Watch NBA live streams on NBA League Pass 2023

อัปเดต: 05/09/2023

Watch NBA games live in HD!


Congratulations to Nikola Jokić and the Denver Nuggets for winning the 2023 NBA Finals! Jokić, a two-time NBA MVP, earned Finals MVP honors after averaging 30.2 points, 14 rebounds, and 7.2 assists in a five-game victory over Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat. The 2023-24 NBA schedule is expected to be released this summer, with Opening Night slated for mid-October. 

Whether you’re looking to find the best way to watch the NBA using NBA League Pass, or test cord-cutting services that include NBA action, you can do it all with the help of a VPN.

On this page, you can find information on how to watch the league you love, plus who looks like a good bet to win the NBA Finals.

Playoffs start dateApril 15, 2023
Play-in tournament start dateApril 11-14, 2023
No. of teams:16 (Playoffs) 8 (Play-In)
Most recent champion(s):Golden State Warriors; (2022)

How to stream the NBA with a VPN

You can stream the NBA in just a few simple steps:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Clear browsing data and cookies.
  4. Open your NBA League Pass or choose your preferred streaming platform to watch the games!

Watching on a computer? For the best streaming experience, be sure to use the ExpressVPN browser extension for ChromeFirefox, or Edge.

How to stream the NBA with League Pass

If you want to check out the biggest showcase game the NBA has to offer, there isn’t a better option than NBA League Pass. You can enjoy games without blackouts by using the international version of the service and it comes with a strong seven-day free trial.

NBA League Pass

Price: From 3 USD/season

Want to enjoy NBA games with the privacy and security of a VPN? NBA League Pass is your best option.

NBA game blackouts: International League Pass vs. U.S. League Pass

What’s the difference between watching NBA League Pass in Germany, Australia, Canada, or the U.S.? League Pass is available both inside and outside the States. However, there are key differences every fan needs to know.

The U.S. League Pass offers live games and full-game replays for all teams. However, blackouts apply. When a team is playing, that game will be “blacked out” on the U.S. League Pass for the team’s home market. Nationally broadcast games on ESPN, ABC, TNT, and NBA TV—in other words, most of the playoffs—will also be blacked out. (All blacked-out games are available three days after broadcast. If you purchased the 3-Game Choice package, nationally telecast games will be available for purchase three hours after they have aired. Locally telecast games will be available for purchase three days after they air.)

Want to tune in without having to worry about blackouts? The International League Pass also offers live games for all teams, but without a single blackout!

That’s because blackouts are put in place to protect local broadcasters’ viewership while preserving users’ ability to watch out-of-market games. If you’re streaming from a country outside the United States or Canada, every game is effectively “out-of-market,” meaning that there are no blackouts to worry about. If you only want to watch the games for a single team, select the “Team Choice” option to save some money!

How to cancel NBA League Pass

If you feel like you’re not getting value out of your subscription, cancelling it is not an arduous process. There’s actually a comprehensive guide on how to cancel. You should also be aware that the service auto-renews monthly—if you’re on a monthly subscription—or prior to the season if you’ve purchased an annual subscription. You can opt out of auto-renewals and you will be notified by email prior to getting auto-renewed for a full season.

Stream the NBA using services with free trials

There are a number of cord-cutting services available that should cover your needs. They can be slightly pricey, but most offer free trials so you have ample opportunity to see if they’re worth it for you.


Price: 20 USD/month and up
Channels: ABC, ESPN, TNT

SlingTV includes channels that carry NBA games, such as ESPN, TNT, and ESPN3 (NBA on ABC). To get all of these channels, you’ll need to get Sling Orange as well as Sling Blue (a combined package currently costs 30 USD).

Note: You will need a U.S. credit card or PayPal in order to subscribe.

YouTube TV

Price: 73 USD/month and up
Channels: ABC, ESPN, TNT, NBA TV

YouTube TV offers over 70 local channels, including ABC. A subscription costs 73 USD/month, and doesn’t require a U.S. billing address (though you may need to provide a U.S. ZIP code based on your preferred viewing area). The service includes a variety of sports channels and a 21-day free trial.

DirecTV Stream

Price: 70 USD/month and up
Channels: ABC, ESPN, NBA TV, TNT

DirecTV Stream is on the pricier side but if you prefer a cord-cutting service over an additional streaming app it’s a great option as the “Choice” package (80 USD/month) includes many regional sports networks. DirecTV offers a 5-day free trial.

