Is the NBA on Hulu? Here’s how to stream games online

The NBA is pretty friendly when it comes to offering their games online.

But unfortunately, Hulu currently doesn’t offer live streaming options of their games. So with that in mind, we thought we’d compile a few different resources that show how to stream NBA games online easily and in some cases free.

Here’s an entire guide to the whole league, breaking down how to stream each team’s games, depending on who you’re hoping to watch:


Toronto Raptors
Boston Celtics
Brooklyn Nets
Philadelphia 76ers
New York Knicks


Cleveland Cavaliers
Chicago Bulls
Milwaukee Bucks
Indiana Pacers
Detroit Pistons


Atlanta Hawks
Washington Wizards
Miami Heat
Charlotte Hornets
Orlando Magic


Portland Trail Blazers
Oklahoma City Thunder
Utah Jazz
Denver Nuggets
Minnesota Timberwolves


Golden State Warriors
Los Angeles Clippers
Phoenix Suns
Sacramento Kings
Los Angeles Lakers


Houston Rockets
San Antonio Spurs
Memphis Grizzlies
Dallas Mavericks
New Orleans Pelicans

We’re happy to see the NBA getting more friendly with streaming options as the league has grown in leaps and bounds over the past few seasons. With NBA ratings dropping this season, it will be interesting to see if the NBA continues to grow. Perhaps the tide is changing a bit, with the NFL having peaked when it comes to television rankings over the past few years. Could the NBA benefit from a new wave of fans in the coming seasons?

It will be interesting to watch, certainly.

So will the NBA ever be on Hulu? Great question! Hulu has talked a lot about bringing live streaming options to their service in the near future, but no telling if that will happen anytime soon. With competitors like Sling bringing live streaming to the masses, and seeing subscriber numbers grow week over week, it doesn’t seem unlikely that competition will start cropping up. Hulu seems positioned nicely to do so.

The rumors are that Hulu’s live streaming packages would likely come in around $40 a month, considerably cheaper than a big cable package, but will it be able to match current cable television distribution? No word yet on what networks they would offer with this release.

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