NBA D League All Star Game Live Stream: Watch Online without Cable

Date/Time: Saturday, Feb. 18 at 2:30 p.m. ET

Channel: NBA TV

Live Stream: DIRECTV NOW (free 7-day trial) or Sling TV (free 7-day trial)

To give fans even more to be excited about for the NBA All Star Weekend, the NBA has decided to make the D-League All Star Game a part of the weekend’s festivities in New Orleans. The NBA D-League (or developmental league) is the official minor leagues of the NBA, which means the league features the biggest names on the brink of becoming the next NBA stars.

NBA TV will be airing the NBA D League All Star game (you can check out the rosters here), but that doesn’t mean you absolutely need cable to watch. If you want a NBA D League All Star Game live stream, you do have options available to watch it online free. Follow our guide below to watch the NBA D League All Star game online.

Watch A NBA D League All Star Game Live Stream Online With DIRECTV NOW

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If you want to watch the NBA D League All Star Game online free, consider DIRECTV NOW. DIRECTV NOW is a streaming TV service that works just like cable, meaning you get dozens of channels live. But the price is around 25% of what you’d pay for cable. Over 60 live networks are a part of DIRECTV NOW’s base package. You get TNT, TBS, Fox Sports, ESPN and way, way more for just $35 a month.

If you want to see how it works for yourself, there’s a free 7 day trial of DIRECTV NOW available. You could watch a free stream of the NBA D League All Star Game, stay on for the whole NBA All Star Weekend, and then have the rest of the week to enjoy the service’s channels without paying a thing. You do need to register your account with a credit card, but as long as you cancel your trial in time, you won’t pay a thing. Read our DIRECTV NOW review to learn more.

Live Stream the NBA D League All Star Game With Sling TV

SlingTV is one of the leading ways to get a free NBA D League All Star Game stream that’s 100% legal. If you don’t know what SlingTV is, you need to pay attention if you’re a sports fan. Sling TV is a cable alternative that has all the same networks as cable, just streaming online. The best part is that the price is a fraction of what cable costs. With SlingTV, you can watch TBS, TNT, Fox Sports, ESPN, and dozens more channels all live for just $20 a month.

If you’re a basketball fan, you can take advantage of a free week of SlingTV to watch the whole NBA All Star weekend. Sling’s free trial offer does require you to put in a debit or credit card, but nothing will be charged if you cancel in time.

And SlingTV can be streamed on just about any device you have, like a smart phone, a tablet, a smart TV and more. SlingTV can literally save thousands of dollars over cable, so it’s worth checking out if you never have!

PlayStation Vue Will Have A Free NBA D League All Star Game Live Stream

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One more way to get a NBA D League All Star Game live stream online is PlayStation Vue. You can read our full review of PS Vue to learn more, but here are the basics: Vue costs less than $30 a month for the cheapest package, and it’s great for basketball lovers, spots fans, or anyone who watches cable TV. You get all the cable channels that you’re used to – about 50 networks overall – for one low price. And you don’t need a PlayStation to use Vue – you can watch almost anywhere on almost any device.

The NBA D League All Star Game is your chance to see some of the NBA’s biggest stars before they become household names, so if you’re a basketball fan, you’re going to want to tune in. And with this guide, you can watch a NBA D League All Star Game stream on your cell phone, computer or TV completely free.

Artie Beaty

Artie Beaty

Artie Beaty is a freelance writer (and unabashed Chicago Cubs fan) from Charlotte, NC. He has almost 15 years experience freelancing. Email him at artiebeaty@streamingobserver.com.
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