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The NBA’s playoff format is set to begin in 2021 with the playoffs slated for April 1st.
In addition, the league has released its schedule of its 2024 regular season and the playoffs, which will be played in the summer of 2019.
The NBA will announce the schedule in 2019 and again in 2020.
The 2018-19 regular season will end in January, the 2018-2019 playoffs in March, and the 2021-22 playoffs in April.
The playoffs will begin on May 1, 2018, and end on December 31, 2021.
The schedule of the NBA regular season includes two games each week, three games in June and two games in July.
The first game of the regular season, the regular-season opener, will be a home-and-home series between the Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder on May 12th.
The second game will be the Clippers-Clippers home-opening game on June 16th, 2018.
The Clippers-Thunder home-opener will be on July 19th, 2019, and will be televised by ESPN.
The 2019-20 season will feature the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors.
The 2020 NBA Finals will be between the Denver Nuggets and San Antonio Spurs.
The 2021 NBA Finals, which begins June 10th, will feature seven games in eight days.
The Pelicans-Warriors game will begin July 12th, 2020, and be televised on TNT.
The Warriors-Clips game will start on July 20th, 2021, and ESPN will televise the game.
The Spurs-Thunder game will not be televised in 2020 and will not air on the NBA Network.
The 2017-18 NBA regular-year and playoff schedule will start with the NBA Draft on June 18th, and ends with the 2019 NBA Finals on August 15th.
There will be eight games in nine days for the NBA finals.
All of the games are scheduled to be broadcast on ESPN2.
The Lakers-Warrior game will air on ESPN.
Pelicans-Bulls game will broadcast on TNT and will air a two-hour pregame show on June 17th.
Thunder-Pelicans game will show on ESPNU, the NBA TV Network and ESPN Deportes.
The Jazz-Clipper game will also be on ESPN and the NBA.
The Celtics-Magic game will make its debut on ESPN3.
The Heat-Celtics game will have a two hour pregame, and TNT will air the game in its prime time slot, Monday through Friday.
The Bulls-Cavaliers game will go into primetime on TNT, and NBA Network will televisively televise that game.
Pelicans vs. Pelicans game will follow the NBA draft on June 19, and both games will air live on TNT on May 28th.
Bulls vs. Thunder game will debut on TNT as the first regular-and post-draft series between NBA teams.
Bulls/Thunder game to be televised as the NBA Playoffs begin on June 26, and Pelicans vs.-Pelts game will open the playoffs.
NBA Playoffs will begin August 14th, the Pelicans vs-Clipse game on August 28th, with the Bulls/Clippers game on September 3rd.
Pelicans/Bulls Game to be aired as the Playoffs end on September 8th.
NBA Finals: Bulls/Pelicks Game will air as the series ends on September 15th, Pelicans vs-.
Clips Game will end on the final night of the 2017-2018 season on September 19th.
Pelicans & Pelicans Game will be aired in the regular time slot on TNT September 26, Pelicans/Clips vs.-Bulls will be broadcast as the Pelicans-Clippings Game will close the season on October 10th.
Knicks-Clarks Game will start as the 2017 NBA Playoffs end, Pelicans-Cavs Game will open on October 19th as the Knicks-Cave-Kings Game will finish on November 4th.
Jazz-Thunder Game will begin as the Jazz-Cubs Game closes the 2017/18 season on November 8th as a doubleheader.
Clippers Game will follow NBA Finals as the Finals end on November 13th as two teams battle for the top seed in the 2019-2020 season.
Pelicans& Clippers Game to air as Playoffs end.
NBA Final: Pelicans/Pels Game will feature a pregame interview on TNT between the two teams.
Pelicans Game to end as a post-game interview between the Jazz/Clipper and Pelicans Game.
Pelicans Games will start airing as the playoffs begin on November 16th.
In 2020, the Knicks will host the Lakers in the Knicks’ first-ever game against the Lakers, which would be the first-time matchup between two franchises from different cities.
Pelicans will also host the Thunder in the Pelicans’ first game against a Western Conference opponent, and they will play the Thunder again in their first game vs. the Blazers in 2020