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The league took extreme measures to ensure that the remainder of the season could be completed safely, which involved creating a bubble-like environment to limit the exposure of COVID-19 among players, coaches and all those needed to make the rest of this season possible.

Now, after two months of regular season play and the earlier rounds of the postseason, the 2020 NBA Finals will take place between the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat. The Lakers were one of the early season favorites to be in the Finals, while the Heat became the surprise team of the bubble to best the Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics in back-to-back rounds to earn their spot here. Now it all comes down to this.

Here’s everything you need to know heading into Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Lakers and the Heat.

Lakers vs Heat Game 1 Information

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 30 | 9 p.m. ET
Location: Disney Wide World of Sports — Orlando, Florida
TV: ABC | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free) in select markets, including L.A.

Time: 9 p.m. ET

Where: Disney Wide World of Sports — Orlando, Florida

TV: ABC

Stream: fuboTV (free trial) | Hulu (free trial) | Sling (free trial)

Here’s the rest of the Finals schedule

Game 2: Friday, Oct. 2: Miami Heat at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. ET ( fuboTV (free trial) | Hulu (free trial) | Sling (free trial))

Game 3: Sunday, Oct. 4: L.A. Lakers at Miami Heat, 7:30 p.m. ET ( fuboTV (free trial) | Hulu (free trial) | Sling (free trial))

Game 4: Tuesday, Oct. 6: L.A. Lakers at Miami Heat, 9 p.m. ET ( fuboTV (free trial) | Hulu (free trial) | Sling (free trial))

Game 5*: Friday, Oct. 9: Miami Heat at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. ET ( fuboTV (free trial) | Hulu (free trial) | Sling (free trial))

Game 6*: Sunday, Oct. 11: L.A. Lakers at Miami Heat, 7:30 p.m. ET ( fuboTV (free trial) | Hulu (free trial) | Sling (free trial))

Game 7*: Tuesday, Oct. 13: Miami Heat at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. ET ( fuboTV (free trial) | Hulu (free trial) | Sling (free trial))

Lakers vs Heat Game 1-7 Storylines

Lakers: L.A. got through the Western Conference with relative ease, never letting a series go past five games in each of its three rounds. Anthony Davis has proven to be the player that the Lakers expected to get when they traded for him last offseason, as he’s averaging a team-high 28.8 points, 9.3 rebounds and 3.6 rebounds while shooting 57.1 percent from the field and 36.6 percent from 3-point range. LeBron James has been turning out vintage performances left and right, and is this close to averaging a triple-double through the playoffs (26.7 points, 10.3 rebounds, 8.9 assists). If there’s an area where the Lakers should be concerned, it’s Danny Green’s shooting. Against the Nuggets, Green shot just 29.3 percent from the field and 32 percent from 3-point range. If we look through the past few times he’s been in the NBA Finals, though, the numbers show that he really comes alive on that stage (45.5 percent). L.A. will need that version of Green to show up once again, otherwise more will be asked of James and Davis to carry the load.

Heat: As far as I’m concerned, the pressure is all on the Lakers in this series, because no one expected Miami to make it this far. Give this team the credit they deserve, especially to the younger guys like Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro, who have elevated their games to a higher level and shown that they can be the future of this franchise for years to come. Miami has the depth and defense to cause issues for the Lakers, however, it’s going to be difficult to contain LeBron and Davis over the course of this series. The Heat went small toward the end of the Eastern Conference finals against the Celtics and it worked, however, that game plan may need to change against the height that the Lakers bring.

Lakers vs Heat Game 1 Prediction, Picks

In two of the three series that the Lakers have played so far in the postseason, they’ve dropped Game 1 and proceeded to put their foot on the gas for the remainder of the series. I picked the Lakers to win in five games in our predictions post, and I’m holding to that, but I expect Miami to come out with a chip on its shoulder in Game 1 and make some noise. Pick: Heat +4.5

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The Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat are set to face off on Wednesday. Three months ago, the NBA resumed its regular season after a five-month hiatus. Now the final stage to crowning a 2020 NBA champion is set to begin.

Wednesday’s game airs on ABC and can be streamed on fuboTV (free trial)Hulu (free trial) and Sling (free trial).

The Lakers defeated the Portland Trail Blazers, the Houston Rockets and the Denver Nuggets to get to the Finals doing so in 15 games. Each stage took five games.

The Heat eliminated the Indiana Pacers, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston Celtics to reach the Finals in 15 games, as well. They swept the Pacers, dispatched the Bucks in five games and defeated the Celtics in six.

Los Angeles is the favorite to win the series and LeBron James and Anthony Davis will look to get going offensively early.

The Heat have leaned into being counted out and will look to its defense to limit the offensive power of James and Davis. Miami will also look to the many offensive weapons to get out to an early lead.

The Los Angeles Lakers take on the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday evening.

The Lakers and Heat both went 12-3 en route to the title round. The Lakers knocked off the Denver Nuggets in five games to punch their ticket from the Western Conference Finals, while the Miami Heat held off the Boston Celtics in a six-game Eastern Conference series.

Erik Spoelstra Lakers vs Heat Game 1

“I just think it is a true testament to his greatness to be able to sustain this type of success year in, year out. Different uniforms. New players and new teams going after him. It’s a real testament to that commitment.

“He’s seen everything. At this point in his career, it’s just about winning. And his ability to do what he does at his age is incredibly uncommon. But there’s a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes to be able to maintain that.”

Anthony Davis on what he remembers about watching LeBron James in Miami

“I remember Dallas, the first one, and Miami. That’s when I really kind of started locking in to the Finals. I’ve always watched it, but I started to set real goals and real dreams of being here one day from that 2011 team. And then just kind of been watching ever since.

He’s a guy who obviously when he played against his former teams, he wants to win very bad, very badly, just like everyone else does. But to be back in the Finals against Miami I think means a lot more to him winning this than anyone else. I think this championship is probably second behind Cleveland, being able to get this one for him.

I think this one is going to be a tough one. People said it’s going to be the toughest championship in NBA history from a mental standpoint just because of the circumstances. But it’s been fun to watch him. He goes to the Finals every year. Win or lose, he always comes back the next year. And to finally get back after last year and go against his former team, I’m pretty sure he’s going to have a competitive series.”

LeBron James on what he takes away from his time in Miami

“I think every part of anybody’s individual life where they were able to grow, it never leaves you. That’s no different for me having my four years in Miami, being around — with that culture, growing. You guys don’t realize, I talk about it, I went to Miami when I was 25 years old. I was 25. I was 25 to 29, so I was still growing. I was still a kid and still trying to figure out who I am as a person and as a man, growing while still trying to compete for a championship every single year.

I grew, and they allowed me to grow. We pushed each other every single day, and like I said, I fit perfectly in that culture because I worked just as hard as anybody else. I show up to work and I don’t leave until I feel like I was as great as I was. Do you always become successful at it? Are you always going to win? No, it doesn’t happen like that. But you’re able to sleep a little bit better at night when you know you’ve punched the clock.

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