Heat vs Nuggets: what time, TV and how to watch online every 2023 NBA Finals game
Here’s a guide to keeping up with the 2023 National Basketball Association Finals featuring the Denver Nuggets and Miami Heat.
The Miami Heat and the Denver Nuggets are ready to face off in the 2023 NBA Finals. Last night, the Miami Heat won their Eastern Conference Finals game against the Boston Celtics in the TD Garden arena. The Miami Heat were led by Jimmy Butler, who scored an impressive 28 points, earning him the Eastern Conference Finals MVP title after their 103-84 close-out victory.
Even though Boston had won three consecutive games, regaining momentum in the series, their return to TD Garden for Game 7 was not very promising. Their performance at home during the postseason had been lackluster, winning only half of their ten home games before this match.
The atmosphere at the Garden was electric in the half-hour lead-up to the game, reminiscent of the days of Larry Bird. However, Boston’s hopes were dashed early in the game when Jayson Tatum twisted his ankle on the first possession, rendering him ineffective throughout the rest of the match, contributing to their eventual loss.
Following the defeat in Game 6 against Miami, the Heat surprisingly displayed a sense of calmness. As evident from Monday’s game, Eric Spoelstra had effectively prepared his team for Game 7 despite the devastating loss. The Heat’s unwavering determination and perseverance paid off, making them only the second eight-seeded team to reach the Finals. They carry this resilient mindset into Game 1 of the NBA Finals against Denver on Thursday night.
2023 NBA Finals TV Schedule
2023 NBA Finals: How to watch
Passionate basketball enthusiasts have relied on NBA League Pass for comprehensive coverage during the regular season. However, regarding the playoffs, TNT, ESPN, and ESPN platforms air and stream the games exclusively. Although League Pass offers live games, news, highlights, studio shows, and classic matchups from the archives, it’s important to note that it doesn’t cover NBA Playoff games.
Fortunately, several streaming platforms and cable networks can stream these channels. Among these platforms is Fubo, which provides a wide range of programming. Most streaming services offer free trials or discounts upon sign-up, and Fubo offers Fubo Pro at $74.99 per month after a one-week free trial. Although TNT is not included in the channel lineup, subscribers gain access to 151 channels, including ESPN, over 100 sporting events, a cloud DVR capable of storing up to 1,000 hours of content, and the ability to stream on an unlimited number of screens within the home.
For Spanish-speaking sports fans, Fubo offers a discounted Latino package priced at $24.99 per month (regularly $32.99), catering to their preferences and ensuring a comprehensive sports viewing experience.