Heat vs Hornets Live Stream Guide: Watch Online without Cable

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NBA Playoffs

The Miami Heat and the Charlotte Hornets will face off in round one of the NBA Playoffs. Want to watch a Heat vs Hornets live stream?

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April is here, and that means the NBA Playoffs have arrived at last! In the first round, fans can be excited for some very interesting matchups, including the Miami Heat and Charlotte Hornets, who will face off in a 7-game series. Want to watch a Heat vs Hornets live stream?

Thankfully, you no longer need cable to watch NBA games. In this guide, we’ll go over the best ways to watch Heat vs Hornets online without cable TV.

 

Access Heat vs Hornets Streaming with Sling TV

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In most situations, the absolute best way to watch a Heat vs Hornets live stream is with Sling TV, the popular online streaming service. Offered by Dish Network, Sling TV features the best channels that cable has to offer – without the cable contract.

For just $20 a month, you’ll get LIVE access to 20+ popular channels. Among the lineup are several channels that will be very useful during the NBA Playoffs: ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, and ABC. These four channels will host the vast majority of playoffs games, and they are ALL included with a Sling TV subscription!

But wait, there’s more: you’ll also get tons of awesome channels like TBS, AMC, A&E, CNN, Disney Channel, and many more. So, in addition to live sports, you’ll have access to tons of great shows and movies.

You can use Sling on many different devices, including: streaming players (Roku, Chromecast, etc.), mobile devices, and computers. You can even get a FREE Roku 2 streaming device from Sling TV, when you sign up for 3 months of service! Also, if you’re a T-Mobile subscriber, you can enjoy 30% off your Sling subscription.

Lastly, anyone who is interested in trying out Sling TV should know that there is a FREE 7-day trial available. And remember, even if you sign up there are no contracts, so you are free to cancel at any point.

 

Catch a Heat vs Hornets Live Stream on PlayStation Vue

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Another quality service that’s good for watching Heat vs Hornets streaming is PlayStation Vue. For $30 a month, you can sign up for the base package from Vue, which gives you a whopping 50+ channels. Enjoy content from ESPN, TBS, TNT, and many more.

In terms of NBA coverage, Vue offers most of the same channels that Sling does, with one exception: ABC. On Sling TV, ABC is included for all subscribers (although it’s access through the WatchESPN App). With PlayStation Vue, ABC is only available for live streaming in select cities. See our PlayStation Vue review for additional information.

There is also a free trial available, which you could use to watch the Heat vs Hornets online free for a week!

 

Catch Heat vs Hornets Live Stream on ABC with an Antenna

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When games come on ABC, there’s actually a completely free way to watch them! All you’ll need is a solid HD antenna, like the Mohu Leaf. With it, you’ll be able to tune into ABC whenever there is a game scheduled, and enjoy the show free of charge!

We also recommend that you pick up a good DVR, like a Tablo HD. This will give you a lot more flexibility in your viewing options, as you’ll be able to record games and enjoy them on your own schedule.

 

Heat vs Hornets Streaming Schedule

Note: most games can be viewed with Sling TV!

Game 1 — Sun. April 17, Charlotte at Miami, 5:30 p.m. ET (TNT)
Game 2 — Wed. April 20, Charlotte at Miami, 7 p.m. ET (NBA TV)
Game 3 — Sat. April 23, Miami at Charlotte, 5:30 p.m. ET (TNT)
Game 4 — Mon. April 25, Miami at Charlotte, TBD, TBD
Game 5 * Wed. April 27, Charlotte at Miami, TBD, TBD
Game 6 * Fri. April 29, Miami at Charlotte, TBD, TBD
Game 7 * Sun. May 1, Charlotte at Miami, TBD, TBD

If you’d like more information, our NBA Playoffs streaming guide should answer your questions. For an up-to-date schedule, check NBA.com.

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Austin Meadows is a writer, traveler, and cord-cutting expert based in the rainy but beautiful Pacific North West.
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