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How to Stream the 2019 NBA Finals

Here it is, the final series of the season for the NBA; the 2019 NBA Finals. This year, it will be between the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors.

For Golden State, this will be their fourth-straight appearance in the NBA Finals. As for Toronto, this will be their first ever appearance in the NBA Finals. The series itself will be broadcasted on ABC.

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The best way to stream the NBA Finals this year will ironically be through the sponsor of it, which is YouTube TV.

When signing up for YouTube TV, you will be able to get a seven-day free trial. After that, the service costs $49.99 per month. It can be subscribed to through iTunes which will also get you a free trial, but once it expires, it will be $54.99 per month. The extra increase in price is due to the 30 percent Apple tax for using their subscription services.

Other live TV streaming services such as PlayStation Vue, DirecTV NOW, Sling TV and Hulu with Live TV can be used to stream the game, but you must make sure that your service of choice has your local ABC station.

The ESPN+ streaming service will also be streaming the NBA Finals this year. You can get a free trial of the service through iTunes. It will last a week and can additionally be subscribed to through iTunes too.

Another way to stream it is for those who already have cable or satellite, but still need a way of streaming the games. To do this, you can download the WatchESPN app.

ABC will have a livestream of the NBA Finals on their website and app that users can stream with. However, the user will have to sign in to the app with their TV provider credentials.

The first game of the series begins on Thursday night, May 30, at 8 p.m. ET. You can click here to view the rest of the schedule.

All of the services mentioned in this article have apps that are available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Apple TV. They are additionally available on the Mac through an internet browser, such as Safari or Google Chrome.

Feature image courtesy of the NBA

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