The NBA Playoffs are on TNT tonight which means if you want to stream the games you are going to need a service that streams TNT and not every service does. Here are your choices.
In general If you are looking to get Sling TV for The NBA Playoffs the best way to go is Sling Orange. Sling Orange will give you access to both TNT and ESPN where the vast majority of the NBA Playoffs will live aside from a few games on ABC which can be found via ESPN 3 which is included on Sling Orange as well. The Sling TV account also gives you access to the ESPN app which is helpful in the case that someone else is using the Sling TV app to watch TV at the same time the NBA games are on.
Sling Orange will cost you $30.00
YouTube TV is a much bigger service than simply signing up for Sling TV’s Orange offer but its price is over twice the cost. The service provides TNT as well as ESPN and even access to ABC as long as it is officially available in your market. This has you covered for the NBA Playoffs and also provides over 80 other channels to check out as well.
YouTube TV Will cost you 64.00
Hulu + Live TV
If you already have Hulu’s on-demand service this might be an easy add. The service provides access to TNT, ESPN, possible access to ABC and a number of other sports channels that may or may not be of any use to you depending on what happens with the main line fall sports. The service will suffice for the NBA playoffs as you will not miss any of the big games.
Hulu + Live TV will cost you $54.99
Tuesday on TNT
Orlando Magic vs. Milwaukee Bucks 1:30 p.m.
Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers 4 p.m.
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Houston Rockets 6:30 p.m.
Los Angeles Lakers vs. Portland Trail Blazers 9 p.m.