How To Make The Most out of The NBA Finals

Game 1 of the NBA Finals is tonight and I am so excited! The Warriors are playing the Cavaliers for the third year in a row — only this time there’s a lot more at stake than just who wins and loses.

Last year, the Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the final four games of the championship. This year, they’re back on top with a record breaking 73 wins and 9 losses.

To make sure you’re able to enjoy every moment of this series, I’ve put together a list of tips to help you make the most out of your finals viewing experience:

Stay out of social media if you don’t want spoilers. The nba makes you wait for each game until it airs locally before you can watch it online. If you don’t live in Oakland or Cleveland, that means staying off facebook and twitter until after each game airs!

Don’t be afraid to express your opinions about players/teams/coaches if they aren’t performing well. Whether it’s on Twitter or Snapchat or Instagram Stories, airing your frustrations can actually help relieve some stress during games when things aren’t going well (and we all know how frustrating those moments are). Don’t worry

The NBA Finals begin tonight. And although the playoffs are a long slog, they’re still the best time of year for basketball fans. So let’s make sure you’re making the most out of every minute. Here are some tips:

First, don’t tune in just for the game. Listen to the commentary, especially when there’s a break in action. When there isn’t much going on, I always find it interesting to listen to the announcers talk about whatever’s on their mind. They’ll point out little things that might be hard to notice from your couch, and they’ll talk about other games and other players that you might not know much about. It helps me get a better understanding of what’s happening in the league as a whole, which can improve how I watch any specific game.

Second, don’t worry about who you’re rooting for. If you spend any amount of time reading sportswriters’ takes on why this or that team is good or bad, you’ll probably see them write something like “Who do you root for?” And then they’ll tell you that if you root for this team to win, you’re stupid and wrong.

That’s nonsense. There’s no right way to watch sports—you can root for any

The NBA finals have come, and gone. And with them all the energy that was put into watching them. But just because it’s over doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy them again in some way. Here’s how you can make the most out of the NBA Finals:

1) Make them a family affair

2) Get new insights by watching the game differently

3) Create your own NBA Finals on your favorite video game!

The NBA Finals are upon us, and while the Miami Heat might be trying to win their third straight title, you can win in a different way.

You can be watching your favorite team, making sure you never miss a second of action.

To maximize your enjoyment of the finals, here are some tips:

Watch in real time. You can enjoy the game live on TV or live-streaming it on your computer or tablet. Or you can watch afterward on demand. You can even do both.

Watch in real time. You can enjoy the game live on TV or live-streaming it on your computer or tablet. Or you can watch afterward on demand. You can even do both.

Watch in real time. You can enjoy the game live on TV or live-streaming it on your computer or tablet. Or you can watch afterward on demand. You can even do both.

The NBA Finals is upon us. The Golden State Warriors are looking to exact revenge on the Cleveland Cavaliers after the Cavs came back from a 3-1 deficit to win their first title in franchise history last June.

One of the best things about the NBA Finals is that it’s a 7 game series, so even if you’re team is down early, there’s still hope.

The Warriors are huge favorites and look likely to win their second title in 3 years, but as we saw last year, things can change quickly.

If you’re a Warriors or Cavs fan, enjoy the games and get ready for some exciting basketball. If you’re not a fan of either team, here are some tips to help maximize your enjoyment of the series:

1) Pick a team and root for them

2) Turn off your TV and watch Game 1 in “Slow” mode (1/8 speed) with no sound. It’s hilarious!

3) Don’t pick a team and instead root against LeBron James (this one is personal).

The NBA Finals have been known to be a fiercely competitive series between two of the best teams in the world. It would be an honor to watch these elite athletes compete at such a high level, but what are some other things you can do to improve your experience??

Personally, i like to cook up some food and invite friends over to watch the game(s). If its okay with your landlord, try to get a projector screen or a large TV. You will find that having multiple people over makes the game more enjoyable. The interaction and banter that occurs between your friends is invaluable. Although this may not be an option for everyone, we recommend it highly.

Another thing you can do is create some sort of bet/challenge with your friends. Whether it be something small, like who has to pick up the tab for dinner or drinks, or something bigger like shaving off an eyebrow if someone loses. This will get everyone involved and make the games more exciting.

Lastly, if you are interested in learning more about basketball itself, there are plenty of resources online that go into great detail around NBA strategies and strategies used by players themselves (i.e Lebron James). We recommend that you educate yourself on the sport prior to watching so that

The NBA Finals is here and will conclude in the next few weeks. If you’re a super fan like me, you’ve already been watching for the past month. However, with the series about to begin, it’s time for a refresher on how to make the most out of your viewing experience. Here are some tips from a guy who’s watched every single playoff game this season:

1) Don’t watch every play of every game.

It seems counterintuitive, but don’t watch every single play of these games. It doesn’t matter if it’s game 1 or an elimination game in the finals, there will be a lull in almost all playoff games that simply isn’t worth watching. Instead, do something else (read, fold laundry, workout). You’ll still be able to follow along but don’t have to suffer through going up by 15 and then playing defense for 6 minutes.

2) Pick a team and stick with them

It’s easy to be fair-weather fans after LeBron left Miami and people started to hate him again. I think that’s ridiculous and he deserves better than that. So pick one team and stick with them for all 4 games whether they win or lose, that way you can feel invested in the outcome instead of flipping from

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