Hulu+Live TV

Price: 70 USD/month and up
Channels: ABC, ESPN, NBA TV, TNT

Hulu+Live TV carries all the channels broadcasting national NBA games, as well as many regional sports networks. The monthly rate also includes subscriptions to Disney+ and ESPN. Note that Hulu does not offer a free trial, however, and requires both a U.S. ZIP code and credit card billing address.


Price: 75 USD/month
Channels: ESPN, ABC, NBA TV

Fubo is a fantastic, if pricey, option for streaming NBA games, but do note that Fubo does not include TNT, which airs both regular season and playoff games. A 7-day free trial is available for those who don’t want to commit to a subscription.

Stream the NBA through BBC iPlayer

Price: Free

The BBC announced a nine-game broadcast deal with the NBA midway through the 2022-23 season. The deal includes four regular season games, two playoff games, one Conference Final game, and one NBA Finals game. Viewers in the UK can stream for free using BBC iPlayer

2023 NBA Play-In Tournament schedule

GameDate and timeTV
No. 8 Atlanta Hawks 116, No. 7 Miami Heat 105Tuesday, April 11, 7:30 p.m. ET / 12:30 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 7 Los Angeles Lakers 108, No. 8 Minnesota Timberwolves 102 (OT)Tuesday, April 11, 10 p.m. ET / 3 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 10 Chicago Bulls 109, No. 9 Toronto Raptors 105Wednesday, April 12, 7 p.m. ET / 12 a.m. BSTESPN
No. 10 Oklahoma City Thunder 123, No. 9 New Orleans Pelicans 118Wednesday, April 12, 9:30 p.m. ET / 2:30 a.m. BSTESPN
No. 8 game in Eastern Conference: Miami Heat 102, Chicago Bulls 91Friday, April 14, 7 p.m. ET / 12 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 8 game in Western Conference: Minnesota Timberwolves 120, Oklahoma City Thunder 95Friday, April 14, 9:30 p.m. ET / 2:30 a.m. BSTESPN

2023 NBA postseason schedule

First Round

Eastern Conference

MatchupDate and timeNetwork
No. 8 Miami Heat defeat No. 1 Milwaukee Bucks in five gamesSeries begins Sunday, April 16, at 5:30 p.m. ET / 10:30 p.m. BSTESPN, NBA TV
No. 2 Boston Celtics defeat No. 7 Atlanta Hawks in six gamesSeries begins Saturday, April 15, at 3:30 p.m. ET / 8:30 p.m. BSTESPN, NBA TV, TNT
No. 3 Philadelphia 76ers defeat No. 6 Brooklyn Nets in four gamesSeries begins Saturday, April 15, at 1 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. BSTESPN, TNT
No. 5 New York Knicks defeat No. 4 Cleveland Cavaliers in five gamesSeries begins Saturday, April 15, at 6 p.m. ET / 11 p.m. BSTABC, ESPN, TNT

Western Conference

MatchupDate and timeNetwork
No. 1 Denver Nuggets defeat No. 8 Minnesota Timberwolves in five gamesSeries begins Sunday, April 16, at 10:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 a.m. BSTTNT, ESPN
No. 7 Los Angeles Lakers defeat No. 2 Memphis Grizzlies in six gamesSeries begins Sunday, April 16, at 3 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. BSTABC, ESPN, TNT
No. 6 Golden State Warriors defeat No. 3 Sacramento Kings in seven gamesSeries begins Saturday, April 15, at 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 p.m. BSTABC, TNT
No. 4 Phoenix Suns defeat No. 5 Los Angeles Clippers in five gamesSeries begins Sunday, April 16, at 8 p.m. ET / 1 a.m. BSTNBA TV, TNT

Second Round

Eastern Conference

MatchupDate and timeNetwork
No. 8 Miami Heat defeat No. 5 New York Knicks in six gamesSeries begins Sunday, April 30, at 1 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. BSTABC, ESPN, TNT
No. 2 Boston Celtics defeat No. 3 Philadelphia 76ers in seven gamesSeries begins Monday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. ET / 12:30 a.m. BSTESPN, TNT

Western Conference

MatchupDate and timeNetwork
No. 1 Denver Nuggets defeat No. 4 Phoenix Suns in six gamesSeries begins Saturday, April 29, at 8:30 p.m. ET /1:30 a.m. BSTESPN, TNT
No. 7 Los Angeles Lakers defeat No. 6 Golden State Warriors in six gamesSeries begins Tuesday, May 2, at 10 p.m. ET / 3 a.m. BSTABC, ESPN, TNT

