The 2019 NBA playoff is ongoing and will run in early June. And for the first time since the administration of George W. Bush, they were played without LeBron James. He has led his team to the playoffs in the last 13 seasons and has reached the NBA Finals in a surprising eight times in a row.
With or without James, the NBA Playoff continues the star business. Defending champions Golden State Warriors, once again led by Steph Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson, are favorites, but potential second-round matches against league goalscorer James Harden and the Houston Rockets are awaiting.
In the east, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Milwaukee Bucks were the highest seeds, followed by Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors, Joel Embiid and Philadelphia 76ers, and Kyrie Irving and Boston Celtics.
The following is a guide to watching basketball playoffs.
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How can I watch NBA Playoffs?
The playoff is displayed on four channels: ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV.
The WatchESPN.com and WatchESPN applications together with the WatchTNT.com and WatchTNT applications have games directly from the game. To stream games with WatchESPN or WatchTNT, you must be logged in with a pay-TV account. If you don’t have a pay-TV subscription, you can watch games with live TV streaming service.
You should know more things about the live TV streaming services:
Streaming service with all four NBA playoff channels
Sling TV ($ 30)
Sling TV’s $ 25-a-month Blue TV package includes ESPN and TNT. It also includes ESPN3, which simulates games that are broadcast on ABC. You need to add a $ 5 per month Sports Extra package to get NBA TV. (The blue package is currently discounted to $ 15 per month for the first three months.)
Watch Sling TV
YouTube TV ($ 50)
For NBA games YouTube TV will cost $50 a month and includes ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV channels. Connect your ZIP code to their welcome page to see if ABC live streams are available where you live.
Watch on YouTube TV
PlayStation Vue ($ 50)
The PlayStation Vue $ 50 per month core plan includes ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TVs. You can see whether ABC live streaming is available in your area here.
Watch PlayStation Vue
Streaming service with only a few NBA playoff channels
Upstream with Live TV ($ 45)
Upstream with Direct TV costs $ 45 a month and includes ABC, ESPN, and TNT but not NBA TV. Click the “See all channels in your area” link on their welcome page to see if ABC live streams are offered in your zip code. For Fubo TV it will cost around $45 a month and includes TNT and NBA TV but not ABC or ESPN.
Watch on FuboTV
Directv Now ($ 50)
Direct Now has the package for NBA that will cost $50 per month plus ABC, ESPN and TNT but not NBA TV. You can use the channel search tool to see if you get live ABC broadcasts and in your zip code.
How To Watch NBA Live Stream Free?
Download the Live TV app from Google Playstore or search the app on Google and start streaming for free.