The 2019/2020 NBA season is just around the corner, as it is set to begin on October 22 and will come to an end on April 8, 2020. Once complete, the playoffs will commence on April 11, 2020, and the NBA finals will take place in June 2020.
As a big sports fan, it’s likely you will not want to miss one moment of the b-ball action. If you want to experience the highs and lows of the 74th season, check out the best apps for streaming an NBA game.
NBA: Official App
Available on both iPhone and Android, the NBA: Official App offers either a monthly or annual NBA League Pass membership, which enables the user to enjoy various NBA games live—or they can watch a full replay at a later date.
If this wasn’t good enough, basketball fans will also receive the latest breaking news from the sport, as well as access to game highlights, scores, statistics, schedules and standings for their much-loved basketball teams. Also, if you’re a cable subscriber, you’ll be able to watch NBA TV via the official NBA app.
Prices for the app can range from $17.99 per month to $249.99 per year for every basketball team, and you won’t be interrupted by annoying commercials.
The official ESPN sports app enables users to stream various NBA games live on an Android or iOS device. All you need to do is pick your favorite teams, such as the Los Angeles Clippers, Houston Rockets, or Golden State Warriors, and you’ll be able to tune into the action or receive the latest scores. You also can view the highlights from a game on various ESPN channels, such as ESPN, ESPN 2 and SEC Network Plus (to name only a few). However, if you want to watch your favorite NBA team beat the odds to reach the championship, you’ll need to pay a monthly or annual subscription fee.
Tune into live streaming feeds of the new NBA season, the playoffs and the finals by downloading the WatchESPN app, which is available on both Android and iOS. Users will also have access to news, basketball-related shows, commentary and highlights from all ESPN channels, such as ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN 3, ACC Network Extra, ESPN Goal Line and so much more. It’s a must-have if you pay for ESPN through a cable or satellite TV provider.
Both cable and satellite TV subscribers will be able to stream NBA games via Watch TNT, which is available on both Android and iOS smartphones and tablets.
All you’ll need to do is download the app onto your device before signing in with your chosen TV provider. You’ll then have access to watch various NBA games on the TNT app at home or on-the-go.
You also can watch 10 minutes of live TV or five minutes of on-demand TV to test the streaming service free of charge, which can help you make an informed decision on whether it’s worth your time and money.
So, if you don’t want to miss one moment of the NBA action this 2019/2020 season, the above apps are definitely worth considering when looking for a live stream.