May 16, 2014, 8:00 AM EDT
After so much drama — Damian Lillard hitting big shots, the surprise of the Washington Wizards and so much more — here we are at the NBA’s final four, the Eastern and Western Conference Finals.
And it’s the top two seeds from each conference.
In the NBA playoffs the best teams almost always advance and not shockingly the best teams are left now. Here are the schedules for this round (all times Eastern).
San Antonio vs. Oklahoma City
Game 1 – Monday at San Antonio 9:00PM TNT
Game 2 – Wednesday at San Antonio 9:00PM TNT
Game 3 – May 25 at Oklahoma City 8:30PM TNT
Game 4 – May 27 at Oklahoma City 9:00PM TNT
Game 5 * May 29 at San Antonio 9:00PM TNT
Game 6 * May 31 at Oklahoma City 8:30PM TNT
Game 7 * June 2 at San Antonio 9:00PM TNT
Indiana vs. Miami
Game 1 – Sunday at Indiana 3:30PM ABC
Game 2 – Tuesday at Indiana 8:30PM ESPN
Game 3 – May 24 at Miami 8:30PM ESPN
Game 4 – May 26 at Miami 8:30PM ESPN
Game 5 * May 28 at Indiana 8:30PM ESPN
Game 6 * May 30 at Miami 8:30PM ESPN
Game 7 * June 1 at Indiana 8:30PM ESPN
The NBA Finals are slated to start June 5 and will begin in either San Antonio or Oklahoma City (both had better records than either of the two top teams in the East).
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