Celtics vs. Knicks Live Stream: How To Watch NBA Online

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There will be a Christmas Day invasion of the Boston Celtics in MSG. The number three in the Eastern Conference stepping on the home-turf of the New York Knicks, who are number five in the same conference. Both are extremely talented teams in the NBA, and the Knicks are just coming off of an impressive victory against the Orlando Magic with Thursday night’s game ending with a score of 106-95. Another victory for the Knicks will surely push them up the ranks of the Eastern Division and knock the Celtics down a peg or two.

The Celtics were also victorious on Thursday, as they knocked down the Indiana Pacers with a score of 109-102. Both teams are on a hot streak. But who will come out on the top? Also be sure to check out the Boston Celtics special new uniforms for the game. The chest lettering of these uniforms are reminiscent of the type of script used for holiday cards. This team will be spreading Christmas cheer with their new outfits. I wonder if the New York Knicks have anything up their sleeves (both on the court and with their holiday spirit).

Ready for your Christmas Day dose of NBA action. Look below & see how to live stream the game between the Knicks and the Celtics on your tablet, television screen, laptop, desktop or mobile device.


Celtics vs. Knicks Viewing Details

Date: Sunday, December 25, 2016
Time: 12:00 P.M. EST
Location: Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, New York
TV Channel: CSNE, MSG, ESPN
Live StreamWatch ESPN website


How To Watch Celtics vs. Knicks Live Stream Online

This game will be broadcasted live on ESPN this Christmas Day at noon. Time to bring in the holiday cheer with some NBA. If you’re away from the television set, no problemo. You can just live stream the game online. If you have a cable or satellite subscription that carries ESPN then you’ll be to go on the Watch ESPN website to see the Boston Celtics take on The Knicks at MSG. You’ll just need to log-in with your cable or satellite provider info. There you go, now enjoy the show!


How To Watch Celtics vs. Knicks On Your Phone

If you’re already subscribed to a cable or satellite package that includes ESPN then you’re in a very good position to watch the game pretty much wherever you want. You’ll just need the Watch ESPN app, which you can download on both iTunes and Google Play. Just remember to log-in with your cable or satellite provider information.

Hey, you! Yeah, you! Do you have a Sling TV subscription? Awesome! Because you’ll definitely need that to access the Sling TV app, which you can download for free on Roku, Xbox One, Google Play Store, Apple TV, and last but most definitely not least the Amazon App Store.


How To Watch Celtics vs. Knicks Live Stream Online Without Cable Subscription

And there’s one more option to see this New York City showdown if you don’t have access to cable, but do have access to an internet connection. This option comes in the form of Sling TV, which provides a $20 monthly fee, but if you listen closely, you can see the Celtics invade MSG for free! Watch these two teams go to war without paying a penny! Sling Orange offers 30+ channels for $20 a month, while Sling Blue offers 40+ channels for $25 per month. But both offer ESPN, so each one is a win/win!

Just click on the Sling website, you’ll find a light blue bar with those wonderful words (and that very lucky number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – if you wanna see the game live and online then you’re not going to want to pass up on this great offer!

You’ll also need to sign up for the Sling Orange package, it costs just $20 a month, but if you decide to cancel within seven days, you will not be charged a cent. Though if you chose to stay with Sling, you’ll be able to see your favorite shows from a trilogy of ESPN channels to Workaholics on Comedy Central, and you’ll be able to see many more NBA games in the future. Sling TV has something for you (sports), and something for the kids (cartoons) too (or it could just be you who watch cartoons).

Brian Dunlopcoed writer
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