The NBA Finals 2016 is getting pretty exciting as Cleveland Cavaliers continue to fight back against the Golden State Warriors to further extend their finals series. Though the Warriors had a chance to close out the series at home in Game 5 last Monday, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving gave their best to stay alive for another day forcing Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers Game 6 tips off Thursday night at 9 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on ABC in the United States. Indian fans have the option to catch the exciting NBA Finals 2016 through Sony Six channel which will broadcast the match at 6:30 a.m. IST.
Fans can even catch the game right on their mobile devices and PCs through WatchESPN live streaming. You can catch the Game 6 action by logging in with a cable or satellite subscription to either WatchESPN online or on the ESPN app. You can also stream the NBA Finals via the NBA League Pass.
Cable subscribers can also see the Stephen Curry vs LeBron James action via the Watch ABC app. The app is available for both iOS and Android smartphones. PC users can also check out the match on ABC Live which doesn?t cost extra for those who are already with cable or satellite connections.
For Cord cutters to catch the Warriors vs Cavs Game 6 match, there is the option of the Sling TV app. Sling TV is an internet television streaming which allows you to catch live TV programming on your mobile devices. It is also available for Apple TV, Android TV and Xbox One. It costs $20 a month with the subscription giving you access to more than 20 channels including TNT, ESPN ?and ABC. You can get the app on both Android and iOS here.
The Warriors still have the series lead at 3-2 and with Draymond Green returning, they will look to close out the series and become back-to-back champions. Thursday’s game is a year to the day the Warriors won the championship so it would be quite fitting if they will win the title on June 16. But this is easier said than done for Golden State as Cleveland though will look to protect their home court and force a Game 7.
With epic performances like what James and Irving displayed in Game 5 wherein both scored 41 points, Cleveland can still defeat the Warriors to forge a deciding Game 7 and perhaps snatch away the championship.
Here’s all the info you need:
What: Game 6 of the NBA Finals (Golden State leads 3-2)
When: 9 p.m. ET, Friday, June 16
Where: Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland
TV: National broadcast on ABC
Live Stream: Watch ESPN
Below is the full schedule:
Game 1: Warriors 104, Cavaliers 89
Game 2: Warriors 110, Cavaliers 77
Game 3: Cleveland 120, Warriors 90
Game 4: Warriors 108, Cavaliers 97
Game 5: Cavaliers 112, Warriors 97
Game 6: Thursday, June 16 at 9 p.m. on ABC (at Cleveland)
Game 7: Sunday, June 19 at 8 p.m. on ABC (at Golden State)