Preview of the day, hello! Two posters on the menu for our Sunday evening: if the West is gently attacking hostilities in the Conference Final, we have a titanic trench battle and a Game 7 on the other side of the country. Two matches, two atmospheres and we will obviously be in front of our screen to summarize all that for you.

9:30 p.m .: Suns – Clippers: Boom boom, it’s already time to resume for the Clippers, two days after the Terance Mann game that sent the second L.A team to heaven. Meanwhile, the Suns are sipping cocktails under the shade of the Cacti, and they may have ants in their legs. The win over Jazz gave Tyronn Lue’s men some credit, but Phoenix is ​​going to want to send a quick and clear message: they’ve already lost one Los Angeles team and they can afford another. Small penalty for the ChrisPaulico hype: no Kawhi Leonard, still out because of his knee or… Chris Paul, placed in health protocol. What the hell the damn thing to us but there are still beautiful people to offer us a quality match. Paul George, Devin Booker, your moment of glory has arrived.

02h: Sixers – Hawks: the Arizono-Californian fans will forgive us but we will linger a little longer on this match because we are talking about a Game 7 and our hands are still shaking since the madness of last night between Bucks and Nets. We’re still going on a series in emotional lift mode and good luck deciding the winner when we’ve already seen two outside successes on both sides. Atlanta missed a great opportunity at home by losing Game 6 despite a once again untenable Trae Young. The lieutenants weren’t sure behind and they are probably the key to a victory tonight in this decisive game. All the more important as Bogdan Bogdanovic is uncertain due to a knee problem. We have seen better timing… On the Philadelphia side, we continue to blow hot and cold in this series. Joel Embiid does the job on one leg, Ben Simmons ends up bitched because he’s not screwed to put two throws, Seth Curry plays like he had a different first name and we even got a Tyrese Maxey in X factor in the last game. In short, we can therefore expect anything from this team, capable of winning a Game 6 in a hostile atmosphere, all while playing part-time. If the Hawks can already consider these Playoffs a great success, we’ll see if the hands start to shake on Philly’s side. The leader of the East who palm at home in the half of conf ’against a team whose half of the players had never seen the postseason… Not sure that Doc Rivers and his have the right to fail tonight.

So much for our preview and we hope it will make you want to watch it all with us on the Blue Bird. We choose our TTFL pick, we heat the coffee, we prepare the popcorn and we feel at ease in front of the most beautiful show in the world.

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