Eastern Conference Finals

MatchupDate and timeNetwork
No. 8 Miami Heat 123, No. 2 Boston Celtics 116Wednesday, May 17, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 8 Miami Heat 111, No. 2 Boston Celtics 105Friday, May 19, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 8 Miami Heat 128, No. 2 Boston Celtics 102Sunday, May 21, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 2 Boston Celtics 116, No. 8 Miami Heat 99Tuesday, May 23, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 2 Boston Celtics 110, No. 8 Miami Heat 97Thursday, May 25, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 2 Boston Celtics 104, No. 8 Miami Heat 103Saturday, May 27, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTTNT
No. 8 Miami Heat 104, No. 2 Boston Celtics 84Monday, May 29, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTTNT

Western Conference Finals

MatchupDate and timeNetwork
No. 1 Denver Nuggets 132, No. 7 Los Angeles Lakers 126Tuesday, May 16, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTESPN
No. 1 Denver Nuggets 108, No. 7 Los Angeles Lakers 103Thursday, May 18, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTESPN
No. 1 Denver Nuggets 119, No. 7 Los Angeles Lakers 108Saturday, May 20, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTABC
No. 1 Denver Nuggets 113, No. 7 Los Angeles Lakers 111Monday, May 22, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTESPN

2023 NBA Finals Schedule

MatchupDate and timeNetwork
Denver Nuggets 1o4, Miami Heat 93Thursday, June 1, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTABC, ESPN 2, ESPN+
Miami Heat 111, Denver Nuggets 105Sunday, June 4, 8 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTABC
Denver Nuggets 109, Miami Heat 94Wednesday, June 7, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTABC
Denver Nuggets 108, Miami Heat 95Friday, June 9, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTABC
Denver Nuggets 94, Miami Heat 89Monday, June 12, 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. BSTABC

2024 NBA Finals odds

Will Nikola Jokić and the Denver Nuggets repeat as champions? Here are the initial 2024 NBA Finals odds according to the FanDuel Sportsbook.

Denver Nuggets+460
Milwaukee Bucks+460
Boston Celtics+500
Phoenix Suns+700
Golden State Warriors+1200
Philadelphia 76ers+1200
Cleveland Cavaliers+1900
Los Angeles Lakers+1900
Los Angeles Clippers+2100
Miami Heat+2500
Dallas Mavericks+2700

2023 NBA Award Watch

The 2022-23 NBA season featured no shortage of great performances, and here’s who earned awards for their stellar play—or, in one man’s case, coaching.

NBA MVP: Joel Embiid, C, Philadelphia 76ers

The NBA MVP finally belongs to 76ers star center Joel Embiid, who averaged a career-high 33.1 points per game and shot a career-best 54.8% from the field. The veteran big man added 10.2 rebounds, 4.2 assists, and 1.7 blocks across 66 games. Embiid, who joined Wilt Chamberlain, Moses Malone, and Allen Iverson as 76ers to win the MVP, earned 73 of 100 first-place votes. Meanwhile, Lakers star and four-time winner LeBron James failed to earn MVP votes for the first time in his iconic career.

Other candidates: Nikola Jokić, C, Denver Nuggets (15 first-place votes); Giannis Antetokounmpo, F, Milwaukee Bucks (12 first-place votes)

Midseason pick: Nikola Jokić, C, Denver Nuggets

Rookie of the Year: Paolo Banchero, F, Orlando Magic

Barring anything unexpected over the regular season’s final weeks, Banchero has likely clinched Rookie of the Year. The No. 1 overall pick in last summer’s draft has been a potent scorer for the Magic, whose 34 wins marked their most since a 42-victory output during the 2018-19 campaign. Banchero, who earned 98 of 100 first-place votes, joined Shaquille O’Neal (1992-93) and Mike Miller (2000-01) as Magic players to win Rookie of the Year.

Other finalists: Jalen Williams, G, Oklahoma City Thunder; Walker Kessler, C, Utah Jazz (two first-place votes). Note that Williams earned 241 total points over Kessler’s 114 despite the former failing to earn any first-place votes.

