Discussion in 'Lakers Discussion' started by sirronstuff, Oct 6, 2014.
seasonal updates coming soon
Thanks. I'll try one of these on my 2-1/2 hour commute home.
This should be fine for now. if I get any heat for the links I'll take this thread down, but till I know this is a problem, have at it.
I use nba-stream.com every time. First thing that comes up when you google "nba online free"
Sirron/others, suggestion for your go-to site?
I always used to use first row sports. It's moved around a few times to different sites, but was always reliable for some good streams.
I use this:
It's really reliable for multiple streams, but not always the best streaming quality. But sometimes you find that stream that's in the sweet spot of great picture and smooth
Anyone know which streams carry TWC post game show? I use firstrowsports and they always cut the stream when the clock hits 0:00
Ever since I moved to the Bay a year ago, Lakers games haven't been the same........
I streamed a Laker game for the first time today and the quality on every link I clicked on was not good. To all the vet streamers, Is this something I should expect going forth? Am I missing some sort of a plug-in? Sorry for the rook questions, I'm not too savvy when it comes to stuff like this.
Pretty much. Moved from So Cal to Oregon 7 years ago and have streamed games ever since. I use first row and occasionally you can find a quality stream (not 1080 p quality). But typically its going to be pretty crappy stream but it works for me. The pop ups are a B**ch too.
AdBlock is your friend.
Anybody remember raptorsnation.net from back in 2006/2007? That was by far the best NBA streaming website I had ever encountered. Needless to say it was shutdown once word got out. Have not found a stream as good or reliable since.
I never get popups at all and I stream all the time since I'm in Connecticut.
For Mac? Sorry not tech savvy but the ish never worked for me on my Mac.
It should work for Mac, I use AdBlock for my Macbook Pro.
Bummer!! For some reason, I was expecting much better quality! Maybe It will get easier once I get used to the quality
HOLD UP YOU GUYS DON'T KNOW ABOUT BALLSTREAMS?!?!?!?!?!?!?
SIGN UP RIGHT NOW.
It is BY far the BEST ONLINE SERVICE I have ever used or paid for.
Okay, so you get literally every NBA game. You get to choose home or away feed. You get a LIVE DVR if you want to use it (slight delay) or you can watch it more live than the ESPN or TNT feeds. You get game chats for each and every game. You get INSTANT ON DEMAND for each and every game. You sign up right now you can go back and watch games from last season. ALMOST EVERY DEVICE IS SUPPORTED THAT YOU CAN THINK OF.
It's $99.99 for a year. And then also have day passes, week, and shorter month term passes. Try it out for a day. For tonight. You won't use any other source for NBA streaming again.
I said year.
Not season. So you literally get ONE year of a subscription the day you sign up. And you can freeze your account. Freeze it during the offseason and then save up your subscription days for the start of next season.
They stream the all-star events and celeb games and other special NBA programming throughout the season. They show NCAA March Madness games and preseason games and they showed us the FIBA games. They have a stream for Inside the NBA on TNT after every Thursday night.
This is based in the Netherlands where there is some fuzziness about the law hence this site still being up. This will be the 2nd full season they've done as they started the NBA during the last Miami Finals win. They have done this for the NHL and hockey for 6 or 7 years now. YOU AS A CUSTOMER ARE NOT BREAKING ANY LAWS.
I don't work for these guys, I don't know them, I just love the site and use the referral link.
I am telling you, try it tonight and see how much you love it. I gave it a one day try last year when the season was starting and I realized Comcast wouldn't give me TWC. I didn't even question myself in subscribing for the full season after 20 minutes on the site.
I AM TELLING YOU GUYS. GO FOR IT.
Or, you know, NBA LP.
Ok i'll give it another shot. Thanks man.
NBA League Pass blacks out Laker games in my city. 2 1/2 hours away from LA and I don't get Time Warner Sportsnet through our local cable company. And if I get league pass they black out the games.
And NBA league pass is $200 for half the features.
For those not in LA and especially on international LP - there are no blackouts. Most of the time it's home feed as well.