The 2021 NBA Finals are set.
Having defeated the Miami Heat in the first round, the Brooklyn Nets in the second round and the Atlanta Hawks in the third round, the Milwaukee Bucks have advanced to the NBA Finals for the first time since the 1973-74 season. They will face the Phoenix Suns, who are returning to the Finals for the first time since the 1992-93 season following series wins over the Los Angeles Lakers, Denver Nuggets and LA Clippers.
The 2021 NBA Finals will begin on Tuesday, July 6 (ET) in Phoenix. If there's Game 7, it will be played on Thursday, July 22 in Phoenix.
👀 the best of regular season matchups between the @Bucks and @Suns! #ThatsGame- NBA (@NBA) July 4, 2021
Milwaukee and Phoenix will face off in Game 1 of the #NBAFinals presented by YouTube TV Tuesday at 9:00pm/et on ABC pic.twitter.com/renPNwLtnM
Here's the full schedule...
2021 NBA Finals schedule: Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks
- Game 1: Tuesday, July 6 | Milwaukee at Phoenix, 9 ET
- Game 2: Thursday, July 8 | Milwaukee at Phoenix, 9 ET
- Game 3: Sunday, July 11 | Phoenix at Milwaukee, 8 ET
- Game 4: Wednesday, July 14 | Phoenix at Milwaukee, 9 ET
- Game 5: Saturday, July 17 | Milwaukee at Phoenix, 9 ET (if necessary)
- Game 6: Tuesday, July 20 | Phoenix at Milwaukee, TBD (if necessary)
- Game 7: Thursday, July 22 | Milwaukee at Phoenix, TBD (if necessary)
All games will be played on ABC in the United States.
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