How to Watch the NBA All Star Game Online without Cable

Watch NBA All Star Game Online

Date/Time: February 19th, 8:00 p.m. ET
Channel: TNT
Live stream: DIRECTV NOW (free 7-day trial) or Sling TV (free 7-day trial)

The 2016/2017 NBA season has been one to remember, and it’s far from over! This weekend, fans from all over the world will tune in to catch the 2017 NBA All Star Game in all its star-studded glory. If you’re wondering how to watch the NBA All Star Game online, you’ve come to the right website!

In this guide, we’ll go over the various ways you can catch the NBA All Star Game live stream from home – or on the go – without needing a cable subscription. There are actually a few different ways to enjoy NBA All Star Game streaming, which we’ll cover in detail below. The game will air on TNT, but luckily, you can get TNT and watch NBA All Star Game online without cable TV.

 

Watch the NBA All Star Game Online with DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW, a cable-free streaming service, is the best way to stream NBA All Star Game online this weekend. It works over the internet, letting you stream your favorite TV shows, live sports, news and more – without cable!

DIRECTV NOW offers several different packages, with the base package starting at $35 per month. This includes over 60 channels, including TNT. Since TNT streaming is included, that means NBA All Star Game streaming is included as well! And it’s not just TNT – you’ll get ESPN, CNN, AMC, TBS, Comedy Central, and 60+ other great channels, all of which you can watch live (and select content on-demand, as well).

To catch the NBA All Star Game live stream with DIRECTV NOW, you’ll need a compatible streaming device. The good news is that most devices will work; use your laptop or PC, your mobile device, your smart TV, or your regular TV using a streaming player (such as an Apple TV, Chromecast, etc.). You can check our DIRECTV NOW review for more info.

Click here to start a free 7 day trial of DIRECTV NOW to watch NBA All Star Game online free while exploring the service for yourself!

 

Watch the NBA All Star Game Live Stream via Sling TV

With Sling TV, you’ll have a good way to watch the NBA All Star Game online, as well as a good way to keep up with many of your favorite shows, news programs, live sports and more. Sling TV is an internet streaming service that offers 30+ channels for $20 per month, with no contract required.

In the basic package, Sling Orange, you’ll get TNT streaming plus 30+ other channels including ESPN, AMC, TBS, CNN and more. For $20 per month, this package is a steal of a deal. And with no contract required, you’re never locked into anything long term and can cancel at any time. See our Sling TV review for more.

Sling TV also offers some great sign-up bonuses, like a free Roku when you prepay for 2 months of Sling TV, or a discounted Apple TV when you prepay for 3 months. Additionally, T-Mobile subscribers can also get an exclusive 30% discount on the cost of Sling TV.

Click here to try a free 7-day trial of Sling TV to access NBA All Star Game streaming free!

 

Stream NBA All Star Game with PlayStation Vue

A third and final option for the NBA All Star Game live stream is to use PlayStation Vue, a streaming service brought to you by Sony. Like the two we’ve already discussed, Vue is an online service that works over the internet, and lets you watch live TV on various streaming devices, PS3/PS4 consoles, etc.

TNT streaming is included, and Vue’s packages start from $30 per month for 45+ channels. There are some downsides, however. Most notably, mobile viewing outside your home is not allowed with Vue, while it is with both DIRECTV NOW and Sling TV. So, you won’t be able to watch the NBA All Star Game online with Vue, unless you’re at home. See our PlayStation Vue review to learn more.

 

Watch More Basketball Online

Once the NBA All Star Game is over, you’ll likely still want to keep watching as much basketball as possible. Check out our NBA streaming guide for more info on how to watch NBA games online.

Austin Meadows

Austin Meadows

Austin Meadows is a cord-cutting reporter living in the rainy but beautiful Pacific North West.
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