What you need to know about logistics equation for the NBA finals

The NBA playoffs are upon us.

You may not be able to watch the games, but you’ll be able for the best part of the next few days to tune in to what’s happening with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Here’s a look at the NBA Finals odds for the Finals.1.

Warriors-Cavaliers will play on Sunday for the final time since they lost their first two games in the playoffs.2.

The Cavs will be without Kevin Love, who has a sore right knee.

Love will be out 4-6 weeks.3.

LeBron James, who was averaging 31.7 points per game, will miss three games with a sore left knee.4.

LeBron, who averaged 34.7 ppg, will be the Cavs’ best player in the Finals, according to ESPN’s Kevin Pelton.5.

The Heat will be missing two of their top three scorers, including LeBron James.

Miami has won three straight and is favored to win it all.6.

The Spurs will be playing their fourth consecutive postseason game after beating the Warriors.7.

The Lakers will be getting a chance to finally face their former coach, Kobe Bryant.

Kobe is expected to miss a second straight game with a strained right hamstring.8.

The Warriors are going to try to keep their best defensive player, Stephen Curry, for as long as possible.9.

The Clippers are going into the game with their worst record in the league, but are coming off a 109-105 win over the Lakers.10.

The Rockets will be going for their fifth consecutive postseason win, after losing five straight.11.

The Celtics will be trying to stay alive in the playoff race.

The 76ers beat them in six games last year and have won six of their last seven.12.

The Cavaliers have the best record in this year’s postseason.13.

The Pacers will be coming off of their best performance of the season, beating the Thunder 104-92.14.

The Jazz will be looking to keep Derrick Favors, who missed the last four games with an injured left shoulder.15.

The Kings will be starting Kevin Love for the second straight season, after he was traded to the Cavaliers last season.16.

The Pelicans will be bringing back the best starting unit in the NBA.

They have won seven straight games.17.

The Bucks will be facing off against the Rockets in the Western Conference Finals.18.

The Knicks will be hoping to keep Kristaps Porzingis, who had his contract extended to 2021, for at least one more season.19.

The Suns will be heading into the final game of their season against the Clippers after losing their last two.20.

The Grizzlies will be searching for a fourth straight win after losing four straight.21.

The Mavericks will be relying on the rest of their young core to lead them to the postseason.22.

The Timberwolves will be hosting the Lakers in the first round of the playoffs after beating them in seven games last season and have beaten them five straight times.23.

The Nuggets will be taking a huge step forward with rookie forward Nikola Jokic.

The 22-year-old will be a big part of Denver’s offensive success this season.24.

The Nets will be in a playoff spot after beating New Orleans in five games.25.

The Thunder will be headed to the Finals after defeating Golden State in six.26.

The Hornets will be at home to face the Mavericks.27.

The Sixers will be visiting the Pelicans in the opening round.28.

The Wizards will be home for the first time since the All-Star break.29.

The Raptors will play the Celtics for the seventh straight season.30.

The Pistons will be back at home for a second consecutive season, as they beat the Celtics in five.31.

The Bulls will be making a long trip to face a team that they had to win for the title, but will be able get a win against after beating Boston in six straight games last month.32.

The NBA will have a new All-NBA team this season, and one that has a lot of talent.

Here are the players who make it.1: Raptors: Kyle Lowry, F, Indiana2: LeBron James (C), Cavaliers (D), Raptors3: Dwyane Wade (G), Heat (F), Cavaliers4: Andrew Wiggins (G/F), Timberwolves (F/C), Timberwolves5: Kevin Love (C/F)7: Kyrie Irving (C)9: Draymond Green (G)11: Anthony Davis (C)*12: Kawhi Leonard (F)14: DeMar DeRozan (F)*15: Giannis Antetokounmpo (F*)*16: Dragan Bender (C*)*17: Al Horford (G)*18: Jahlil Okafor (C*)19: Tristan Thompson (F)(G)*20: Joel Embiid (F*)21: Ben Simmons