How to Watch the Dallas Mavericks Online without Cable

The Dallas Mavericks have been one of the most entertaining franchises in the last decade. It makes sense considering they have an owner that’s even more fun to watch than some of the players in the league. Thankfully, both casual and diehard fans won’t have to worry about missing any games, even if they cut cable. It’s now very easy to watch Dallas Mavericks online without having to fork over all that money for cable.

You’ll be able to watch the games in a variety of ways and the exact method you use will depend on your preference. Read the below guide to find out how you can watch Mavericks game online and even how to watch some games for free!

 

Use the Streaming Service DIRECTV NOW to Watch Dallas Mavericks Online

Watch Dallas Mavericks Online

During the season, DIRECTV NOW will be likely one of the easiest ways to watch a Dallas Mavericks game live stream. The service starts at $35 per month and lets you live stream over 60 channels in the starting package. It’s a great blend of channels and you can start a trial to test DIRECTV NOW out and also watch Dallas Mavericks online free.

Believe it or not, FOX Sports Southwest is available to stream for anyone who is in the channel’s broadcast area in one of the higher packages. So with DIRECTV NOW (review), you can watch Mavericks game online and hear the local broadcast too, all without cable. You can watch a Dallas Mavericks game live stream on other channels like the national broadcasts on TNT. Also, there are other channels like NBA TV, TBS, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (airing simulcasts of ABC games and accessible on WatchESPN) to watch nationally broadcast games.

 

Dish Network’s Sling TV Can Let You Watch Dallas Mavericks Online

Watch Dallas Mavericks Online

Another streaming service on the market, Sling TV, will have ways to watch Mavericks game online. In fact, you can watch FOX Sports Southwest with a Sling TV (review) subscription as well. You’ll need the Sling Blue starting package for this, which costs $25 per month. Sling Blue will let you watch a Dallas Mavericks game live stream on TBS and TNT.

If you’re interested in watching the games ESPN broadcasts, then you’ll need the Sling Orange package. It costs $20 per month and has ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, TNT, and TBS for watching NBA games. There’s no FOX Sports Southwest, but you can sign up for the Sling Orange + Sling Blue package to get all of the above. It costs $40 per month and has around 50 channels to stream in total.

Sling TV is another way to watch a Dallas Mavericks game streaming free with its own 7-day free trial. Also, take a look at the current deals from Sling TV on streaming devices, like Rokus, when you sign up for a monthly subscription!

 

Sony’s Way to Watch Dallas Mavericks Online is PlayStation Vue

Watch Dallas Mavericks Online

PlayStation Vue, a streaming service introduced by Sony, will also let you watch Dallas Mavericks online. A subscription lets you watch NBA games on TNT, TBS, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 (through WatchESPN), and NBA TV. The starting price is $35 per month and you can live stream around 50 channels.

The only potential downside of the service is the streaming blackouts. There could be some restriction when you try to stream away from your house, but it’s tough to predict. You can learn more about the service in our PlayStation Vue review.

 

 

NBA League Pass – The Official NBA Option to Watch Dallas Mavericks Online

Watch Dallas Mavericks Online

NBA League Pass is the official streaming service from the league and will let you watch Mavericks game online if you’re outside of the team’s broadcast region. Otherwise, you’ll be blacked out from watching Mavs games but will still get all the other games in the league live stream. You can find out more on details and pricing in our NBA League Pass review.

 

Check out our full sports guide to learn more about watching all of your favorite sporting events after cutting cable. You can also double down and check out our NBA streaming guide to find out how to watch even more basketball!

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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