NBA Finals: Will it be the Miami Heat or will Los Angeles Lakers will win the NBA Finals Game-2 2020. The Seven match series will go LIVE in 215 countries all around the globe and will be produced in 48 languages as per the information provided by the NBA. YouTube TV has renewed its multiyear marketing partnership with the league as presenting partner of the NBA, WNBA, and NBA G League Finals. YouTube TV’s NBA Finals plans include launching a new brand TV spot, featuring branding throughout the arena, and bringing the product experience to life through innovative broadcast integrations on ABC.
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Miami Heat will attempt to win their 4th NBA title while the Lakers are trying to win their 17th NBA championship, which would tie the Boston Celtics for the most in league history.
Where the NBA Finals will be broadcasted and Streamed Live in India & USA
NBA Finals Game 1: Lakers vs Heat live stream details
Fans in the USA can watch NBA Finals Game 1 live on the ABC Network. In India, Lakers vs Heat Game 1 live telecast will be available on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. The NBA Finals live stream will be available on Sony LIV and FanCode.
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Miami Heat vs. Los Angeles Lakers
4 – Miami is seeking its fourth NBA championship.
5 – The Heat is the first fifth seed to reach the NBA Finals since the current playoff format was implemented in the 1983-84 season.
10 – Miami and Los Angeles both finished in 10th place in their respective conferences last season, making this the first NBA Finals to feature two teams that did not qualify for the playoffs the previous season.
17 – The Lakers are trying to win their 17th NBA championship, which would tie the Boston Celtics for the most in league history.
Players, Coaches and Executives
4 – Heat President Pat Riley coached the Lakers to four NBA championships during the 1980s.
5 – Miami’s Erik Spoelstra is making his fifth NBA Finals appearance as a head coach.
10 – LeBron James will play in his 10th NBA Finals, joining Bill Russell (12), Sam Jones (11) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (10) as the only players with 10 or more appearances.
15 – Fifteen players competing in this season’s NBA Finals have played in the NBA G League, including six Lakers and nine members of the Heat.
29.6 – Los Angeles’ Anthony Davis is averaging 29.6 points in his playoff career. Only two players have a higher playoff scoring average (minimum 25 games): Michael Jordan (33.4 ppg) and Allen Iverson (29.7 ppg).
2000 – Miami rookie Tyler Herro will be the first player born in the 2000s to play in the NBA Finals.