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NBA Finals Schedule 2021: Dates, times, odds, where to watch

Vinnie Goodwill joins the show to discuss Chris Paul and the Phoenix Suns closing out the Los Angeles Clippers to advance to the NBA Finals and how taking this step affects the perception of Paul’s legacy.

Tuesday night the Bucks have a chance to close out what has been an entertaining 2021 NBA Finals.

The Bucks are seeking the franchise’s first title since 1970 (it was also in the 1974 Finals). The Phoenix Suns had missed the playoffs for 10 straight years and fought through health issues of their own (Chris Paul missing the first two games of the Western Conference Finals), to reach the Suns’ first Finals since Charles Barkley wore their uniform.

The Suns started the series as favorites, -170 to win it all, while the Bucks were +135 (odds provided by our partner, PointsBet). Now the Bucks are in charge.

Here is the 2021 NBA Finals schedule (all times are Eastern):



Game 1: Phoenix 118, Milwaukee 105
Game 2: Phoenix 118, Milwaukee 108
Game 3: Milwaukee 120, Phoenix 110
Game 4: Milwaukee 109, Phoenix 103
Game 5: Milwaukee 123, Phoenix 119 (Bucks lead series 3-2)
Game 6: July 20 at Milwaukee, 9 p.m. (ABC) [Bucks -5]
Game 7: July 22 at Phoenix, 9 p.m. (ABC)*
*If necessary

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