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Phoenix Suns See A Path To NBA Finals
The NBA’s final four teams are set, and the conference championship series tipped off this week.
In the Western Conference, it’s the Golden State Warriors against the Dallas Mavericks, who eliminated the Suns in seven games in the conference semifinals. In the East, the Miami Heat face off against the Boston Celtics.
The winners of each series will meet in the NBA Finals for a chance to hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy.
The Heat defeated the Celtics in the Eastern Conference Championship series opener on Tuesday night. Miami rallied from a halftime deficit to score the home victory.
Despite the fact No. 1 seed Miami began the series with home-court advantage, the Celtics were the favorites to win the series at all the major sportsbooks. After playing without regular starters Marcus Smart (foot injury) and Al Horford (health & safety protocols) in Game 1, Boston has flipped from series favorite to underdog.
Game 2 is Thursday night in Miami.
The series opener of the Western Conference Finals is Wednesday night in San Francisco where the visiting Mavericks will try to carry over the momentum from their 33-point win over Game 7 on Sunday.
Golden State, which defeated Memphis in six games in the conference semifinals, has two extra days of rest before Wednesday’s Game 1 against Dallas. The Warriors boast a big three in Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green, and that trio will try to slow down Mavericks guard Luka Doncic, who may be playing better right now than anyone on the planet.
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