When the NBA playoffs start next Sunday, the game will be the first of the NBA season.
The game will start at 7:30 p.m.
Eastern time, with the last game starting at 8:00 p.M.
As you can see, this will be a prime time to watch all of the playoffs.
If you’re in the eastern part of the country, be sure to tune in on a TV with at least 60 channels, as the NBA Playoffs will be broadcast on TNT and ESPN.
I’m going to be a little bit more detailed in the post-game article on how to watch NBA Finals games, but here are a few key things you need to know about the game and what you need in order to be successful in this year’s playoffs.
The Basics of the Finals Game The NBA playoffs are a very unique format.
Every team plays five games during the season, and each game is decided by a three-point shot, a two-point play, or a free throw.
The teams start out the season with two wins, and the first team to reach 50 wins is eliminated.
If the two teams tie at one point, it’s game five.
The next two games are a best-of-seven series, and if the teams tie again, it is a best, two-game series.
Teams start the playoffs with two games at home, two games on the road, and two games in the first round of the postseason.
The first game of the first-round series will be on Saturday, October 18.
The second game of that series will take place on Sunday, October 19.
If the two series tie again in the fourth game of a series, it will be played on Monday, October 20.
The best-in-three series is the best-two-out-of