• October 28, 2021

How to watch the NBA Finals in 2018 NBA Finals schedule

By Tom LeGro/The Associated PressBETWEEN basketball’s marquee events, the NBA playoffs and the NBA Draft, are just around the corner.

The league has added an additional event, the 2017-18 NBA All-Star Game, in 2020.

But how can you watch the 2017 NBA All of the NBA All Star Game?

Here are the steps to making the trip to Philadelphia and New Orleans.BETTER TICKETS AND MORE ON THE 2018 NBA ALL-STAR GAME SCHEDULEMore NBA AllStar coverage:Follow this link to learn more about the 2018 NBA All Stars:The AllStar Game is the most-anticipated NBA event in two decades.

Tickets for the 2018 edition start at $150 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.

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Tickets for the 2017 edition were already on sale.

Ticket sales were boosted by the All-NBA selections and an extended exhibition season that saw teams from all 50 states compete in the first All-star game of the year.

The league also announced the 2017 All-Stars will be announced Monday, and the 2016 All-stars will be revealed Wednesday.

The 2018 NBA schedule is expected to be announced Friday.

Here are some other key dates:March 3: All-access tickets and a VIP package are available for the 2019 NBA Allstar Game.

Tickets are $200.

April 9: The 2019 NBA NBA AllStars will debut.

April 17: The All-Summer League schedule and All-Nets game are released.

April 26: The NBA Draft begins.

May 9: Fans can watch the 2018 draft and the AllStar game live on the NBA app, the official NBA app for mobile devices and Roku devices.

May 18: All NBA teams will debut the first exhibition game.

June 8: The first All Star game will be televised on TNT.

June 23: All players are selected to the 2019 All-Tournament team.

July 6: All of those players will be presented with the Most Valuable Player Award.

July 15: The team that best captures the attention of the media will receive the award.

July 28: The next edition of the All Stars Game is scheduled for Sept. 5 in New Orleans, the team that won the most NBA championships and led the league in regular-season wins.

July 31: The players who will be recognized on the 2017, 2018 and 2019 All Stars teams will be named on the All NBA rosters.