As you know, basketball is back at last! For Bucks fans, the time has come to kick back and stream the Bucks game in peace! And luckily, it’s now possible to watch the Milwaukee Bucks online, so you don’t have to spend a fortune on cable TV!
While cable TV is the easiest way to watch NBA games at home, it’s also the most expensive. If you’re fed up with the sky-high cost of cable, and you’d like to cancel your subscription, you should know about your alternatives. How can you watch the Milwaukee Bucks online, without cable? Check out your legal Bucks live stream options below.
Don’t live in the United States? Click here to skip to international options to watch the Bucks online.
Use DIRECTV NOW for Milwaukee Bucks Streaming
With DIRECTV NOW, subscribers can get 80+ channels that can be watched live on smartphones, streaming devices, computers and more. The service costs $50 per month, and does not require a contract. It’s a popular solution for cord-cutters who want to keep a lot of channels, while saving money and still being able to watch the Bucks online.
To watch the Milwaukee Bucks Playoffs games online, DIRECTV NOW offers a complete solution. In fact, DIRECTV NOW will give you EVERY channel that airs NBA Playoffs action!
Additionally, for Wisconsin area residents, FOX Sports Wisconsin is included – which means you can use DIRECTV NOW to watch the Milwaukee Bucks game live stream for nearly every game of the season. You’ll also get tons of other useful channels, like NBA TV, ESPN, TNT, TBS, AMC, CNN, FOX News, and much, much more. Even if you don’t live near the Bucks, you’ll still be able to watch plenty of NBA games online with this service.
Watch Milwaukee Bucks Live Stream with Sling TV
Do you know about Sling TV? If you’re a recent “cord cutter” Sling TV is one of the first services that you should get. It’s an affordable and easy way to watch NBA games online, plus it provides a ton of other great content from the channels you love.
So, how can you use Sling TV to watch the Milwaukee Bucks game live stream this week, and every week? Here’s how:
- Start off with a FREE 7-day trial of Sling Blue
- With Sling Blue, you’ll get 40+ great channels for only $25 a month
- If you live in Wisconsin, or parts of neighboring states, you’ll get FOX Sports North and FOX Sports Wisconsin as part of your Sling TV subscription
- This is big news, because these two channels are home to ALL Bucks games for the whole season!
- That means that Bucks fans living in the area can stream Bucks games LIVE all season long using Sling TV!
- And don’t forget, there are 40+ other channels as well. Catch your favorite comedies on TBS and Comedy Central, your favorite dramas on AMC and TNT, and your news on CNN – plus much, much more!
- Cancel Sling at any time – no contract required.
So, there you have it – 7 simple steps to Milwaukee Bucks streaming heaven. Put simply, if you’re a resident of Wisconsin or the surrounding area, you can pay $25 a month to watch EVERY Bucks game LIVE, minus a handful that may be subject to regional blackouts.
If you don’t live in the area, you can still stream the Bucks game sometimes. Sling TV also includes TNT, which covers NBA games every week. ESPN is also included in some packages, which will give you access to many more live NBA games. You can check the Milwaukee Bucks schedule to see which games fall on these channels.
You can also use your Sling TV login to access the WatchESPN App on your mobile devices. Using the app, you can watch NBA games that are hosted on ABC for free. See the ABC schedule for the lineup.
Sling TV is an affordable and easy way to watch NBA games online. Plus, don’t forget that it offers a lot more than just sports coverage. To learn more about Sling TV, you can read my full review here.
Still unsure? Maybe these deals will convince you:
- Prepay for 3 months of service, and get a FREE streaming device
- Try Sling TV out for FREE for an entire week, with the 7-day free trial offer
Right now, Sling TV is the absolute best way to watch the Milwaukee Bucks online. Try it out for yourself and let us know what you think!
fuboTV Lets You Watch the Milwaukee Bucks Game Online
Another great solution to your Milwaukee Bucks streaming problem is to use a new sports streaming service called fuboTV. This service has recently expanded to offer over 40 channels which can be watched live, without cable TV. Many important sports networks are covered, including FOX Sports Wisconsin for Wisconsin-area residents.
You’ll also get national networks including NBA TV, NBCSN, FS1, and more, all of which you can watch live on your favorite devices. See the fuboTV channel list for details. The service costs $35 per month, without a contract.
