They meet again. For the fourth consecutive year, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors will compete in the NBA Finals. With Steph Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson, the Warriors are the favorites they can repeat as Champs. You're in the way of LeBron James, who wants to bring a second title to Cleveland. Let us review your options for watching the Best of Seven series crowning this year's NBA champion.
NBA Final 2018 Schedule
- Game 1: Thursday, May 31 at Golden State, 9:00 pm. ET
- Game 2 : Sunday, June 3 at Golden State, 8pm ET
- Game 3: Wednesday, June 6 in Cleveland, 9pm ET
- Game 4: Friday, June 8 in Cleveland, 9 pm ET
- Game 5 *: Monday, June 1
- Game 6 *: Thursday, June 14 in Cleveland, 21:00 ET
- Game 7 *: Sunday, June 17 at Golden State, 8pm. ET
* If required
ABC broadcasts the NBA finals, which you can access with a cable or satellite subscription, or for free with a digital antenna. We have some cheap suggestions for the best indoor antennas.
Online or Streaming
WatchESPN.com and the WatchESPN App will have live streams of games. To stream the game with WatchESPN, you must sign up with a pay-TV account. If you do not have a pay-TV subscription, you can broadcast the games live with one of the five live TV streaming services if you live in the right market.
DirectTV Now is the cheapest, $ 35-a-month Live a small package contains ABC. Click here to check the availability of local live channels in your area.
Hulu with live TV
Hulu with live TV costs $ 40 a month and includes ABC. Check which live channels Hulu offers near you.
PlayStation Vue offers a 40-per-month access plan with ABC. Channel listings vary by region, so check out which local live networks you receive on the PlayStation Vue Plans page.
You have to pay $ 5 extra per month for the Broadcast Extra package on Sling TV's $ 20-a-month package to get ABC. Click here to see if you can get a live feed from ABC near you.
YouTube TV is currently available in dozens of major metro markets. It costs $ 40 a month and includes ABC. YouTube TV is also the first presenting sponsor of the NBA Finals.
In the meantime, fans can follow the Eastern Conference Finals on ESPN or WatchESPN and the Western Conference Finals on TNT, TNTDrama.com or the TNT App.
Editor's note: This story was originally published on May 23, 2018 and has been updated to include new information.
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