Date/Time: Tuesday, May 2 at 10:30 p.m. ET
People have been predicting that the Warriors will take the entire NBA Championship this year. It’s no wonder that they would say that after their 4-0 sweep against the Trail Blazers. The Jazz are playing fair, but it’s going to take a lot more than fair to beat the Warriors. Keep reading to learn how to watch the Warriors vs Jazz Game 1 live stream!
If you don’t have cable, you’re in the right place to learn how to watch TNT online. You’ll need access to TNT to watch the Warriors vs Jazz Game 1 live stream. Here we’ll discuss two of the options that you can use to watch Warriors vs Jazz Game 1 online.
Warriors vs Jazz Game 1 Live Stream on DIRECTV NOW
The DIRECTV NOW base package, for $35/month, will allow you to watch Warriors vs Jazz Game 1 streaming! TNT is one of the over 60 channels included in this package. HBO is just $5 more a month. Other channels include Food Network, FXX, Cartoon Network, USA, National Geographic, Freeform, Discovery, Lifetime, and Hallmark! Watch local channel content in live stream when you live in cities like New York and Chicago. Everywhere else, watch in the video-on-demand library! You can use Chromecast, Apple TV, mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, android TV, and web browsers to view the DIRECTV NOW service.
Sling TV Includes the Warriors vs Jazz Game 1 Live Stream
Sling TV is a popular streaming option for a lot of reasons. First off, it’s cheap. Packages start at just $20/month. Next, you receive as many as 30 channels and can add even more on. The Sling TV channel lineup offers:
- Food Network
You can then add channels like Showtime, Starz or even HBO to your package. You can use Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, and other devices to watch the Warriors vs Jazz Game 1 live stream. The Sling TV free 7-day trial can also help you watch Warriors vs Jazz Game 1 online free.
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