The 2021 NBA Finals between the Bucks and the Suns will be a battle for a team to regain lost glory, and the other team to regain glory for the first time.
Phoenix may be the last team to enter the finals against this year, the last time it appeared in 1993, but despite entering this stage twice, it has never won the ultimate award. The Bucks have a longer dry season in the Finals, the last time they appeared in 1974, but at least the only time they won all the games during another trip there.
The first game of the Finals will begin in Phoenix on Tuesday at 9pm Eastern Time. This is also the best chance for two NBA superstars to win their first championship: future Hall of Famers Chris Paul, In his 16th year into the league, two-time defending NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Speaking of the “Greek freak”, after he withdrew from Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals due to hyperextension of his left knee, his condition in the first game on Tuesday is still uncertain.Milwaukee suffered a disastrous defeat by the Eagles in that game, but turned the situation around in the 5th and 6th games-thanks to The outstanding performance of Khris Middleton -Win a seat in the finals.
The Suns defeated the Clippers in six games in the Western Conference, including Perfect buzzer finish In the second game, Phoenix led 2-0. In the next three games, Paul George and his team succeeded in making the series respectable, and then Chris Paul won the sixth game 130-103, scoring 41 points.
Some other notes before Tuesday’s meeting: The Suns have a 3-0 record in the first game of the playoffs, while the Bucks have a 1-2 record. In addition, Milwaukee is the only team to enter the seven-game series in this year’s Finals, defeating the Nets in the Eastern Conference semifinals and trailing 0-2 and 3-2 in the series (need to be in the seventh The game can only be capped after extra time) at the back). The Bucks (against the Heat) and the Suns (Nuggets) also had a 4-0 sweep.
So, this is how the two teams came here. Now, here is the complete guide to watching the Bucks play against the Suns in the first game of the 2021 NBA Finals-including the start time, how to broadcast it, and the full TV schedule of the series.
Which channel are the Bucks playing against the Suns?
- TV channel: ABC
- live: ESPN application, Fubo TV
The first game of the NBA Finals between the Bucks and Suns aired on ABC on Tuesday. Wire cutters have a variety of streaming options to watch the game, including ESPN streaming apps and fuboTV, Provide 7-day free trial.
Canadian fans can watch the first game on TSN 1/4.
When did the Bucks start against the Suns?
- date: Tuesday, July 6
- time: 9 p.m. EDT
The NBA Finals will be held in Phoenix on Tuesday, July 6th at 9 pm Eastern Time. The Suns will host the first and second games of the Finals, and then the series will move to Milwaukee in the third and fourth games.
This year’s finals is the first finals between Phoenix and Milwaukee. This is also the first appearance of these two franchises in many years. The Suns (0-2 in history) entered this stage for the last time in 1993, losing to the Bulls in 6 games in the last game of Chicago’s first three consecutive championships. The last round of their previous trip was in 1976, where they lost another six consecutive games to the Celtics.
The Bucks (1-1) also had two previous NBA Finals trips. They won their first victory by sweeping the Baltimore Bullets 4-0 in 1971, but lost to the Celtics in seven games in 1974 three years later.
How to live stream the NBA Finals game
Cable subscribers can easily watch the NBA Finals by logging into the ESPN app on any device. For others, the process is slightly more complicated.
There are several OTT TV streaming options with ABC, including fuboTV, Sling, Hulu, YouTubeTV and AT&T Now. They all need to register through their website. Among these services, fuboTV, Hulu and YouTubeTV offer free trial options.
Below are links to each live option for the first game between the Bucks and the Suns.
2020 NBA Finals schedule
Below are the dates, times and TV channels of each NBA Finals game between the Bucks and Suns.
(All times are east)
|Tuesday, July 6||first round||Nine p.m||ABC|
|Thursday, July 8||Game 2||Nine p.m||ABC|
|Sunday, July 11||Game 3||eight pm||ABC|
|Wednesday, July 14||Game 4||Nine p.m||ABC|
|Saturday, July 17||Game 5*||Nine p.m||ABC|
|Tuesday, July 20||Game 6*||Nine p.m||ABC|
|Thursday, July 22||Game 7*||Nine p.m||ABC|
* If necessary