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How to Watch the NBA Finals For Free

How to Watch the NBA Finals
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* Watch the big games live on ABC and ESPN
* New DIRECTV NOW free trial works on all streaming providers
* Get two streams per account so you can watch at work and home

The NBA season is coming down to the wire and it’s set up the marquee match-up everybody wanted: LeBron vs. Curry. Cavs vs. Warriors.

Hoops doesn’t get more exciting than this. And whether you’re following the game at your desk at work, or having people over to catch the action, we’ve found the best way to watch the NBA finals for free. Stream the championship games through your computer or TV with this free trial from DIRECT TV NOW.

The new offer gives you seven days of free access to more than 60 channels, including ABC and ESPN, where the games are being broadcast. There’s no contract and you can cancel anytime. Even better: there’s no satellite required and no equipment to set up (which also means no waiting for the installation guy to come over).

Game 3 – Wed. June 7: Golden State at Cleveland, 9 p.m.,  ABC/R
Game 4 – Fri. June  9: Golden State at Cleveland, 9 p.m.,  ABC/R
Game 5 * Mon. June 12: Cleveland at Golden State, 9 p.m.,  ABC/R
Game 6 * Thu. June 15: Golden State at Cleveland, 9 p.m.,  ABC/R
Game 7 * Sun. June 18: Cleveland at Golden State, 8 p.m.,  ABC/R
*If necessary (all times Eastern)

Download DIRECT TV NOW and get immediate access to your 60+ channels (which also includes ESPN2, FOX Sports, TNT and AMC, among others). It’s compatible with Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku. It also lets you stream the games effortlessly on your phone, whether you’re an iOS user or Android user.

If you want to continue past your free trial, you’ll get all the features for just $35 a month, with no annual contract or hidden fees. An even better deal: DIRECT TV NOW goes down to just $10 a month if you’re a current AT&T customer.

There’s nothing worse than dealing with choppy streams and annoying pop-up ads, especially when it causes you to miss out on the action on the court. Be the guy (or girl) who actually has a working stream this week, and get your free trial to watch the NBA finals today.

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