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NBA informs teams of Finals dates, subject to change

The NBA Finals for 2020 are expected to be played the first week of October, but can be moved up if necessary.

NBA commissioner Adam Silver announces the winner of the Kobe Bryant MVP award as Team LeBron forward Kawhi Leonard of the LA Clippers after the 2020 NBA All Star Game at United Center.  Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA has informed teams of the dates for the NBA Finals with the NBA Playoffs expected to get started on Monday, August 17th. We are still waiting to see who the 8-seed in the West will be, but the rest of the playoff matchups have already been decided. You can check out the updated bracket here. Anyway, here are the dates for the NBA Finals, which is subject to be moved up depending on how the rounds progress:

Game 1 — September 30th
Game 2 — October 2nd
Game 3 — October 4th
Game 4 — October 6th
Game 5 — October 9th
Game 6 — October 11th
Game 7 — October 13th

So as of right now, the final date for a Game 7 and end to the season would be October 13th. The League says that date can be moved up if the earlier rounds go quickly. The rounds before the finals will go alternating series on each day.