Even Though They Don’t Carry ABC, You Can Still Watch the NBA Finals Live with Sling TV
On Thursday, June 28th, the 2019 NBA Finals kicks off with the Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors. Unlike earlier games in the post-season, every game will be televised on ABC. For cord-cutters, this means that you can either watch the game OTA with an antenna or through a Live TV Streaming Service. PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV each carry ABC in ~175 markets, while DIRECTV NOW carries the local is ~90 markets.
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Fortunately, the game will be simulcast on ESPN3, which means that if you subscribe to Sling TV Orange Plan, you can still watch game without the need of an antenna. If by chance you don’t get access to ABC in your local market with PlayStation Vue or YouTube TV, you can also stream the game on ESPN3.
Sling TV has a special promotion which will give new subscribers their first month of Sling Orange for only $15 a month (normally $25). For NBA fans, that means you can stream the entire NBA Finals for just $15 a month with Sling Orange. You can stream Sling TV on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox One, iOS, Android, and Web