Midseason pick: Paolo Banchero, F, Orlando Magic

Sixth Man of the Year: Malcolm Brogdon, G, Boston Celtics

After primarily being a starter throughout his time with the Bucks and Pacers, Brogdon immediately transitioned into a dangerous sixth man upon joining the Celtics. The 2016-17 Rookie of the Year ended the season shooting a career-high 44.4% from 3-point land and has played a pivotal role in Boston’s latest sensational season. Brogdon earned 60 of 100 first-place votes and became the Celtics’ first Sixth Man of the Year since Hall of Fame center Bill Walton in 1986. 

Other finalists: Immanuel Quickley, G, New York Knicks (34 first-place votes); Bobby Portis, F, Milwaukee Bucks (six first-place votes)

Midseason pick: Malcolm Brogdon, G, Boston Celtics

Defensive Player of the Year: Jaren Jackson Jr., C, Memphis Grizzlies

Good luck scoring on Jackson, the fifth-year center who reached his first All-Star Game this season. Both his highlights and statistics went viral during the Grizzlies’ stellar campaign. Jackson ended the regular season averaging 6.8 rebounds and a career-high 3.0 blocks per night. Jackson, who earned 56 first-place votes, became the first Grizzlies player to win Defensive Player of the Year since center Marc Gasol in 2013.

Other finalists: Brook Lopez, C, Milwaukee Bucks (31 first-place votes); Evan Mobley, F/C, Cleveland Cavaliers (eight first-place votes)

Midseason pick: Jaren Jackson Jr., C, Memphis Grizzlies

Most Improved Player: Lauri Markkanen, F, Utah Jazz

In the end, all Lauri Markkanen needed was a change of scenery. The Finnisher dominated in his first season with the Jazz, earning All-Star honors and averaging career-highs in points (25.6), rebounds 98.6), assists (1.9), and field-goal percentage (49.9%). Not only did the 25-year-old Markkanen emerge as a legitimate building block, but he became the first Jazz member to win Most Improved Player. Markkanen earned 69 of the 100 first-place votes and appeared on every ballot.

Other finalists: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, G, Oklahoma City Thunder (24 first-place votes); Jalen Brunson, G, New York Knicks (four first-place votes). Brooklyn Nets forward Mikal Bridges, Indiana Pacers guard Tyrese Haliburton, and New Orleans Pelicans forward Trey Murphy III all earned one first-place vote.

Midseason pick: Lauri Markkanen, F, Utah Jazz

Coach of the Year: Mike Brown, Sacramento Kings

The easiest way to win Coach of the Year is to break the longest active playoff drought in North American professional sports. Brown, who previously won the award while leading the Cleveland Cavaliers during the 2008-09 campaign, earned all 100 first-place votes following the Kings’ stellar 48-34 season.

Other finalists: Joe Mazzulla, Boston Celtics; Mark Daigneault, Oklahoma City Thunder

Midseason pick: Joe Mazzulla, Boston Celtics

2023 NBA Draft order

Who did your favorite team select in the 2023 NBA Draft? San Antonio Spurs fans can rest easy knowing their team selected draft consensus No. 1 overall prospect Victor Webanyama after winning the draft lottery in May. Please note there are only 58 picks in this year’s draft (rather than 60) because the Chicago Bulls and Philadelphia 76ers forfeited second-round selections because of tampering violations.

