NBA releases their official Christmas schedule finals rematch, revealing that the Cavs will have a chance to steal the crown from the last NBA champ, the Warriors, in Oakland this upcoming holiday.
Usually, people spend their Christmas in shopping malls, but for NBA fans—it is the time to sit back and bet to their favorite basketball teams!
It is already a tradition that on every Christmas, the center stage is always handed to the most awaited event during the NBA season and most of the leading U.S. sport do a national televised viewing audience, and this year…we will have another mind-blowing rematch in December.
The released schedule by NBA.com shows that the game was headlined with the rematch between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors. The two teams will have another face off after their match last seasons at NBA Finals. According to the site, this will be the very first time that Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and the Warriors compete against LeBron James and the company since Game 6 last June.
NBA.com also added that this rematch may feature Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love who didn’t get a chance to play for their teams because of injuries.
During the past season, the Cavs were able to dominate the series 2-1, but the Warriors were able to rally off three straight for the title. This made the site state that the rematch could be NBA’s biggest game this year.
The game will begin with a battle between the teams of Miami Heat and the New Orleans Pelicans. The stars that fans should watch in this matchup would be Dwyne Wade and Anthony Davis.
Meanwhile, Chicago Bulls and Oklahoma City Thunder pairings will follow the first game. According to the site, the two teams could be true contenders for the championship.
On the other hand, San Antonio Spurs and their Texas rival Houston Rockets will compete in the game. This game will feature two of the top teams in the Western Conference.
The domestic broadcast partners of the league are ESPN, TNT, NBA TV, NBA on ESPN Radio and ABC.
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