It’s time for the Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns Western Conference Final Series to commence. With both teams beating top contenders and paving their way deservingly into the last stage before heading into the NBA Finals, it remains to be seen which team has a better core. On one side the Clippers would be missing their top scorer Kawhi Leonard. On the other, Suns will be without their veteran leader Chris Paul.
With Paul George and Devin Booker finally getting a chance to lead their team single handedly, it will be interesting to see who comes out on top with more diligence. So, make sure you know all about Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns live stream, June 21st 2021 and what time should you witness the live broadcast in your particular country.
Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns Match Timings
19th June – 3:30 PM ET
20th June – 7:30 PM GMT/UTC
21st June – 1:00 AM IST
21st June – 5:30 AM AEST
21st June – 6:30 AM AEDT
Where to watch the match?
Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns live stream will be covered on the official NBA app via the league Pass. Basketball fanatics with their league passes can enjoy the thrilling encounter and also the pre-game warmup Moreover the league pass gives access to exclusive highlights. Lastly to note, this game will not be telecasted on the Star Sports Network.
Where will the game 71be played?
The first game of the Western Conference Finals will be played at the Phoenix Suns Arena, Phoenix, AZ.
Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns Live Stream Details
|US||ESPN, Sling TV, FuboTV|
|Europe||FuboTV, NBA League Pass, SKY|
|Australia||ESPN, NBA TV, Foxtel|
|India||Star Sports, NBA League Pass|
Game 1 Preview
After knowing all about the Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns live stream, June 21st, 2021. Let us lastly look upon the preview heading into Game 1. The Phoenix Suns have paved their way into the NBA Western Conference Finals dominatingly after beating defending champions Los Angeles Lakers and Dever Nuggets. On the other hand, LA Clippers have had a fairy-tale journey after bouncing back from 2-0 deficits in both their series.
Yet Kawhi Leonard is now out due to a knee injury, whereas Chris Paul has contacted the covid-19 virus. Eventually, both of these teams are missing their marquee scorers and inspirations. It is all up to the rest of the squad to tell how much do they want the NBA Championship.