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Warriors vs. Heat Live Stream: How To Watch NBA Online Free

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Rob Foldy/Getty Images

The Miami Heat will be invading the Warriors’ territory this Tuesday night. The Heat will be the ultimate underdogs in this fight against the 2015 NBA World Champions. The Warriors are currently leading in the Western Conference. Meanwhile, the Heat have the second-worst record of any team this season. It looks like the Warriors are going to extinguish any fire left in the Heat.

The Heat may be in over their head in this one. The Miami team averages 98.1 points per game. Meanwhile, the Warriors score at least 108 points (or more) every game this season. The most the Heat has scored in a game this season is 108. So, the Heat at their best are only the Golden State Warriors during an average game. So, the Warriors on a bad day may still be able to beat the Heat on a good day. The Heat really need to turn things around tonight.

Look below and find out how to live stream the game between the Golden State Warriors and the Miami Heat. Watch the game live on your computer, television, tablet or mobile device.


Golden State Warriors vs. Miami Heat Viewing Details

Date: Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Time: 10:30 P.M. EST
Location: Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
TV Channel: CSBA, SUN, NBAt
Live Stream: PlayStation Vue, Sling TVFOX Sports


How To Watch Golden State Warriors vs. Miami Heat Live Stream Online

Got an internet connection? Good. But you will need a cable or satellite subscription to log-in. You will also need to have a subscription to Fox Sports 1 on either cable or satellite. If you got this then you’re in good standing to watch tonight’s showdown between the Warriors and the Heat. This is a game you most likely won’t want to miss. All your favorites will be there, including Stephen Curry. See if the Warrior’s can defend their home turf against the Heat. Just log-in at Fox Sports Go to see the game live and online.


Watch Golden State Warriors vs. Miami Heat Live Stream Online Without Cable Subscription

Don’t have a cable subscription. Well, there’s one more option to see the showdown in Oakland, but you will need 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 Warriors battle the Heat for free! Watch these two teams go to war without having to pay 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 extremely 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).


How To Watch Golden State Warriors vs. Miami Heat Live Stream On Mobile/Tablet

Got that Sling TV subscription? Good! You’ll need it to access the Sling TV app, which you can download for free on Xbox One, Roku, Amazon App Store, Apple TV, and last but most definitely not least Google Play Store.

Don’t have a Sling TV subscription? You do have another option to watch the game on your mobile device. Do you have a PlayStation 3 or 4? If you do, you can sign up for PlayStation Vue. You can start your free trial now. If you’re satisfied with your service then you can sign up for packages, ranging from $39.99 to $74.99 a month.

Brian DunlopCOED Writer
I attended Queens College, and am still waiting for them to get back to me. I double majored in English and political science, and minored in journalism. I finished my last semester of my undergrads in late December. Now, I've been sent off into the world to do stuff. E-mail me here: brian.dunlop@teamcoed.com
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