2010 NBA Finals | Schedule of GamesCategory: Basketball
By winning games 4 and 5 in their Eastern Conference Finals series with the Boston Celtics, the Orlando Magic threatened to become the first team in NBA history to win a series after a 3-0 deficit.
At Game 6 today, Nate Robinson scored all of his 13 points in the second quarter leading a charge that allowed the Celtics to pull away for a 96-84 victory and series win, 4-2.
With the win, Boston became the first team to advance to the 2010 NBA Finals and their second finals appearance in three seasons.
UPDATE May 30, 2010: The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Phoenix Suns 111-103 in Game 6 to close out their Western Conference Finals series at 4 games to 2.
The NBA Finals is already set!
Below is the 2010 NBA Finals schedule:
No. 1 (Western Conference) Los Angeles Lakers vs No. 4 (Eastern Conference) Boston Celtics
The NBA Finals will be under a Thursday-Sunday-Tuesday rotation.
Game 1 Thursday, June 3 Boston at LAL 9 p.m. ABC/R/TSN – Game 1 results
Game 2 Sunday, June 6 Boston at LAL 8 p.m. ABC/R/TSN – Game 2 results
Game 3 Tuesday, June 8 LAL at Boston 9 p.m. ABC/R/TSN – Game 3 results
Game 4 Thursday, June 10 LAL at Boston 9 p.m. ABC/R/TSN – Game 4 results
Game 5 Sunday, June 13 LAL at Boston 8 p.m. ABC/R/TSN – Game 5 results
Game 6 Tuesday, June 15 Boston at LAL 9 p.m. ABC/R/TSN – Game 6 results
Game 7 Thursday, June 17 Boston at LAL 9 p.m. ABC/R/TSN – Game 7 results
NOTE: denotes games to be played if necessary
For NBA fans based in the Philippines, we are 1 day ahead of the US so just add 1 day to the schedule; e.g. June 4 instead of June 3, games are in Monday-Wednesday-Friday rotation.
Time is the same except that it’s in a.m. instead of p.m.
Channels that will show 2010 NBA Finals games are BTV and Solar TV daily, ESPN every Monday and Star Sports every Friday.