2021 NBA Finals Schedule: Bucks vs. Suns Championship Series Dates, Times, TV Info

Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesOnly two teams are left nearly 200 days after the NBA season started.The Finals will see the Milwaukee Bucks take on the Phoenix Suns. Each team is looking to end its historic droughts of championships. The title was last won by Milwaukee in 1971, while the Suns are aiming for their first championship since 1968.The winner of the streak will be determined by a seven-game series. The action starts Tuesday, July 6, at 9 p.m. ET Here is a complete schedule that includes all ABC games.Phoenix got a little more rest after eliminating the Los Angeles Clippers on June 30, in Game 6. After beating the Atlanta Hawks in Game 6 on Saturday, the Bucks will see a faster turnaround.Milwaukee will now travel to Arizona for Game 1 of The Finals in three days.The most important question in the opening contest is Giannis Antetokounmpo's health. He hyperextended his left leg in Game 4 and has not returned to the floor.Chris Haynes, Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes reported that Milwaukee was still hopeful Giannis could return to play in Game 7 against Atlanta if the Hawks win Game 6. The Bucks have more time to bring back their two-time MVP, with Game 1 at Suns still a few days away.The regular season saw Milwaukee and Phoenix meet twice, with Phoenix narrowly winning both of their matches. Phoenix won Game 1 125-124 on February 10, before winning the sweep 128-127 on April 19, in Wisconsin.Three months later, they will face off again against one another with the long-awaited NBA title at stake.