On Saturday, the most exciting part of the NBA season gets underway as the 2021 playoffs tip off.
After the innaugural NBA Play-In Tournament this week, all 16 teams competing have now been confirmed and the road to the finals begins.
Here you’ll find all the key information you need to follow the action, when it’s on and where to find it.
The dates of future rounds are yet to be determined, but round one of the 2021 NBA playoffs starts on Saturday 22 May.
The aim of every team on either side of the bracket is to reach the NBA finals, which will begin on July 8.
Here are the first round match-ups and the first game in each series (all times CET):
Heat at Bucks, 22 May, 20:00
Celtics at Nets, 23 May, 02:00
Wizards at 76ers, 23 May, 19:00
Hawks at Knicks, 24 May, 01:00
Mavericks at Clippers, 22 May, 22:30
Trail Blazers at Nuggets, 23 May, 04:30
Lakers at Suns, 23 May, 21:30
Grizzlies at Jazz, 24 May, 03:30
Where to watch the games on TV?
In the USA, four channels have the rights to the NBA playoffs: ESPN, ABC, TNT and NBA TV.
In Spain, Vamos and MDeportes are where you will find the playoff action.
For viewers in the UK, Sky Sports is your home of the playoffs.
How can I watch online?
You can watch all the NBA Playoffs games with NBA League Pass, allowing you to stream the games on your computer or mobile device. There are annual and monthly subscription offers available.