Dominic Chianese of The Sopranos will perform the National Anthem before Game 5 at the Continental Airlines Arena on Friday.
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NEW YORK, June 12 -- Tony Award-nominee Michael Cavanaugh and the band from the two-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Movin’ Out" will perform a medley of songs during halftime of Game 5 of the NBA Finals 2003 on Friday, June 13. Singer/Actor Dominic Chianese, who plays Uncle Junior on HBO’s hit television series "The Sopranos," will join the night’s entertainment line-up as he performs the U.S. national anthem before the game. Game 5 of the NBA Finals will be televised on ABC beginning at 8:00 p.m. (ET).

"Movin’ Out" is Broadway’s critically-acclaimed dance musical which is told through the choreography of Twyla Tharp and 30 classic songs by Tony Award-winner Billy Joel. "Movin’ Out" is a story of lifelong friends through two turbulent decades that change them and the world around them forever. In addition to his work on "The Sopranos," the two-time Emmy Award-nominated actor Chianese has a new album out called Ungrateful Heart, which is an ultimate Italian collection.

The NBA Finals 2003 best-of-seven series tipped of on June 4 and matches the two-time Eastern Conference NBA Champion New Jersey Nets vs. the San Antonio Spurs. The Finals television schedule is as follows: Game 5 on Friday, June 13; Game 6 on Sunday, June 15 and if necessary Game 7 on Wednesday, June 18.