As we start the new year, people everywhere are making resolutions. They’re going to eat better, they’re going to exercise more, they’re going to be more productive. One New Year’s resolution you will probably NEVER hear is “I’m gonna watch less basketball this year” – no thanks! With the NBA season in full swing, fans everywhere are looking to keep up with the action. Tonight is no exception, with the Blazers and Warriors facing off. If your New Years resolution was to cancel your cable subscription to save money, you may be wondering how you can catch the Blazers vs Warriors live stream this evening. We’ll show you how!
These two teams last met over two months ago, with the Warriors prevailing 127-104. Now, the Trail Blazers are looking for revenge, and we should be in for quite the game! Thankfully, the days when you absolutely had to have a cable subscription to watch live basketball are long gone. Now, you can watch the Blazers vs Warriors game online, without cable, using a variety of services. We’ll go over the details in the guide below.
Use DIRECTV NOW to Watch Blazers vs Warriors Live Stream
Just like 2017, DIRECTV NOW is brand new! Just launched in late November, 2016, DIRECTV NOW is our top recommendation for fans wanting to stream the Blazers vs Warriors game. Why? Well, it lets you watch the game live, from anywhere you have internet, without cable!
Basically, this service gives you 60+ channels that you can watch live, for $35 a month. No contract or commitment is required. You can see the full DIRECTV NOW channel list for details. You can watch on your computer, on your TV (using a connected streaming device), on your smartphone, and more. If you have an Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, etc you can watch directly on your big-screen. If you don’t have one of these devices, you can actually snag one for free when you prepay for 3 months of DIRECTV NOW.
The Blazers vs Warriors live stream will air on ESPN, and ESPN is included in DIRECTV NOW’s basic package – alongside 60+ other great channels. There’s even a free 7-day trial, so you could potentially stream the Blazers vs Warriors game for free!
Use Sling TV to Watch Blazers vs Warriors Online
Sling TV is another great online streaming service. It’s very well-established, having around 2 years of existence vs. DIRECTV NOW’s 2 months. Sling works in pretty much the same way; you subscribe to it and you get immediate, live access to tons of TV channels to watch on your devices, without cable. Our Sling TV review has all the details.
Sling TV is quite affordable, at $20/month for the basic package. No contract is required. All packages include ESPN, so you’ll be able to watch the Blazers vs Warriors live stream with no issues. The basic package includes 30+ other channels. Sling works on almost all streaming devices, plus computers, tablets, smartphones, select smart TVs, and more. Sling TV also offers a free Roku streaming device when you prepay for a month.
So, Sling TV offers less channels than DIRECTV NOW, but on the other hand it’s cheaper. For those on a tight budget, Sling might be the better bet for Blazers vs Warriors streaming tonight. There’s a free week-long trial available, as well.
Watch the Blazers vs Warriors Game Live Stream on PlayStation Vue
The third and final option to watch the Blazers game online tonight is to use PlayStation Vue. This service is similar to the two we’ve already discussed, in that it lets you stream live TV without cable. It offers 45+ channels for $30 a month, without a contract. ESPN is included in all packages.
At this point, Vue is our #3 recommendation, mostly because it restricts mobile viewing from outside your home. Still, it’s a decent option to watch the Warriors game tonight.
There you have it! Enjoy the game tonight, and good luck on those New Year’s resolutions!
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