Revisit legendary NBA playoff games throughout the week on SiriusXM NBA Radio

Life may feel like it’s come to a halt for diehard basketball fans as the coronavirus outbreak has shut down the 2020 NBA Season for the foreseeable future. SiriusXM NBA Radio (Ch. 86, Sirius 207), however, is helping you cope during the hiatus by airing classic NBA playoff games throughout the week.

If you’re an All Access subscriber, tune in to SiriusXM NBA Radio and relive some of the most magical hardwood court moments in NBA history — see the broadcast schedule for this week’s classic games below.

Throughout the week, SiriusXM NBA Radio will also be providing you basketball news updates, expert analysis, and exclusive interviews from hosts and analysts — like Frank Isola, Justin Termine, Eddie Johnson, Rick Kamla, Amin Elhassan, and Zach Harper  — during broadcasts of NBA Today, The Starting Lineup, No Look Pass, and Give and Go.

Classic Games Schedule (all times ET)

 

Friday, March 27

7pm: 2019 Eastern Conference Semifinals, Game 7 – Kawhi Leonard bounces in a last second shot against the 76ers to send the Raptors to the Eastern Conference Finals.

10pm: 1987 Eastern Conference Finals, Game 5 – Larry Bird makes iconic steal and assist in final seconds to give Boston the win.

Saturday, March 28

11am: 2013 NBA Finals, Game 6 – Ray Allen hits one of the biggest shots in NBA history as the Heat beat the Spurs to force a Game 7.

3pm: 2010 NBA Finals, Game 7 – Kobe Bryant wins his 5th NBA championship as the Lakers take down the Celtics in Game 7.

7pm: 1993 NBA Finals Game 4 – Michael Jordan scores 55 points as the Bulls beat Charles Barkley and the Suns.

10pm: 2010 NBA Finals, Game 7 – Kobe Bryant wins his 5th NBA championship as the Lakers take down the Celtics in Game 7.

Sunday, March 29

8am: 2013 NBA Finals, Game 6 – Ray Allen hits one of the biggest shots in NBA history as the Heat beat the Spurs to force a Game 7.

12pm: 2016 Western Conference Finals, Game 6 – Klay Thompson scores 41 points to help save the Warriors season against Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder.

4pm: 1993 NBA Finals, Game 4 – Michael Jordan scores 55 points as the Bulls beat Charles Barkley and the Suns.

7pm: 2019 Eastern Conference Semifinals, Game 7 – Kawhi Leonard bounces in a shot at the buzzer to send the Raptors to the Eastern Conference Finals.

Monday, March 30

7pm: 1999 NBA Finals, Game 5 –  Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan and the Spurs beat the Knicks to win their first title.

10pm: 2014 NBA Finals, Game 5 – The Spurs win their 5th championship in 16 years as LeBron James plays his last game as a member of the Heat.

Tuesday, March 31

7pm: 1997 NBA Finals, Game 3 – League MVP Karl Malone scores 37 points to give new life to the Jazz as they win their first NBA Finals game in franchise history,

10pm: 1997 NBA Finals, Game 6 – Michael Jordan and the Bulls prove to be too much for Utah as they win their 5th title in 7 years.

Wednesday, April 1

7pm: 2015 NBA Finals, Game 6 – Steph Curry and the Warriors take down LeBron James and the Cavaliers as Golden State starts a new dynasty with their first title in 40 years.

10pm: 2016 Warriors vs.Thunder, OT Thriller – Steph Curry hits a near half-court shot in the final seconds of overtime to beat Kevin Durant and the Thunder during the Warriors 73-win season.

Thursday, April 2

7pm: 2007 Eastern Conference Finals, Game 5 – LeBron scores 48 points including the last 25 of the game as he carries the Cavs to a double overtime win against the Pistons.

10pm: 2012 Eastern Conference Finals, Game 6 – Facing elimination, LeBron puts the Heat on his back and scores 45 points and grabs 15 rebounds as Miami beats the Celtics.

Friday, April 3

7pm: 1995 NBA Finals, Game 3 – Robert Horry starts his “Big Shot” legacy by hitting a three for the Houston Rockets in the closing seconds of the game to seal a win over Shaq and the Orlando Magic.

10pm: 2005 NBA Finals, Game 5 – Robert Horry helps the Spurs take a 3-2 series lead against the Pistons with a dominating performance, including the game-winning 3-pointer with 5 seconds left in overtime.

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