Date/Time: Wednesday, May 3 at 7 p.m. ET
LeBron James led the Cavaliers to a victory when he scored 35 points and 10 rebounds. The Raptors could come back, but their star players are going to have to work a little harder to make that happen. We’ll see if they can do that on May 3 at 7 p.m. ET. All you need to do is watch Cavaliers vs Raptors Game 2 live stream to find out!
The Cavaliers vs Raptors Game 2 live stream will air on TNT. Most basic cable packages included TNT, so cable users are set. However, if you’re not a cable user, you’ve still got some options. Cord cutters can watch TNT online using a live stream service. We will discuss the best options for watching TNT online below.
The Cavaliers vs Raptors Game 2 Live Stream Will Air on DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW offers everything you need to watch Cavaliers vs Raptors Game 2 live stream without cable! You start with 60 channels at a base price of $35/month. The DIRECTV NOW channel lineup offers TBS, truTV, TNT, Disney Channel, AMC, History, Bravo, TV Land, Nat Geo and several other channels. HBO and other channels can be added to your package starting at $5/per channel! Local content is in an on-demand library unless you live in select cities where it’s available in live stream! You’ll be able to watch on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and mobile devices.
The DIRECTV NOW free one-week trial even allows you to watch the Cavaliers vs Raptors Game 2 live stream online free!
Cavaliers vs Raptors Game 2 Live Stream is on Sling TV
Sling TV offers 30+ channels for $20/month in the Sling TV Orange package. You can watch the Cavaliers vs Raptors Game 2 live stream on Roku, Xbox, Chromecast, Apple TV, and other devices. The Sling TV channel lineup offers AMC, CNN, Cartoon Network, Disney, History, Comedy Central, TNT, TBS, A&E, and others. If you want more channels just add them to your package with channel bundles. The Sling TV free 7-day trial is one more option to watch Cavaliers vs Raptors Game 2 online free.
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