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BROADCAST GUIDE | The NBA Conference Finals are here with every game live on ESPN

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Just four teams remain in the hunt for the NBA Championship, and ESPN is the place to be to witness every minute of the NBA Conference Finals.

The NBA Playoffs continue to light up ESPN, with blockbuster NBA Conference Finals matchups live every day this week.

The Los Angeles Clippers and Phoenix Suns will continue their battle for the Western Conference title.  

Phoenix took the opening game in the best of seven series on Monday AEST, and will look to double that advantage in Game Two, which tips off on Wednesday June 23 at 11am AEST.

The Suns have already eliminated the defending champion, Los Angeles Lakers, on their path to the Conference Finals.

Meanwhile, Los Angeles toppled the top seeded Utah Jazz to book their place against Phoenix, the first time in franchise history the Clippers have made the Conference Finals.

The Eastern Conference Finals will see the Atlanta Hawks go head to head with the Milwaukee Bucks, as game one begins on Thursday June 24 at 10.30am AEST

Atlanta held their nerve to eliminate the Philadelphia 76ers and go to the Conference Finals for this first time in six years.

Milwaukee also needed seven games to clinch a hard fought series win over the highly fancied Brooklyn Nets.

The Trae Young – Giannis Antetokounmpo battle will be fierce, in a series expected to go to down to the wire.

NBA Playoffs Conference Finals action continues each day on ESPN, with every game of the NBA Conference Finals live.

ESPN will again have full replays and dedicated NBA Mini’s available on demand, to ensure NBA fans do not miss a minute of the Conference Finals action.

NBA Conference Finals on ESPN

Wednesday June 23
11am AEST, Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns, ESPN (Game 2)

Thursday June 24
10.30am AEST, Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN (Game 1)

Friday June 25
11am AEST, Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns, ESPN (Game 3)

Saturday June 26
10.30am AEST, Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN (Game 2)

Sunday June 27
11am AEST, Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns, ESPN (Game 4)

Monday June 28
10.30am AEST, Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN (Game 3)

Tuesday June 29
11am AEST, Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns, ESPN (Game 5*)

Wednesday June 30
10.30am AEST, Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN (Game 4)

Thursday July 1
11am AEST, Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns, ESPN (Game 6*)

Friday July 2
10.30am AEST, Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN (Game 5*)

Saturday July 3
11am AEST, Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns, ESPN (Game 7*)

Sunday July 4
10.30am AEST, Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN (Game 6*)

Tuesday July 6
10.30am AEST, Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN (Game 7*)

*if needed

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