Stream the Bucks Game Live with PlayStation Vue
Sony has recently come out with an all-new streaming service, called Playstation Vue. The service is expanding rapidly, and becoming a real player in the streaming game, and also provides a decent way to watch the Milwaukee Bucks online.
Playstation Vue is similar to Sling TV, because it provides its subscribers with live access to several popular TV networks. Amongst the channels that Vue offers are TNT and ESPN, which, as we know, broadcast live NBA games every week.
At $29.99 per month for the basic package, Playstation Vue is a bit steeper than Sling TV, but keep in mind that it includes 45+ channels. Read our comparison of the two services, or our full PlayStation Vue review, for details.
You can also try out a FREE 5-day trial of PS Vue.
Watch Milwaukee Bucks Live Stream and Replays with NBA League Pass
NBA League Pass is another good option for some people. This is the official streaming service of the NBA, so it’s no surprise that it offers the most coverage of any competing service. However, League Pass blacks out local teams, so it’s actually best for people who DO NOT live near their favorite teams.
What all does NBA League Pass Offer? Here’s a rundown:
- Unlimited live streaming of every regular season game (excluding local teams)
- Unlimited on-demand replays of regular season games
- Unlimited on-demand replays of playoff games
- Unlimited on-demand streaming of classic NBA games from years past
NBA League Pass is an online streaming service, so it works on a variety of devices including computers, mobile phones, tablets, and streaming players. It will cost you $199.99 per season, but for many fans, the cost is worth it for the amount of content the service offers.
Unfortunately, League Pass blacks out local teams. This means that you cannot watch live streams from teams in your local area. So, area residents cannot watch the Milwaukee Bucks games online live (but can still watch replays).
If $200 per season is a bit steep for you, there are other options. There is an NBA Team Pass service, which costs $119.99, that gives you the same content, but only for one team of your choosing. There’s also NBA Single Game Passes available for $6.99 each, which let you live stream a single game of your choice.
For fans living outside of the area, League Pass is a good way to watch the Milwaukee Bucks game live stream. For folks living near the Bucks, Sling TV is a much better (and cheaper) option.
Watch NBA Games For Free Using Your Antenna
Did you know that an over-the-air antenna will let you pick up and watch several TV networks, for free – without a cable subscription? Some channels broadcast over the air, including Fox and ABC. You can watch these channels live, with no strings attached, if you have a good antenna. Need one? Consider the best TV antennas that we recommend in our guide.
Since ABC is an over-the-air channel, you can watch all the NBA games that are hosted on ABC for free. It’s far from a complete solution, but this is still a good way to get your basketball fix and keep up with some other teams. Take a look at the NBA on ABC schedule for the lineup.
Don’t have time to watch live? No problem! Simply record the games you want to watch using a DVR, then view them whenever you do have some free time. Take a look at our DVR comparison guide which compares and contrast some of the best DVRs on the market.
Watch a Milwaukee Bucks Game Live Stream for Free with TNT Overtime
TNT Network hosts live NBA games every week. Some of these games they also host online, on their TNT Overtime service. If you want, you can tune in to these games on a mobile device by using the Overtime app. This will allow you to watch several NBA games this season, and may even let you watch a Milwaukee Bucks live stream depending on the schedule.
If you’re a fan of basketball living outside of US borders, you can subscribe to NBA League Pass International. This service, available in most countries, is very similar to the standard, domestic package that we already went over in detail – except for there are no blackouts! That means that NBA fans living abroad can watch every single regular season NBA game, with no blackouts, using NBA League Pass International! Here are a few popular links: Ireland, UK, and Australia.
International Viewers can Use a VPN to Stream the Milwaukee Bucks Game Online
If you love the Bucks but no longer live in the US, your options for streaming are a bit different. One of the easiest ways is to use a VPN. Learn more about how VPNs work here.
What Channel is the Bucks Game On?
During the NBA Playoffs, Bucks games will air on ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, TNT, and NBA TV. If you sign up for DIRECTV NOW, you’ll get all of these networks. See our NBA Playoffs stream guide for information.
The majority of Milwaukee Bucks games air on FOX Sports Wisconsin, but it’s now easy to watch the Milwaukee Bucks online because services like Sling TV offer this regional network to folks who live in the area. Check out the Milwaukee Bucks game schedule for more info.
Need help with Bucks live stream options? Click the tab up top and send me all your questions about how to watch the Milwaukee Bucks online. For info on other teams, head to our basketball streaming guide.
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