PickTeamPlayer selected
1. San Antonio SpursVictor Wembanyama, F/C, Metropolitans 92 (France)
2.Charlotte HornetsBrandon Miller, F/G, Alabama
3.Portland Trail BlazersScoot Henderson, G, G League Ignite
4.Houston RocketsAmen Thompson, G, City Reapers (Overtime Elite)
5.Detroit PistonsAusar Thompson, G/F,City Reapers (Overtime Elite)
6.Orlando MagicAnthony Black, G Arkansas
7.Indiana Pacers (traded to Washington Wizards)Bilal Coulibaly, F, Metropolitans 92 (France)
8.Washington Wizards (traded to Indiana Pacers)Jarace Walker, F, Houston
9.Utah JazzTaylor Hendricks, F, UCF
10.Dallas Mavericks (traded to Oklahoma City Thunder)Cason Wallace, G, Kentucky
11.Orlando Magic (via Chicago Bulls)Jett Howard, F, Michigan
12.Oklahoma City Thunder (traded to Dallas Mavericks)Dereck Lively II, C, Duke
13.Toronto RaptorsGradey Dick, F/G, Kansas
14.New Orleans PelicansJordan Hawkins, G, UConn
15.Atlanta HawksKobe Bufkin, G, Michigan
16.Utah Jazz (via Minnesota Timberwolves)Keyonte George, G, Baylor
17.Los Angeles LakersJalen Hood-Schifino, G, Indiana
18.Miami HeatJaime Jaquez Jr., F, UCLA
19.Golden State WarriorsBrandin Podziemski, G, Santa Clara
20.Houston Rockets (via Los Angeles Clippers)Cam Whitmore, F, Villanova
21.Brooklyn Nets (via Phoenix Suns)Noah Clowney, F, Alabama
22.Brooklyn NetsDariq Whitehead, G, Duke
23.Portland Trail Blazers (via New York Knicks)Kris Murray, F, Iowa
24.Sacramento KingsOlivier-Maxence Prosper, F, Marquette
25.Memphis Grizzlies (traded to Detroit Pistons)Marcus Sasser, G, Houston
26.Indiana Pacers (via Cleveland Cavaliers)Ben Sheppard, G, Belmont
27.Charlotte Hornets (via Denver Nuggets)Nick Smith Jr., G, Arkansas
28.Utah Jazz (via Philadelphia 76ers)Brice Sensabaugh, F, Ohio State
29.Indiana Pacers (via Boston Celtics; traded to Denver Nuggets)Julian Strawther, F, Gonzaga
30.Los Angeles Clippers (via Milwaukee Bucks)Kobe Brown, F, Missouri
31.Detroit PistonsJames Nnaji, C, FC Barcelona (Spain)
32.Indiana Pacers (via Houston Rockets; traded to Denver Nuggets)Jalen Pickett, G, Penn State
33.San Antonio Spurs (traded to Minnesota Timberwolves)Leonard Miller, F, G League Ignite
34.Charlotte Hornets (via Philadelphia 76ers)Colby Jones, G, Xavier
35.Boston Celtics (via Portland Trail Blazers)Julian Phillips, F, Tennessee
36.Orlando Magic (traded to Milwaukee Bucks)Andre Jackson Jr., G, UConn
37.Oklahoma City Thunder (via Washington Wizards; traded to Denver Nuggets)Hunter Tyson, F, Clemson
38.Sacramento Kings (via Indiana Pacers)Jordan Walsh, F, Arkansas
39.Charlotte Hornets (via Utah Jazz)Mouhamed Gueye, F, Washington State
40.Denver Nuggets (via Dallas Mavericks)Maxwell Lewis, F, Pepperdine
41.Charlotte Hornets (via Oklahoma City Thunder; traded to Los Angeles Lakers)Amari Bailey, G, UCLA
42.Washington Wizards (via Chicago Bulls)Tristan Vukčević, F/C, Partizan Belgrade (Serbia)
43.Portland Trail Blazers (via Atlanta Hawks)Rayan Rupert, G, New Zealand Breakers (Australia)
44.San Antonio Spurs (via Toronto Raptors)Sidy Cissoko, F/G, G League Ignite
45.Memphis Grizzlies (via Minnesota Timberwolves)G. G. Jackson, F, South Carolina
46.Atlanta Hawks (via New Orleans Pelicans)Seth Lundy, G, Penn State
47.Los Angeles Lakers (traded to Indiana Pacers)Mojave King, G, G League Ignite
48.Los Angeles ClippersJordan Miller, F, Miami
49.Cleveland Cavaliers (via Golden State Warriors)Emoni Bates, F, Eastern Michigan
50.Oklahoma City Thunder (via Miami Heat)Keyontae Johnson, F, Kansas State
51.Brooklyn NetsJalen Wilson, F, Kansas
52.Phoenix SunsToumani Camara, F, Dayton
53.Minnesota Timberwolves (via New York Knicks)Jaylen Clark, G, UCLA
54.Sacramento KingsJalen Slawson, F, Furman
55.Indiana Pacers (via Cleveland Cavaliers)Isaiah Wong, G, Miami
56.Memphis GrizzliesTarik Biberović, F, Fenerbahçe (Turkey)
57.Chicago Bulls (via Denver Nuggets)N/A (pick forfeited due to tampering violation)
58.Philadelphia 76ersN/A (pick forfeited due to tampering violation)
59.Washington Wizards (via Boston Celtics)Trayce Jackson-Davis, F, Indiana
60.Milwaukee BucksChris Livingston, F, Kentucky

Other professional basketball leagues

Basketball fans had no shortage of alternative leagues to watch this summer. Here’s our guide on how to get your basketball fix throughout the NBA offseason:

NBA Summer League

What to know: All 30 teams will field rosters primarily consisting of rookies, young players, and veterans trying to earn a regular-season spot during an 11-day, 75-game competition this summer. The official NBA 2K23 Summer League will mostly take place in Las Vegas, with some July games also happening in San Francisco and Salt Lake City.

