It is that time of year again with the 2022 NBA Playoffs underway! With the regular season games behind them, the best players and teams will compete to be crowned NBA champions and a chance to take home the Larry O'Brien trophy. All the drama and action tipped off Saturday, April 16th, and runs through May, with the finals in June. You can view the entire slate of games and the 2022 playoff schedule on NBA.com.
If you’re among the growing number of streamers who have cut the cord with cable, there are many ways to watch the NBA playoffs online.
- One of the best streaming services for the NBA playoffs is Sling TV. Sling TV can be streamed through smart devices like Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, or through the Sling app on your Smart TV. Sling TV offers a blue and orange package that each starts at $35 per month, or you can purchase both packages for a deal of $50 per month. Better still, Sling TV is running a special deal right now that gets new customers 50% off their first month, bringing your first bill down to just $17.50.
- DirectTV Streaming offers a similar channel lineup as Sling TV. DirectTV Stream gives you exclusive access to 65 channels for $70 per month.
- Hulu + Live TV and YouTube TV both offer ABC, ESPN, FOX, CBS, and TBS, where you can watch live. Hulu + Live TV is $69.99/month and gets you access to 75+ top channels. YouTube TV offers a monthly subscription of $54.99/month for your first 3 months. YouTube TV gives you access to 85+ channels of entertainment, news, live sports, & more.
- You can also experience the action on Fubo TV for $64.99/month with a free 7-day trial. Like other streaming services, the first 7-days are free.
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