How to Watch the Brooklyn Nets Online without Cable

Watch Brooklyn Nets Online

When the Nets moved to Brooklyn it was a huge win for the up and coming borough. While the team hasn’t met its early success it has still been an exciting team to watch. Of course diehard Nets fans prefer to see some wins, but the real ones still don’t miss a game. Thankfully, you don’t have to even if you cut cable because it’s really easy to watch Brooklyn Nets online nowadays.

You have multiple services to choose from to stream Nets games and some will even get you the YES Network. The below guide gives you all the information you’ll need. Keep reading and get set up to not miss a single game!


You can Watch Brooklyn Nets Online by Trying DIRECTV NOW

Watch Brooklyn Nets Online

DIRECTV NOW will likely be one of the best options to watch Nets game online. The service starts at $35 per month and lets you live stream more than 60 cable channels. If you want to test out the service first, you can start a trial and watch Brooklyn Nets online free before subscribing.

Any Nets game on national TV can be watched on channels like TBS, TNT, NBA TV, ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC (by signing in to WatchESPN with your DIRECTV NOW credentials). You can also stream the YES Network if you live in the area with one of the add-on packages. This will be the optimal way to watch a Brooklyn Nets game live stream all year long.

Learn more about DIRECTV NOW in our review. Also, check out the DIRECTV NOW site to learn more about any ongoing new subscriber deals.


Sling TV is Another Way to Watch Brooklyn Nets Online

Watch Brooklyn Nets Online

Sling TV is another cable alternative that will be a way to watch a Brooklyn Nets game live stream. Plus, it’s another option to watch a Brooklyn Nets game streaming free, since there is a 7-day free trial. There are also some great deals on streaming devices, like Roku, for any new subscribers.

Either the Sling Orange or Sling Blue starting package will let you watch Nets game online. Both contain TBS and TNT and both can watch NBA TV by paying $5 more per month for the Sports Extra add-on package. So, there will be no reason to miss national games like the ones aired on TNT.

The difference between the Sling TV (review) starting packages is only Orange has ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (for ABC games), while Blue has the YES Network available. Sling Orange costs $20 per month and Sling Blue costs $25 per month, but you can always combine the two and watch Brooklyn Nets online every time they play for $40 per month.


Use PlayStation Vue to Watch Brooklyn Nets Online

Watch Brooklyn Nets Online

Another streaming service on the market is PlayStation Vue. It costs $29.99 per month and gets you about 50 channels in return to live stream. There are some risks that certain channels will be blacked out if you stream outside of your home, but these are tough to predict.

Any NBA games on ESPN can be watched since ESPN and ESPN2 can be live streamed and WatchESPN can be accessed for the ABC games. TNT, TBS, and NBA TV are also available for any other nationally broadcast games. Find out more about the service in our detailed PlayStation Vue review.


Watch Brooklyn Nets Online During the Entire Year on NBA League Pass

Watch Brooklyn Nets Online

NBA League Pass could be the ideal option to watch Nets game online for some. This is mainly ideal for those living outside the Nets’ broadcast market because they can watch every game live. If the Nets games are blacked out you can still watch every other NBA game live streaming. Learn more about NBA League Pass in our guide to the service.


Head over to our NBA streaming guide to learn more about watching plenty of other teams play. And, if you are interested in watching any other sports, our full sports guide for cable cutters has you covered.



Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier reports on the streaming industry as it relates to sports media, providing coverage on how to watch live sports without cable.
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