NBA In-Season Tournament: How to Watch & Stream the Championship Live from Anywhere

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The Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers are set to face off in the first annual NBA In-Season Tournament Championship at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday (Dec. 9). The championship will broadcast live at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Click here and here to get tickets to the 2023 NBA In-Season Tournament Championship. Read on for details on the championship, plus ways to watch and stream the game live from anywhere.

What is the NBA In-Season Tournament?

The NBA’s In-Season Tournament is a new annual competition for all 30 teams that runs concurrent with the NBA season. The NBA debuted the in-league tournament this season, but according to ESPN, commissioner Adam Silver has wanted to make it happen for years.

Eight teams made it to the quarterfinals, which were held on Dec. 4 and 5. The remaining four teams – Lakers, Pacers, New Orleans Pelicans, and Milwaukee Bucks — advanced to the semifinals on Dec. 7. The Pacers beat the Bucks 128-110 in the East semifinal and the Lakers won the West semifinal after beating the Pelicans 133-89.

This year’s In-Season Tournament winner will be presented with the NBA Cup directly after Saturday’s championship game.

How to Watch the 2023 NBA In-Season Tournament Championship

The inaugural NBA In-Season Tournament starts at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday. The championships will broadcast on ABC. Basketball fans who don’t have access to live television through cable, streaming or a digital antenna, can stream the In-Season Tournament live on DirecTV, Fubo, Sling TV Hulu + Live TV.

Can you watch NBA games live online for free? Yes! Streamers such as DirecTV and Fubo TV offer free trials for up to a week.

DirecTV Stream plans start at $69.99/month for 75+ channels including ABC, NBC, Fox, and CBS along with ESPN, ESPN2, MTV, VH1, Bravo, TLC, WEtv, Food Network, BET, Big 10 Network, F1, F2 and other cable channels. NBA TV comes included with DirecTV Stream’s Choice, Ultimate and Premier plans.

Fubo Pro is $54.99/month (reg. $74.99/month) for 185 channels including ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox, ESPN, FS1, NFL Network, HGTV, FX, Telemundo, TLC and USA.

Join Sling TV and pay just $20 for the first month (reg. $40). The 50% off deals unlocks access to local and cable channels for one low price.

If you’re willing to pay more, Hulu + Live TV is one of the more expensive streamers but offers a wide selection of bingeable content in addition to 90+ live channels and access to Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+ for $76.99 per month. Click here to join.

Want to watch the NBA In-Season Tournament Championship internationally? Use ExpressVPN to access various streaming platforms from outside the U.S.

How to Watch NBA Unplugged with Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart will host a new sports show, NBA Unplugged with Kevin Hart premiering on Saturday, Dec. 9, at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2. Harts stars on the show with his longtime friends and fellow comedians, Joey Wells, Will Horton and Na’im Lynn, known as the Plastic Cup Boyz.

NBA Unplugged with Kevin Hart will feature special guest appearances from top athletes and celebrities. Seven episodes will premiere throughout the season.

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