Watch NBA live stream when the 2013-2014 season tips off on Tuesday, October 29th. There are several ways to get NBA live streams this year. All of the main options are outline below. Check out live sports streaming schedule to see what games are on every week and what other streaming sports are on.
Free NBA live streams:
TNT airs NBA games most Thursdays throughout the NBA season along with some other days occasionally. TNT OT streams live game action from several of their games free online. It’s not the same feed that is broadcast on TV, rather you can pick to a camera angle to view or a collection of four angles. For example, you could choose to watch a camera following a single player, or you could watch a collection of four angles from the baseline, both backboard cams, and a player camera. It’s a fun and interesting way to follow the game. The stream will work the web browser of PC’s and most mobile devices like iPhones, iPad, and Android.
NBA live streams with cable TV login:
ESPN is also back as an NBA broadcast partner this year, and they will be airing several games all season long. ESPN streams all of their broadcasts at watchESPN.com and on the watchESPN app for Apple, Android, Kindle Fire, and Xbox 360. To get access to the stream you’ll need a cable TV package that includes ESPN from one of these companies and you’ll be required to login with your cable TV username and password.
You can also watch ABC games for free on your TV with an simple antenna.
Paid NBA live streams:
You can also pay to subscribe to NBA League Pass. League Pass allows you to stream all NBA games not broadcast in your area. That means all games on ESPN, ABC, TNT, NBA TV, and your local team’s sports channel will be blacked out. This is a nice option for die-hard NBA fans, or fans that live in a different city from their favorite team.
The mobile subscription is $50 ($40 for Sprint customers) and will enable you to stream games on your smartphone with the NBA Game Time app for iPhone or Android. For $130 you can stream games on computers, iPads and Android tablets, Apple TV, Roku, and Xbox 360 (but not iPhones or Android phones.) For $190 you can stream games on all of the devices mentioned above plus get games on your TV. Make sure to read all the fine print before subscribing.