Rarely do we get both NBA basketball and WNBA basketball both being played on the same day. And we literally never get playoff basketball from both leagues on the same day.
Until today, that is. And it’s not just any playoff basketball — it’s everything you could ask for from playoff basketball.
In the NBA we have both a Game 7 and the beginning of a conference finals matchup. In the WNBA, we’ve got not one but two single elimination playoff games coming up and they both feature the teams that were in the finals last year.
It’s all going to be a lot to take in and it’s all happening around the same time. Here’s a quick guide to each game and why it’s worth watching — even if you have to bounce back and forth between channels.
We have a Game 7 on our hands as the Los Angeles Clippers will meet the Denver Nuggets for the final game between the two teams. This has (…)
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The Tampa Bay Lightning have taken a 3-1 series lead after winning Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final against the New York Islanders. (…)
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Actu monde – US – A quick guide to all of Tuesday’s NBA and WNBA playoff basketball