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1. 76ers vs Celtics, Eastern Conference Finals
The Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics is one that has been highly anticipated all season long. These two teams met in the regular season four times, with the Celtics winning three of those contests. The most recent meeting was on April 28th, which the Celtics won 109-101.
Now, they’ll meet again with a trip to the NBA Finals on the line. The 76ers are coming off a hard-fought series victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, while the Celtics swept the Miami Heat. This series is sure to be a great one, and you can watch it all unfold live on 6streams.
2. 76ers vs Jazz, Western Conference Finals
The Sixers and Jazz are two of the best teams in the NBA, and their matchup in the Western Conference Finals is sure to be a good one. Both teams have strong defenses, and they’ll be looking to stop each other’s scoring threats. The Jazz have Rudy Gobert, who is one of the best rim protectors in the league, and the Sixers have Joel Embiid, who is one of the best scorers. This series is sure to be a close one, and it’ll be exciting to see who comes out on top.
3. Rockets vs Pelicans, Western Conference Semifinals
The Rockets and Pelicans put on a show in the Western Conference Semifinals, with Houston eventually winning the series 4-2. 6streams had live coverage of every game, and we’ve compiled the top six moments for your viewing pleasure.
4. Spurs vs Blazers, Western Conference Semifinals
In a battle of two Western Conference powerhouses, the Spurs and Blazers met in the Semifinals. The Spurs had home-court advantage, but the Blazers were not to be underestimated. The series went back and forth, with each team winning alternately. In the end, it was the Spurs who came out on top, winning 4-3.
5. Raptors vs Thunder, Eastern Conference Quarterfinals
The Toronto Raptors and Oklahoma City Thunder faced off in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, with the Raptors winning the series 4-2. The Raptors were led by Kawhi Leonard, who averaged 27.8 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 3.0 assists per game. The Thunder were led by Russell Westbrook, who averaged 24.0 points, 10.3 rebounds, and 8.5 assists per game. The series was a close one, with the Raptors winning Game 1 by just four points, and the Thunder winning Game 2 by just two points. However, in the end, the Raptors were able to come out on top thanks to their strong defense and balanced scoring attack.
6. Trailblazers vs Heat, Eastern Conference Quarterfinals
The Portland Trail Blazers are on the verge of elimination after losing Game 4 to the Miami Heat. Damian Lillard has been phenomenal for the Blazers, but he can’t do it alone. CJ McCollum needs to step up if the Blazers want to have any chance of winning this series.
The Milwaukee Bucks are the defending champions, but they’re in danger of being upset by the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets have been led by Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, who have both been incredible in this series. The Bucks need to find a way to slow down those two if they want to win this series.
The Los Angeles Lakers are one of the favorites to win the title, but they’re in a tough battle with the Phoenix Suns.