The 2020 NBA Playoffs is now down to an “Elite Eight” and it has been more than one month after the season restart brought 22 teams to Orlando, Florida.
During the first round of the playoffs, the Eastern Conference top contenders Toronto Raptors, Boston Celtics, and Miami Heat each cleared their opponents swiftly. Meanwhile, the Milwaukee Bucks had to win five games to defeat the Orlando Magic.
Over in the Western Conference, there was a lot of drama with three of the four first-round series going at least six games. At the moment, the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Denver Nuggets, and Houston Rockets will battle it out for the chance to compete in the conference finals.
Everything you need to know about the 2020 NBA Playoffs broadcasts is outlined below.
It has been determined that there will be a split of the playoff’s broadcasts between ESPN and TNT. Both the first-round games and the second-round games are distributed across both networks, including numerous primetime matchups on ABC.
ESPN fully owns the broadcast rights to the Eastern Conference finals, while TNT covers the Western Conference finals. Each game during the NBA Finals will be televised solely on ABC.
You can view the NBA Playoffs through your television set on NBA TV, ESPN, ABC, and TNT. If you plan to watch the playoffs via live stream, check out the desktop or mobile version of Watch ESPN and Watch TNT.