The final first round series concludes on Sunday afternoon while another second round series begins!
All eyes will be on Sacramento, California as the Kings try to dethrone the defending champion Golden State Warriors in a decisive Game 7 at 3:30 PM EST. Before that, though, the second round series between the New York Knicks and the Miami Heat get underway at Madison Square Garden.
Heat vs. Knicks odds, spread and total
Both teams have been off since Wednesday after winning in surprising fashion in five games against higher seeded teams. However, there's no bigger shock this postseason than the Heat, who disposed of the best team in the regular season Milwaukee Bucks in five games.
Behind the historic play from Jimmy Butler, who averaged over 37 points per game over the five games, the Heat are now small road underdogs with a chance at back-to-back Eastern Conference Finals on the line.
However, the Knicks played far better than oddsmakers suggested in the first round and now hold home court in the second round after outclassing the Cleveland Cavaliers in Round 1.
Julius Randle is a game-time decision for the series opener after reaggravating his ankle injury in Game 5, so that is something to monitor ahead of this one.
Warriors vs. Kings odds, spread and total
After failing to close out the series on its home floor, the Warriors head back to Sacramento for Game 7 with history on the line. A Steve Kerr-led Warriors team has never lost a postseason series in the Western Conference, 18-0. The Kings may change that on Sunday afternoon as the team is ever so slight favorites against the defending champs.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.