyone knew and hoped would happen.
The Cavs or the Warriors?It's the clash of two dynasties: the Golden State team is packed with talent and if it was not enough having three superstars in the form of Steph Curry, Clay Thompson and Draymond Green last year, it has added Kevin Durant this year. The Cleveland Cavaliers, on the other hand, have LeBron James, a man on a mission, helped by Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, and this year the team has added three-point shooter Kyle Korver, as well as Derrick and Deron Williams.
So how do you watch the Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers 2017 NBA Finals?
The 2017 NBA Playoffs bracket
The first game is scheduled for June 1st at 9pm Eastern Time you can stream it on Watch ESPN. All 7 games (if it comes to seven) will be shown on ABC TV. Here is the schedule for the 2017 NBA finals:
- Game 1: (1) Warriors vs. (1) Cavaliers at Golden State, 9:00 p.m. ET, ABC
- Game 2: Sunday, June 4 at Golden State, 8:00 p.m. ET, ABC
- Game 3: Wednesday, June 7 at Cleveland, 9:00 p.m. ET, ABC
- Game 4: Friday, June 9 at Cleveland, 9:00 p.m. ET, ABC
- Game 5*: Monday, June 12 at Golden State, 9:00 p.m. ET, ABC
- Game 6*: Thursday, June 15 at Cleveland, 9:00 p.m. ET, ABC
- Game 7*: Sunday, June 18 at Golden State, 8:00 p.m. ET, ABC
If you are looking to stream the games live on your iPhone, Android or other mobile device, good news is that there is a way. The most convenient way to be able to tune in to all of the games is Sling TV. The service brings together all the channels that you need for a $25 monthly fee for the basic packages and you don't need to sign up a multi-year contract. Sling TV is available on iOS devices, as well as on Android gadgets, and the app is free to download right below:
Right now, this is the best way to watch the 2017 NBA finals.
If you don't have the time to tune in live, you can also find 'Ximo Pierto' on YouTube and watch 10-minute highlights videos, as well as interviews and other NBA content shortly after the end of the game, and that is a completely free option.
So who's your favorite: the Cavs or the Warriors?