Forget about the summer heat and get ready for some NBA action! ESPN and DIRECTV are bringing you the best of basketball with this season’s hottest matchups.
For starters, all NBA fans will be able to view more than 1,000 live sports events on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC. That includes all 82 regular season games, playoffs and the NBA Finals. With over 20 hours of live match-up coverage each week during the regular season, you can stay up-to-date with your favorite team in just a click!
Other perks include the new NBA Mobile View, which will be available on the DIRECTV App for Tablet users, as well as exclusive highlights from the week’s top games that are tailored for your viewing experience.
DIRECTV customers can also enjoy an expanded lineup of regional sports networks. The offerings include: Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, Comcast SportsNet California, Comcast SportsNet Chicago and Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic.
Ready to become a DIRECTV customer? Make sure you don’t miss a single game this season!
The NBA is the premier men’s professional basketball league in the world. It consists of 30 teams that play 82 regular season games, followed by a playoff tournament. The regular season starts in October and ends in April, with a championship game that takes place in June.
For many years now, ESPN and DIRECTV have been partners in broadcasting NBA games to viewers across America. ESPN is a cable TV network that has been around since 1979 and has become synonymous with sports television broadcasting. DIRECTV is one of the largest satellite TV providers in America and offers a variety of packages for their customers.
Together, these two companies provide fans with an amazing way to watch NBA games on their televisions. This blog will discuss how you can use these two services to watch NBA games throughout the year as well as some interesting facts about the league itself.
If you love basketball, don’t miss a minute of the action with DIRECTV and ESPN.
DIRECTV is your home for the NBA, with up to 40 out-of-market games every week!
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With ESPN on DIRECTV, you can enjoy up to 40 out-of-market NBA games each week. Games are broadcast in high definition and are available on multiple channels so you can watch two or three games at once. DIRECTV also offers NBA LEAGUE PASS BROADBAND, which gives you access to live streaming video of every NBA game so you don’t miss a second of the action.
You can also watch on your computer with our Web site, DIRECTV.com, or on your phone with our free app for iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ and Blackberry® devices.
Don’t miss a single dunk, layup or jump shot this season with DIRECTV and ESPN.
With basketball season in full swing, DIRECTV and ESPN are giving fans more ways to catch the action. The two companies have partnered up to offer a live stream of NBA games through ESPN3 on DIRECTV’s website.
Beginning this week, DIRECTV customers can watch up to 19 NBA games per week live on their computers, tablets or smartphones. This means no more squinting at the small screen of your phone or tablet when catching the game at a bar or restaurant. Simply log onto either ESPN.com or DIRECTV.com from your laptop or desktop computer and tune in to the game with a larger screen.
The live streams will be available through NBA League Pass Broadband, which is offered as an add-on service for $9 a month. The streaming service will allow users to watch up to 14 out-of-market games each week and it also gives access to NBA TV’s 24/7 network programming, including studio shows and original content.
If you’ve been thinking about signing up for DIRECTV, you may have heard that we’re the exclusive home of ESPN, but what does that mean? As big fans of the NBA here at DIRECTV, we’re excited to share the good news: That means the only place to get ESPN with all of your favorite NBA games is through us.
You might know ESPN as the channel with all of your favorite sports, but it turns out that they also have a lot of other great content we think you might like. Here are some of our favorite shows on right now:
* The Undefeated— This show covers sports, race and culture in depth and will give you a fresh insight into some of the biggest stories in sports today.
* His & Hers— This show features two hosts who talk about everything from the week in sports news to pop culture, so if you want an entertaining way to catch up on what’s happened this week, this is a great option for you.
* SportsCenter – We love SportsCenter and we know you do too. With daily updates and analysis from top reporters, this is your go-to source for staying up-to-date on everything happening in sports right now.
Promo code expires on 10/31/2018 and is good for $35 off your first month of DIRECTV NOW. New customers only. Restrictions apply.
For many years, ESPN has been the go-to TV channel to watch NBA basketball games, with their game broadcasts frequently ranking as the most watched shows on cable TV. Sports fans are always eager to watch their favorite players in action during regular season and playoff games. In fact, ESPN’s coverage of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics was the highest-rated series ever on cable TV, attracting more than 12 million viewers per game!
This year, sports fans get to enjoy even more live NBA games across multiple TV channels, with DIRECTV NOW from AT&T. Fans will be able to watch all 82 regular season NBA games per team live on ESPN and TNT. That’s not all! Subscribers will also get exclusive access to NBA’s League Pass and a free trial of DIRECTV NOW . With the new service from DIRECTV, you can enjoy a wide variety of entertainment content with no credit check or annual contract. And with today’s special offer , new subscribers get $35 off their first month of DIRECTV NOW service!
The 2016 NBA Finals have been the most competitive in years. The Warriors are the reigning champs, but LeBron James and the Cavs have had some big wins of their own. It all comes down to Game 7, which airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET on ABC (channel 602 for DIRECTV customers).
The Warriors and Cavaliers have been battling for the championship for two years in a row now. Last year, it was Golden State who won the title – and Steph Curry made headlines as the first unanimous MVP in league history. But this year, it’s all about LeBron James breaking records and making history.
James has already earned his sixth Finals MVP nomination – one more than Magic Johnson, who is tied with him now. If he can lead his team to victory tonight, he’ll pass Michael Jordan and win his third NBA ring. He’ll also be the first player to lead two different teams to consecutive Finals appearances since Robert Horry led the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Lakers there in 1994 and 1995.
The Cavs may be underdogs tonight; they’re on the road at Oracle Arena in Oakland, where the Warriors haven’t lost a game this postseason (12-0) and only lost three times throughout