Our favorite way to watch with a VPN: All 75 Summer League games will air live on ESPN Networks or NBA TV. The international version of NBA League Pass is expected to carry every game this summer.

The Basketball Tournament (TBT)

What to know: Although the NBA Summer League is primarily focused around younger players, The Basketball Tournament provides a flashback to stars of old. Former college basketball and NBA standouts will represent their alma maters in a 64-team tournament in Dayton, Ohio. The winning team will earn a 1 million USD cash prize.

Notable names expected to participate in the 2022 TBT include former BYU guard and National Player of the Year Jimmer Fredette (The Money Team), ex-Syracuse standout Tyler Ennis (Boeheim’s Army), and longtime NBA veteran C.J. Miles (Sideline Cancer). Amen and Ausar Thompson, two projected 2023 lottery picks, are expected to play for Team Overtime.

Our favorite way to watch with a VPN: Games will air on ESPN starting with the tip-off on July 16 and culminating with the championship game on Monday, July 25. SlingTV offers ESPN at an affordable rate.


What to know: Ice Cube’s popular 3-on-3 pro basketball league is back for another year. Former Brooklyn Nets shooting guard and seven-time All-Star Joe Johnson dropped 30 points in the 2022 opener and still looks sharp despite turning 41 this summer. Other notable names include former Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley, high-flying dunker Gerald Green, and ex-Orlando Magic big man Rashard Lewis. Teams will play an eight-week regular season, a two-week postseason, and end the year with an All-Star Weekend trip to the Bahamas from September 3-4.

Our favorite way to watch with a VPN: Although BIG3 will stream some games on its official YouTube channel, other games will air on CBS, Paramount+, and DAZN. Make sure to check the league’s comprehensive schedule.

Key dates for the 2022-2023 NBA season

EventTV NetworkDates
Opening NightTNTOctober 18, 2022
NBA Global Games (Mexico City)NBA TVDecember 17, 2022
Christmas DayABC, ESPN, ESPN+December 25, 2022
Martin Luther King Jr. DayTNT, NBA TVJanuary 16, 2023
NBA Global Games (Paris)NBA TVJanuary 19, 2023
NBA Rivals WeekTNT, ESPN, ABC, NBA TVJanuary 24-28, 2023
NBA All-Star 2023TNTFebruary 17-19, 2023
NBA PlayoffsTNT, ESPN, ABC, NBA TVApril 15-June 2023


ExpressVPN is a VPN service not intended to be used as a means of copyright circumvention. Please read the ExpressVPN Terms of Service and your content provider’s Terms of Use for more details.

FAQ: About the 2023 NBA Playoffs

How is home court advantage decided in the NBA Finals?
How many games do you have to win in the NBA Playoffs to go to the next round?
Are the NBA Playoffs held every year?
How long is the NBA season?
Who is favored to win the 2023 NBA Finals?
How do the NBA Finals work this year?
Who has won the most NBA Finals?
What NBA teams have never won a championship?
Can I stream sports on my computer?
Can I stream sports on my phone or tablet?
How can I stream on my TV with a VPN?
I connected to the VPN but my internet speed is slow
I connected to the suggested VPN server location but I can’t log in to the streaming service!
What other streaming services can I watch with ExpressVPN?


  1. btw your company should NEVER suggest NBA League Pass. They are the most f’d up website and organization ever. I did subscribe and still get billed monthly despite more than 20 requests to cancel. The site itself is entirely geared to selling you subscriptions. I was never able to watch even one Warrior’s game. Horrible customer service


ที่อยู่อีเมลของคุณจะไม่ถูกเปิดเผย รายละเอียดที่ต้องการจะกำกับด้วยสัญลักษณ์ *

คุณสามารถใช้แท็ก HTML และคุณลักษณะต่อไปนี้:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Need help? Chat with us!
stream on your phone with a VPN
Need step-by-step streaming help?