The 2019 NBA Playoffs

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2019 NBA Playoffs: First-Round Schedule and Matchups
Apr 11, 2019 1:59 PM ET


The 2019 NBA Playoffs will begin on Saturday, April 13. Here is the full schedule for the 2019 NBA first round:

Eastern Conference -- First Round


Eastern Conference Playoff Preview
(1) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (8) Detroit Pistons
Game 1: Sun, April 14 Detroit at Milwaukee, 7 ET, TNT
Game 2: Wed, April 17 Detroit at Milwaukee, 8 ET, NBA TV
Game 3: Sat, April 20 Milwaukee at Detroit, 8 ET, ESPN
Game 4: Mon, April 22 Milwaukee at Detroit, 8 ET, TNT
*Game 5: Wed, April 24 Detroit at Milwaukee, TBD, TBD
*Game 6: Fri, April 26 Milwaukee at Detroit, TBD, TBD
*Game 7: Sun, April 28 Detroit at Milwaukee, TBD, TBD
(2) Toronto Raptors vs. (7) Orlando Magic
Game 1: Sat, April 13 Orlando at Toronto. 5 ET, ESPN
Game 2: Tue, April 16 Orlando at Toronto, 8 ET, TNT
Game 3: Fri, April 19 Toronto at Orlando, 7 ET, ESPN
Game 4: Sun, April 21 Toronto at Orlando, 7 ET, TNT
*Game 5: Tue, April 23 Orlando at Toronto, TBD, TBD
*Game 6: Thu, April 25 Toronto at Orlando, TBD, TBD
*Game 7: Sat, April 27 Orlando at Toronto, TBD, TNT
(3) Philadelphia 76ers vs. (6) Brooklyn Nets
Game 1: Sat, April 13 Brooklyn at Philadelphia, 2:30 ET, ESPN
Game 2: Mon, April 15 Brooklyn at Philadelphia, 8 ET, TNT
Game 3: Thu, April 18 Philadelphia at Brooklyn, 8 ET, TNT
Game 4: Sat, April 20 Philadelphia at Brooklyn, 3 ET, TNT
*Game 5: Tue, April 23 Brooklyn at Philadelphia TBD, TBD
*Game 6: Thu, April 25 Philadelphia at Brooklyn TBD, TBD
*Game 7: Sat, April 27 Brooklyn at Philadelphia, TBD, TNT
(4) Boston Celtics vs. (5) Indiana Pacers
Game 1: Sun, April 14 Indiana at Boston, 1 ET, TNT
Game 2: Wed, April 17 Indiana at Boston, 7 ET, TNT
Game 3: Fri, April 19 Boston at Indiana, 8:30 ET, ABC
Game 4: Sun, April 21 Boston at Indiana, 1 ET, ABC
*Game 5: Wed, April 24 Indiana at Boston, TBD, TBD
*Game 6: Fri, April 26 Boston at Indiana, TBD, TBD
*Game 7: Sun, April 28 Indiana at Boston, TBD, TBD




Western Conference -- First Round


Western Conference Playoff Preview
(1) Golden State Warriors vs. (8) LA Clippers
Game 1: Sat, April 13 LA at Golden State, 8 ET, ABC
Game 2: Mon, April 15 LA at Golden State, 10:30 ET, TNT
Game 3: Thu, April 18 Golden State at LA, 10:30 ET, TNT
Game 4: Sun, April 21 Golden State at LA, 3:30 ET, ABC
*Game 5: Wed, April 24 LA at Golden State, TBD, TBD
*Game 6: Fri, April 26 Golden State at LA, TBD, TBD
*Game 7: Sun, April 28 LA at Golden State, TBD, TBD
(2) Denver Nuggets vs. (7) San Antonio Spurs
Game 1: Sat, April 13 San Antonio at Denver, 10:30 ET, ESPN
Game 2: Tue, April 16 San Antonio at Denver, 9 ET, NBA TV
Game 3: Thu, April 18 Denver at San Antonio, 9 ET, NBA TV
Game 4: Sat, April 20 Denver at San Antonio, 5:30 ET, TNT
*Game 5: Tue, April 23 San Antonio at Denver, TBD, TBD
*Game 6: Thu, April 25 Denver at San Antonio, TBD, TBD
*Game 7: Sat, April 27 San Antonio at Denver, TBD, TNT
(3) Portland Trail Blazers vs. (6) Oklahoma City Thunder
Game 1: Sun, April 14 Oklahoma City at Portland, 3:30 ET, ABC
Game 2: Tue, April 16 Oklahoma City at Portland, 10:30 ET, TNT
Game 3: Fri, April 19 Portland at Oklahoma City, 9:30 ET, ESPN
Game 4: Sun, April 21 Portland at Oklahoma City, 9:30 ET, TNT
*Game 5: Tue, April 23 Oklahoma City at Portland, TBD, TBD
*Game 6: Thu, April 25 Portland at Oklahoma City, TBD, TBD
*Game 7: Sat, April 27 Oklahoma City at Portland, TBD, TNT
(4) Houston Rockets vs. (5) Utah Jazz
Game 1: Sun, April 14 Utah at Houston, 9:30 ET, TNT
Game 2: Wed, April 17 Utah at Houston, 9:30 ET, TNT
Game 3: Sat, April 20 Houston at Utah, 10:30 ET, ESPN
Game 4: Mon, April 22 Houston at Utah 10:30 ET, TNT
*Game 5: Wed, April 24 Utah at Houston, TBD, TBD
*Game 6: Fri, April 26 Houston at Utah, TBD, TBD
*Game 7: Sun, April 28 Utah at Houston, TBD, TBD
Additional scheduling information, including tip times for each game, will be furnished as soon as possible consistent with the need to fulfill league obligations.
If First Round series are completed in six (6) games or fewer, the Conference Semifinals may move up to begin on either Saturday, April 28 or Sunday, April 29.
All games in the First Round, except those televised on ABC are available to be televised locally. However, the game on ABC on April 19 may be televised locally.
* - If Necessary
TBD - To Be Determined
 

