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NBA Finals Cavaliers vs Warriors 2018: First round matchups set Welcome to watch Cavaliers vs Warriors Live stream online free HD TV coverage. Watch NBA conference finals 2018 direct on NBCSN, CBC, SN, TV Channel.
The Eastern Conference finals feature both No. 1 seeds for the first time since the NBA adjusted its Finals format four years ago, and there's no shortage of star power and storylines as the Warriors and Cavaliers chase their first NBA Finalss of the salary-cap era.

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Warriors is making its first conference finals appearance since 1998 after finally vanquishing the rival Penguins in the second round. Tampa, meanwhile, is a NBA Finals semifinalist for a third time in four years and the heavy favorite advance after facing very little turbulence so far in the postseason.
he matchup for the NBA Finals 2018 is set and it will once again feature the Golden State Warriors as a heavy favorite against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Here is the complete Schedule, TV channels, times, dates, TV Coverage and more.

Time Game Round Channel
Thursday, May 31
9:00
PM
Cavs
Warriors
NBA Finals
Game 1
ABC
Sunday, June 3
8:00
PM
Cavs
Warriors
NBA Finals
Game 2
ABC
Wednesday, June 6
9:00
PM
Warriors
Cavs
NBA Finals
Game 3
ABC
Friday, June 8
9:00
PM
Warriors
Cavs
NBA Finals
Game 4
ABC
Monday, June 11
9:00
PM
Cavs
Warriors
NBA Finals
Game 5*
ABC
Thursday, June 14
9:00
PM
Warriors
Cavs
NBA Finals
Game 6*
ABC
Sunday, June 17
8:00
PM
Cavs
Warriors
NBA Finals
Game 7*
ABC

LeBron James believes that his passion for the game is what allows him to play at a high level and win championships (via USA Today):

At the end of the day, the game is won in between the lines, and we have an opportunity to play for a championship. That’s all that matters. No matter what the storyline is going to be, no matter if we’re picked to win or not, let’s just go out and play ball. We’re going to have a great game plan. We’re going to try to get better throughout the series, and we’ll see what happens. I just like to compete. I have a love for the game. I have a passion for the game, and everything else will take care of itself.

Warriors GM Bob Meyers spoke about how difficult the journey to a fourth consecutive Finals has been for his organization (via ESPN)

This was a harder-earned road, so far. We haven’t won anything yet. But to where we are now, what we’ve had to overcome was harder. Being hunted is different than hunting, and we’ve been in that role for a long time. The scrutiny that is on these guys, they can’t help but feel that. We were supposed to win every game we played this year. Every single game. That’s, I guess, the position you want to be in. But there’s a weight to that.

Cavs coach Tyronn Lue told the media that his team rallied around the injured Kevin Love to become the first team to win a playoff game in Boston this year and also indicated that the big man has a chance to return from a concussion he suffered in Game 6 of the ECF in time for the Finals (via ASAP Sports):

We told the guys that Kevin wasn’t coming back, and they all got together and just huddled up and just came together as one, and coming into tonight, we knew he was going to be out, and we said we want to do this for Kevin. It’s tough, Kevin wanted to play, to be in a Game 7 situation like this in the Eastern Conference Finals, being an All-Star, being our second-best player, and he just wasn’t able to go. So he was down, but the guys picked him up, so now he has another chance when we get to The Finals to be ready.

Cavaliers vs Warriors

The Golden State Warriors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET.

That’s a line that could have been written word for word for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 editions, as the two teams are facing off in the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive year.

Per NBA.com, the same two teams have never met in the championship round four consecutive times in MLB, the NHL or the NFL. Further research indicates that such a feat would be a first in MLS and the WNBA as well, although the Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks have met in the championship for two years and counting in the latter league.

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NBA Finals 2018 schedule

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Game 1 in Oakland: June 1, 2am BST

Game 2 in Oakland: June 4, 1am BST

Game 3 in Cleveland: June 7, 2am BST

Game 4 in Cleveland: June 9, 2am BST

Game 5* in Oakland: June 12, 2am BST

Game 6* in Cleveland: June 15, 2am BST

Game 7* in Oakland: June 18, 1am BST

Although the Warriors are heavy favorites in this year’s championship, per OddsShark, it wouldn’t be the biggest shock to see Cavs forward LeBron James drop 40-point triple doubles en route to a massive upset.

The Golden State Warriors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET.

That’s a line that could have been written word for word for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 editions, as the two teams are facing off in the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive year.

Per NBA.com, the same two teams have never met in the championship round four consecutive times in MLB, the NHL or the NFL. Further research indicates that such a feat would be a first in MLS and the WNBA as well, although the Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks have met in the championship for two years and counting in the latter league.

Familiar NBA Finals foes the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are back to battle in the championship round for the fourth straight year. It’s the series most predicted in October, but one that looked less likely as each club encountered an uncharacteristically tough road out of their respective conferences.

The two teams combined for one loss through the first three rounds last year. They dropped seven total in 2016 and just five in 2015. This postseason, they lost at least five games each and suffered 11 defeats together.

Even still, both are back in their normal places at the mountaintop, and one is four wins away from its latest world title. Since Golden State and LeBron James are each already regarded as historic powers, this has legacy implications for both sides.

2018 NBA Finals Schedule and Broadcast Info

Game 1—Thursday, May 31: Cavaliers at Warriors, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
Game 2—Sunday, June 3: Cavaliers at Warriors, 8 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
Game 3—Wednesday, June 6: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
Game 4—Friday, June 8: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
*Game 5—Monday, June 11: Cavaliers at Warriors, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
*Game 6—Thursday, June 14: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
*Game 7—Sunday, June 17: Cavaliers at Warriors, 8 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are about to face off in the NBA Finals starting Thursday — and what better way to get amped for the match-up than a shamelessly tacky 1980s-style parody video?

A hilarious clip from CBS Sports is making the rounds that seems to pay homage to the 1980s twin poles of cheesy sitcoms: Full House and Family Matters. The former was shot in the Bay Area (a nod to Golden State), the latter in Chicago, to tie it to the Midwest (not quite Cleveland, but close-ish). “Season 4 of Cavs vs. Warriors was filmed in front of a live studio audience,” reads the text in front of a perfect VHS-static filter.