Where to watch the NBA 2018 Finals online in Australia

Alexandra Plesa 11 May 2018 NEWS

With the NBA Playoffs in full swing, the Finals are just around the corner and you can catch every game live on ESPN.

The 2018 NBA Finals kick off May 31, with competition fiercer than ever.

The Eastern and Western conference champions will play a best-of-seven game series in order to determine the league champion. Will the Warriors and Cavaliers face each other in the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive year?

Things are heating up in the semifinal round of the playoffs, so we’re on the edge of our seats waiting to find out.

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Where to stream the NBA Finals

In Australia, NBA fans can catch up with all the basketball action they can handle courtesy of ESPN. The channel broadcasts a minimum of five games per week, as well as every game of the NBA Finals live.

Your best bet is to get a Foxtel subscription with the Sports channel pack. Even if you’re out and about during a game, you can stream it on your mobile device with the Foxtel app, included for free with your subscription.

Alternatively, fans can also get Foxtel Now and stream the NBA Finals via the Internet, without a cable subscription. The streaming platform gives you access to Foxtel channels live. All you need is a broadband connection and you’re good to go.

There are no contracts, so you can cancel your subscription anytime.

To get access to ESPN, you must subscribe to the Sport Pack, which costs $29/month. This is a Premium Pack, so you also need to get a Starter Pack to gain access to it. Pick between Drama, Pop, Kids, Docos and Lifestyle with prices starting at $10/month each.

Consequently, you’ll pay at least $39/month to stream the NBA Finals with Foxtel Now. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.

ESPN is also available with Fetch, part of the Vibe channel pack, which is only $6/month. However, your monthly Fetch subscription price will depend on whether you buy a Fetch box outright or get it through a broadband provider.

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