Suns vs Warriors live stream: Can you watch the NBA game for free?

Kevin Durant and the Phoenix Suns (31-21) make their way into the Oracle Arena to take on the Golden State Warriors (24-25) tonight. The Warriors have won three of their last four games as they try to stay alive in the playoff picture, now being ranked 11th in the Western Conference. There is a sense of hope in the air as the Warriors could rally and turn some things around, but this matchup against the Suns as well as games against the Jazz and both L.A. teams could prove if they can still compete with some of the elite teams in the west.

The game is about to hit the ABC airwaves, at 8:30 p.m. ET. If you’re looking for a live stream to watch online, be sure to check out all the info we have on where to find one below.

The best way to watch the Suns vs Warriors live stream

Sling TV on Apple TV.
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With ABC televising the game tonight, you can catch a live stream of it on Sling TV if you sign up today. ABC, ESPN, and many other sports channels are included in what Sling TV has to offer its customers in terms of live streaming sports. Your first month of Sling is 50% off when you sign up, making the base price only $20 before it goes up to $40. Sling TV offers two great streaming packages: Sling TV Orange and Blue. Many sports fans sign up for Sling TV Orange as it has quite a few sports channels in the bundle. You can customize everything you want to fit your needs when you sign up; this is what makes Sling TV a great avenue for live streaming.


Is there a free Suns vs Warriors live stream?

NBA League Pass on YouTube TV.
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With the game being televised on ABC tonight, you can use any of the live TV streaming services that have free trials and not spend a cent. A few to mention here are Fubo and YouTube TV, both of which have free trials available for new customers. However, both of these services have fairly expensive prices once their free trial ends, and once they end, you’ll need to use NBA League Pass to access all the out-of-market games you want.

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Watch the Suns vs Warriors live stream from abroad with a VPN

The NordVPN app on the App Store on Apple TV.
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In order to protect your identity and data from hackers online, it’s best to use a VPN when you’re watching U.S.-based live streams from abroad. NordVPN is the one we recommend the most to customers. At $12 a month, it does not hurt your bank account too much. There is a 30-day money-back guarantee to go along with their service, which tells you how confident they are in believing how much you’ll enjoy their product. NordVPN is compatible with Mac, Windows, and Android, to name a few, and is available in 60 countries outside the U.S.

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