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2019 NBA playoffs: Matchups, schedules, news and more

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Kawhi: 'I'm not afraid of the moment' (0:44)

Kawhi Leonard explains why he steps up in critical situations after helping the Raptors take a 3-2 series lead vs. the Bucks. (0:44)

The Golden State Warriors have punched a ticket to their fifth straight NBA Finals. Which juggernaut from the Eastern Conference -- the Milwaukee Bucks or Toronto Raptors will join them?

Keep it here for the latest matchups, schedules, news and updates all postseason long.

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NBA Finals schedule (all games on ABC/ESPN Radio)

Game 1: Thu., May 30 | Golden State at MIL/TOR (9 ET)
Game 2: Sun., June 2 | Golden State at MIL/TOR (8 ET)
Game 3: Wed., June 5 | MIL/TOR at Golden State (9 ET)
Game 4: Fri., June 7 | MIL/TOR at Golden State (9 ET)
Game 5*: Mon., June 10 | Golden State at MIL/TOR (9 ET)
Game 6*: Thu., June 13 | MIL/TOR at Golden State (9 ET)
Game 7*: Sun., June 16 | Golden State at MIL/TOR (8 ET)

* if necessary


(1) Golden State Warriors sweep (3) Portland Trail Blazers

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Scott 'not worried' about KD missing start of NBA Finals

Byron Scott is not concerned about Kevin Durant potentially missing early action in the NBA Finals, but adds that the Warriors will need KD to win the title.

(2) Toronto Raptors lead (1) Milwaukee Bucks, 3-2

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Kawhi, Raptors take Game 5 on the road

Kawhi Leonard leads all scorers with 35 points, outshining Giannis Antetokounmpo and his 24, in the Raptors' Game 5 win.