Date/Time: Saturday, May 20 at 9 p.m. ET
It’s looking more and more like the Warriors might make this a four-game series. While that wouldn’t be surprising, the Spurs still have a couple of games to turn things around. Whether they do or not, is up to them.
Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 live stream will air on ESPN. If you have cable, you’re set to watch the game. If not, we can tell you how to watch Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 online with the ESPN live stream.
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DIRECTV NOW offers ESPN in all of their package options. You can use any of them to watch Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 online! The DIRECTV NOW channel lineup comes to $35/month and offers 60+ channels. The channels include E!, A&E, Discovery, FX, History, Comedy Central, ESPN, AMC, Oxygen, NBCSN, TNT, USA, Syfy, Lifetime, and more. The free DIRECTV NOW 7-day trial. Local channels are available in certain areas. If you’d like more channels, you can add them starting at $5/month. You can watch Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 online with Chromecast, mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, and other devices.
You can use the DIRECTV NOW free trial as a way to watch Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 online free! Your trial lasts for a full week.
Watch the Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 Live Stream with Sling TV
Sling TV includes ESPN in the Sling TV Orange package. It has 30+ channels at $20/month. Along with the Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 live stream, you can watch A&E, ESPN, TNT, AMC, Cartoon Network, Lifetime, History, Freeform, and HGTV. The Sling TV channel lineup includes these and many other channels. You can also add additional channels. There are several bundle packages and single channels that are available. Roku, computers, Chromecast, Apple TV, and other devices will allow you to watch the Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 live stream. The Sling TV 7-day trial is one more way to watch Spurs vs Warriors Game 3 online free.
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