Date/Time: January 10; 10:30 p.m. ET
Channel: NBA TV (and regionals)
The Heat and Warriors will face off for a great matchup with a tip-off time of 10:30 p.m. ET on January 10th. This game will be broadcast nationally on NBA TV. But, if you live in the Bay Area or around Miami NBA TV will likely be blacked out. You can still watch on CSN for Warriors fans and Heat fans can watch on their local FOX Sports network. Thankfully, all of these channels can be watched without cable, so you can easily get a Heat vs Warriors live stream.
You can watch with a few different services regardless of your location. The below guide gives a bunch of details on how to watch wherever you live, so read on to learn more!
Watch a Heat vs Warriors Live Stream on DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW will be the top option for a Heat vs Warriors stream. You can watch regardless of your location because NBA TV and both local stations are available on the service. You can live stream each of these channels along with about 60 others on DIRECTV NOW.
All of the streaming channels comes at cost of only $35 per month. Plus, you can watch Heat vs Warriors online free with a 7-day free trial. This will be a great way to try out the service and not pay a dime to stream the game. If you want to learn more, check out our DIRECTV NOW review.
Use Sling TV for a Heat vs Warriors Live Stream
Sling TV is another great service for a Heat vs Warriors live stream. The starting cost of Sling TV is $25 per month for the Blue package. This will get you the Bay Area CSN network and FOX Sports regional network in Miami. You can add NBA TV to your subscription along with about 10 other great sports channels like NFL Redzone, NHL Network, beIN SPORTS, and Golf Channel. All of these channels costs only $10 more per month.
We’ve got a great Sling TV review that’ll help answer any other questions you may have.
PlayStation Vue – An Option for a Heat vs Warriors Live Stream on NBA TV
The last streaming option out there to watch Heat vs Warriors online is PlayStation Vue. This one doesn’t have the same options as Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW to watch. But, you can still watch on NBA TV unless you like in the Bay Area or Miami where it’ll be blacked out.
The starting price on PlayStation Vue (review) will be $29.99 per month. That monthly cost gives you more than 50 channels to live stream beyond NBA TV. Like Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW, this is a great service to use if you want to cut cable and not miss out on some of your favorite TV shows or sporting events.
For the Miami Heat, this will be a huge test playing the Warriors on the road. On the other side, the Warriors are likely looking forward to playing a struggling Heat team. Between underperforming and injuries, the Heat are nearly limping into this matchup.