This weekend, the 2017 NBA Playoffs second round will continue as one team looks to move on to the next round and three others try to get closer to doing so. The Cleveland Cavaliers are in a position to pull off another sweep of their Eastern Conference opponents, while the Golden State Warriors can get close to matching that trend with another win. The San Antonio Spurs will try to steal a game in Houston. The series between Boston and Washington became even more dramatic a day ago, leaving fans to wonder what's next. Here's a look at the upcoming playoffs schedule this weekend.

Saturday, May 6

Just one game is on the slate for Saturday night. The Golden State Warriors are unbeaten just like the Cleveland Cavaliers. Their latest opponents, the Utah Jazz, have been little trouble for them so far. In Game 1, it was a 106-94 Warriors' victory. The second meeting was another double-digit win, 115-104. While Golden State was heavily favored in these two games on their home court, they'll be a smaller five-point favorite on the road at Utah.

The Warriors vs. Jazz will have their Game 3 on Saturday night with a start time of 8:30 p.m.

Eastern Time. Live televised coverage is on ABC network, with the live streaming feeds available through WatchESPN website or mobile apps, where available.

Sunday, May 7

Sunday brings the rest of the NBA Playoffs series to television and live streaming feeds. First up, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are up 3-0 on the Raptors after another convincing win. They'll try to wrap up that series with a victory in Toronto on Sunday. Game time is 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time on ABC, with live streams on WatchESPN.

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From there, the TNT network takes over with their doubleheader of games. They'll have the Celtics at Wizards for Game 4 starting at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time. In Game 3, Kelly Oubre Jr. was ejected from the game after rushing over to shove down Kelly Olynyk. The incident occurred after a play where Olynyk knocked Oubre to the court. As of this report, there has yet to be any announcement of a further suspension for either player.

At 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday night, TNT wraps up the weekend playoffs coverage with the Spurs at Rockets Game 4.

The series was tied at 1-1 heading into Friday night's Game 3 but the Spurs were leading in Houston by 10 points in the third quarter. A road win could put San Antonio up 2-1 with the Rockets looking to tie things up. However, it's also possible that the Rockets will have that advantage heading into Sunday's game.

Sunday's NBA games on TNT will also be available for live streaming online. Cable and satellite subscribers can watch on TNTDrama website, TNT mobile apps, or through the SlingTV service to see the game feed.

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