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Daah, waiting game 6, jana madogo sijui ilikuaje aisee
Ila curry anakua mzuri akicheza Canada,
Hope you enjoyed the game
Absolutely, T.Raptors wakizembea tu game 6, game 7 wanakufa pia. But pamoja na yote Raptors nimewanyooshea mikoni sio kwa mchezo ule na zile points
 

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Ok, there are rumours that he will sign with New York Knicks and few other teams are still trying to pursue him. Only 3 weeks to go and the truth will be out there.
I heard Nets will be in for his signature as well, last week it bit shifted from Knicks to Nets.
 
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Despite murmurs that Kevin Durant was angling to leave the Golden State Warriors as a free agent this summer, the team reportedly intended to offer the two-time Finals MVP a long-term extension while allowing him to leave the team at any point during the contract, a source told The Athletic's Frank Isola.


Whether that is still the Warriors' plan in the wake of Durant's injury in Game 5 remains to be seen. Team personnel apparently believe the 30-year-old suffered a torn right Achilles tendon, a severe and potentially career-shortening injury that would effectively wipe out Durant's 2019-20 season.

The Warriors' reported offer to Durant would have included "the understanding that if he wanted to leave at any point during his contract the team would grant him that wish," as Isola phrases it, but it's not clear how that would work.

The current collective bargaining agreement dictates that NBA contracts can only contain one player-option year, according to Larry Coon's NBA Salary Cap FAQ. Beyond that specific contract structure, Durant could become a free agent by agreeing to have the remainder of his deal bought out by the Warriors for nothing, but there is no CBA framework to enforce a handshake agreement regarding an indefinite, rolling early-termination option.

Durant currently has a player option for the 2019-20 season valued at $31.5 million. If he declines that option, he is eligible to re-sign with the Warriors for up to $219 million over five years, which would secure his services through the 2023-24 campaign - his age-35 season.
 

Lizarazu

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Nyie ndio wale tunaowaita bandwagoners hahahah

Steph anafanya mbaya sana .

Eti u amuita baby faced assasin "kizee cha kuvizia free throws " heheheh acha nicheke

Kwa Sasa ngoja sisi tutulie
Eti shabiki wa Golden state warriors nae ana ujasiri wa kumuita mtu bandwagon... au labda kuna watu tuna litamka tu hili neno pasipo kufahamu maana yake sahihi.

Anyway hivi kocha mkuu wa golden state warriors alikuwa nani kabla ya Steve kerr? nakupa sekunde 30 za kujibu hili swali kabla hujakimbilia google.

Stephen tofauti na three points shooting, points zake nying anazipata kwa free throws ambazo anazitafuta kiujanja ujanja akitumia advantge ya umbo lake dogo kuwaadaa marefa. Na ana bahati siku hizi NBA wameweka masheria mengi ambayo yamefanya wachezaji wapunguze aggresiveness ingekuwa ndio miaka ile ya 2008 kushuka watu wenye miili iliyosinyaa kama wa stephen curry tusingewajua kabisa kwenye NBA kwa maana ngoma ilikuwa inachezwa physically kweli na foul calls hazikuwa soft kama ilivyo leo hii. Ngoja nikipata muda ntakuonyeha kipande cha video ujionee hapa
 

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Despite murmurs that Kevin Durant was angling to leave the Golden State Warriors as a free agent this summer, the team reportedly intended to offer the two-time Finals MVP a long-term extension while allowing him to leave the team at any point during the contract, a source told The Athletic's Frank Isola.


Whether that is still the Warriors' plan in the wake of Durant's injury in Game 5 remains to be seen. Team personnel apparently believe the 30-year-old suffered a torn right Achilles tendon, a severe and potentially career-shortening injury that would effectively wipe out Durant's 2019-20 season.

The Warriors' reported offer to Durant would have included "the understanding that if he wanted to leave at any point during his contract the team would grant him that wish," as Isola phrases it, but it's not clear how that would work.
The current collective bargaining agreement dictates that NBA contracts can only contain one player-option year, according to Larry Coon's NBA Salary Cap FAQ. Beyond that specific contract structure, Durant could become a free agent by agreeing to have the remainder of his deal bought out by the Warriors for nothing, but there is no CBA framework to enforce a handshake agreement regarding an indefinite, rolling early-termination option.

Durant currently has a player option for the 2019-20 season valued at $31.5 million. If he declines that option, he is eligible to re-sign with the Warriors for up to $219 million over five years, which would secure his services through the 2023-24 campaign - his age-35 season.
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