One of the biggest events of the basketball season, the NBA All-Star game will be broadcast on February 1
You absolutely don't want to miss any of the biggest games of the season! If you stream all your shows and events live, these are the best services that have all the action on game day.
NBA League Pass
It's no surprise NBA League Pass is one of the best ways to stream the game directly to your TV. For $ 30 a year you get access to every live NBA game for the entire season. You can also connect your TV provider to get access to the League Pass if you've already paid for it through your cable or satellite subscription.
Hulu Live TV is a great way to stream all sports. For $ 55 a month you get basketball, soccer, football and more from just one app. This service also offers a free seven-day trial period, so you can see what the company has to offer before you commit.
fuboTV is known for live sports and TV, which is why it made our list. For $ 60 a month you can stream more than 100 channels (depending on your region). Same as Hulu, you can get a free seven-day trial to test the waters before diving.
If you want to save some money and still watch your sport, Sling is the best choice. For only $ 5 a month you can get Sling Orange, which streams Fox Sports 1, NFL and NBC Sports. However, this prize is a promotion – after February 11, 2020, it goes back to $ 20 a month. However, that is still a lot, especially if you mainly watch sports.
YouTube TV has many live channels (70 networks). For $ 50 a month you get ESPN, Fox Sports and NBC Sports, so you can stream almost any sporting event and TV show. There is also a free five-day trial period, so you are sure you want the service before you spend money.
With all the streaming services available now, you don't have to miss a quarter of the NBA All- Star game. You can watch your favorite players play without having to pay a ridiculously high cable bill from the comfort of your home.