Spurs vs Thunder Live Stream Guide: Watch Online without Cable

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The San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder will be facing off for round two of the 2016 NBA playoffs. Want to watch a Spurs vs Thunder live stream online?

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The second-seeded San Antonio Spurs will play the third-seeded Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Semifinals. Both teams handled their first round opponents easily as the Spurs swept the battered Grizzlies and the Thunder beat the Mavericks with only one loss in the series. The two incredibly talented teams will certainly produce an incredibly exciting series and with superstars like Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Kawhi Leonard there will surely be some impressive performances as well. Want to catch a Spurs vs Thunder live stream?

Obviously as a basketball fan you cannot miss this series, even if you cut cable. You’re in luck, because there are several options out there to watch the Spurs vs Thunder streaming either online or on your TV. Check out the different methods below to get set up to watch the series live without cable!


Watch Spurs vs Thunder Online Through Sling TV

Sling TV

Sling TV, a subscription streaming service offered by Dish Network, is the best option out there to watch the Spurs vs Thunder live stream. It will let you watch every single game of the series live without missing a second of the action. You can watch Spurs vs Thunder online on your computer, phone, or tablet or you can stream the game directly to your TV with Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV. You have plenty of options!

The way Sling TV (review) works is you pay $20 per month to get live streaming access to over 20 popular cable channels. TNT and ESPN will be broadcasting the series and they are included in the starting package along with TBS, ESPN2, CNN, AMC, and ESPN3 (Accessible on WatchESPN with your Sling TV login). You can even watch the Spurs vs Thunder streaming free for a week with Sling TV’s 7-day free trial.

Right now, T-Mobile customers get 30% off the basic package of Sling TV. Now, it’s only $14 per month and if you have the Binge On Plan any mobile streaming of Sling TV does not affect your data. You can learn more about the T-Mobile deal and start the 7-day free trial here!

Another deal offered by Sling TV is probably the best deal out there for cable cutters in my opinion. When you subscribe to 3 months of Sling TV you get either a free Roku 2 ($70 retail value) or 50% off a Roku 3. The Roku 2 offer is why I think the deal is so great. You are basically getting the Roku 2 $10 off retail, plus Sling TV comes in as an added bonus for three months. It’s kind of a no-brainer!


Use PlayStation Vue to Watch the Spurs vs Thunder Live Stream

Playstation Vue

PlayStation Vue was launched in 2015 by Sony. It is similar to Sling TV, in that is a subscription serviced offering the ability to live stream cable TV channels and it will be another way to easily watch a Spurs vs Thunder live stream.

For most of 2015, it was only available in Dallas, Miami, Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Philadelphia. Now, it is available nationwide. Those seven cities still have an upgraded package that features access to local cable networks like CBS, NBC, and FOX, but everywhere else in the U.S. still gets a package featuring more than 50 cable channels.

PlayStation Vue (review) costs $29.99 per month with no contract required. You can watch Spurs vs Thunder online on TNT or ESPN, as both are include in the basic package. Other channels are FS1, CNN, Comedy Central, TBS, ESPN2, and many others. You can watch the Spurs vs Thunder streaming with your PlayStation Consoles, iPads, iPhones, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV. There are some limitations if you want to stream outside of your house, but overall PlayStation Vue is a great option to watch Spurs vs Thunder live stream the entire series.


Spurs vs Thunder Schedule

All games can be watched with Sling TV

Game 1: Sat. April 30th, at San Antonio TBD (TNT)

Game 2: Mon. May 2nd, at San Antonio, 9:30 p.m. ET (TNT)

Game 3: Fri. May 6th, at Oklahoma City, 9:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Game 4: Sun. May 8th, at Oklahoma City, 8:00 p.m. ET (TNT)

Game 5 (If needed): Tue. May 10th, at San Antonio, TBD (TNT)

Game 6 (If needed): Thu. May 12th, at Oklahoma City, TBD (ESPN)

Game 7 (If needed): Sun. May 15th, at San Antonio, TBD (TNT)


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Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier has a background in finance and information technology and has written for publications with themes ranging from sports to enterprise technology and investments.
Matt Pelletier