Basketball fans young and old across the country have been crazed about the2018 NBA Finals. Now the 4th(!) year in a row that the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers have faced off for the championship, it’s the first time in the history of the sport that the same two teams have made it to the end so many years in a row.
Between the Game 1 overtime upset from J.R. Smith to the multitude of collisions, crazy layups, and seriously impressive 3-pointers… so much has happened already you really can’t afford to miss a single game. The Warriors currently have the advantage, but you never know what might happen with a matchup like this!
While the teams may be familiar, the latest official sponsor and viewing partner of the NBA Finals this year is brand new: YouTube TV. We’re excited about the future of this partnership, providing the best of NBA Finals live streams without all the awful buffering; plus, you can use some great software to record every NBA Finals game.
2018 NBA Finals Schedule
In case your calendars aren’t already marked up, here are all of the game times for the 2018 NBA Finals:
How to Live Stream & Record NBA Finals
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For sports fans around the world, the summer season can be an exciting time of year. From the start of May until the end of September, we’ll be glued to our screens to find out which teams and players are advancing, what sports are getting the most action, and how many games we can fit into one day. Luckily, using the recording power of Replay Video Capture, we don’t have to sit down and watch it all real-time — with our media-recording software, you can record and save every game from the amazing summer sports below, from YouTube to ESPN and beyond.
When: May 31 – June 17
We’ve made it to the NBA Finals after a grueling few weeks of intense Playoffs games. Now, it’s up to the players on the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers to show who will make it out on top this year. The 2018 NBA Finals are streaming live on ABC, accessible via YouTube TV online where you can record it all.
Here’s the game schedule as it currently stands:
Game 1: Cleveland @ Golden State THURSDAY, MAY 31 9e|6p
Game 2: Cleveland @ Golden State SUNDAY, JUNE 3 8e|5p
Game 3: Golden State @ Cleveland WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 9e|6p
Game 4: Golden State @ Cleveland FRIDAY, JUNE 8 9e|6p
Game 5: Cleveland @ Golden State MONDAY, JUNE 11 9e|6p (if necessary)
Game 6: Golden State @ Cleveland THURSDAY, JUNE 14 9e|6p (if necessary)
Game 7: Cleveland @ Golden State SUNDAY, JUNE 17 8e|5p (if necessary)
US Open – Golf
When: June 14 – 17
The 2018 US Open is one of the most anticipated in recent years, and you can watch it all from the comfort of your laptop. Between online streams from the USGA’s US Open website and live streaming coverage from Fox via Fox Sports Go, you can watch and record every minute of every game. Check out the starting game schedule below and head here for the full thing.
Thursday, June 14
Featured Groups 1: 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Featured Groups 2: 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Featured Holes: 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Fox Sports 1 (FS1) broadcast: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Fox broadcast: 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Friday, June 15
Featured Groups 1: 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Featured Groups 2: 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Featured Holes: 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Fox Sports 1 (FS1) broadcast: 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Fox broadcast: 4:30-7:30 p.m.
FIFA World Cup
When: June 14 – July 15
Fútbol is heading to Russia this year as the FIFA World Cup 2018 is kicking off at Luzhniki Stadium – the first ever tournament to be held in Eastern Europe. After a total of 64 matches played in 12 venues across 11 different Russian cities, the champions will be crowned in the same arena on 14 July. You can see the full schedule of games here and a list of all the qualifying teams below – just remember to record it all when the time comes.
UEFA (EUROPE): Russia (host), Belgium, Germany, England, Spain, Poland, Iceland, Serbia, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Croatia, Sweden, Denmark
AFC (ASIA): Iran, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Australia
CONCACAF (NORTH AMERICA): Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama
CONMEBOL (SOUTH AMERICA):Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Colombia, Peru
OFC (OCEANIA): None
Summer X Games
When: June 19 – 22
While the X Games have been pumping out awesome events and content since the beginning of the year from its base in Minneapolis, the Summer X Games are about to begin. The most prominent event for extreme and action sports out there today, it boasts 4 days of thrills, stars, live music, and more. The full lineup of events has yet to be announced, but you can bet they’ll be live streaming it all from ESPN and YouTube online so you can record it all.
US Open – Tennis
When: August 27 – September 9
The U.S. Open Tennis Tournament is the only Grand Slam Tennis Tournament played in the United States, which is only part of the reason why we get so worked up about it year after year. While we’re currently wrapped up in all that the French Open is giving to us, we’ll have to wait a bit longer before the event makes it back “home” to the U.S.A. We’ll keep you in the loop as it gets closer, but you can be sure that the games will live stream online through BLANK, making it easy to record and save it all!
Designed for the highest quality video output possible, and with recording capabilities of up to 100 frames per second, Replay Video Capture isn’t like any other screen recording program out there. It’s the fastest, most powerful way to legally record every major summer sports event happening this year. Here’s how it’s done: