’20/20′ Pre-Empted for NBA Finals June 14 2024

Basketball fans are in for a treat as tonight’s scheduled broadcast of ’20/20′ will be pre-empted for the NBA Finals, featuring Game 4 between the Boston Celtics and the Dallas Mavericks. This pivotal matchup will see the Celtics, currently leading the series 3-0, just one win away from clinching their first NBA title since 2008 and an unprecedented 18th championship overall.

The Celtics, led by head coach Joe Mazzulla, have been unstoppable on the road this postseason, boasting a perfect 7-0 record. Their dominance was on full display in Game 3, where despite a valiant 35-point effort from Kyrie Irving, the Mavericks could not overcome a 21-point deficit, ultimately falling 106-99. Irving’s performance, though spectacular, highlighted the Mavericks’ struggle to keep pace with the relentless Celtics.

Boston’s consistent excellence throughout the playoffs has put them in a prime position to close out the series tonight in Dallas. Fans are eager to see if the Celtics can secure their place in history with a record 18th NBA Championship or if the Mavericks can mount a dramatic comeback to extend the series.

Tune in tonight to catch all the action as the Boston Celtics face the Dallas Mavericks in what promises to be an electrifying Game 4 of the NBA Finals, replacing the usual programming of ’20/20′.

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