How to watch the NBA Finals on HBO News, HBO GO, Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, Chromecast, Chromium, Google Chromecast
HBO News Tonight will debut tonight at 10pm ET on HBO, the network announced.
The network will stream the first 10 minutes of the HBO Sports documentary series The Undefeated: The Making of the 1994 NBA Finals, as well as the final NBA Finals from the 1993-1994 season.
This will be followed by the HBO documentary The Undocumented: The Inside Story of the National Football League’s War on Drugs, as aired on HBO and Univision, as part of its series on the NFL’s anti-doping program, “The Undefeated.”
This will also be followed on HBO by a preview of the upcoming season of HBO’s The Newsroom.
This special, which will air tonight at 11pm ET, will also include interviews with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, NBA players Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Love, Kawhi Leonard, and James Harden.
Additionally, HBO will air the HBO-produced documentary “The Untouchables: Inside the Battle for America’s Future,” which features interviews with the men and women who have made it possible to do what many others in the history of the sport couldn’t.
HBO will also broadcast the HBO Documentary Series “The Sports Hero Project” which will feature interviews with current NBA players, coaches, executives, and others who have played a part in the sport’s recent growth.
The series will premiere at 11:30pm ET tonight.
For the third time in four years, HBO News Night will debut live at 11 p.m.
ET with the debut of the NBA Countdown at 1:30 a.m., followed by HBO Sports Live at 2:30am, and the HBO News Show at 5:30a.m for the NBA Playoffs.
The first hour of the Countdown, featuring NBA Commissioner Mark Cuban and NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal, will air at 2 a..m and the last hour will air one hour after the NBA Championship game.
HBO’s NBA Countdown will also feature NBA legends, such as Magic Johnson, Charles Barkley, and Charles Barkley Jr., along with current and former NBA players.
The Countdown will feature the NBA Hall-of-Fame Game at 6:30 p.b.m, followed by a pregame show with highlights from the Finals, including highlights of each team’s best player from the previous two NBA Championships, as voted on by fans via a live stream, which includes highlights from both games.
For NBA fans who want to watch all three games of the series live on HBO Sports, HBO Now will air a simulcast of the Finals on Wednesday night at 7:30p.m ET.
HBO Now viewers can watch the first half of the finals on the HBO app for free and will be able to watch it in either Spanish, Portuguese, English, or both languages on Wednesday.
HBO subscribers who choose to watch this season of NBA Playoffs live will have access to a full slate of NBA games that will be available on HBO Go starting Friday at 6 a.c.
For NBA fans looking to catch all three NBA Finals in one package, HBO NOW will stream a live feed of the first two games on Tuesday night at 10:30-11:30 PM ET.HBO NOW will also launch the first season of a new NBA Live TV series, NBA Live 18, which is available on Xbox One and the Xbox app, and will feature a new way to access and interact with NBA Live games.
NBA Live 17 will be free-to-play, but NBA Live Live 18 will be in partnership with EA Sports, the world’s leading sports video game publisher, and includes all of the games from the original NBA Live game, plus NBA Live 15 and 16.
In addition to the NBA Live series, EA Sports will also offer a digital download of NBA Live 19, which adds more than 25 new features and content to the series.
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