The Celtics and Warriors, two of the NBA's most distinguished clubs, will face off for a chance to win the Larry O'Brien Trophy this year.

Golden State is making its sixth Finals appearance in eight seasons, while Boston is making its 22nd appearance in the NBA Finals.

Will the Warriors' dynasty be extended by winning their seventh championship? Will the Celtics restore their title as the NBA's most successful club by winning an NBA record 18th title?

Find out everything you need to know about watching the NBA Finals in 2022 in the following slides.

The first game of the Finals will take place on Thursday, June 2. Every game has at least two days off before it, with the exception of Game 4.

How to watch NBA Finals games

TV: ABC Stream: Watch ESPN | Sling TV

On SLING TV, viewers in the United States can watch every game of the NBA Finals live. Get $10 off your first month with the SLING Orange Sports Extra plan, which includes ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, TNT, and NBATV.

The NBA Finals on ABC are simulcast on ESPN3, which is included with SLING Orange, which costs $35 a month and includes a $25 welcome bonus for new customers.