Clippers vs. Warriors Live Stream: How To Watch Online

Stephen Curry Kyrie Irving 2016 NBA Finals

Stephen Curry, being guarded by Kyrie Irving, has won the last two NBA MVP awards (Getty)

The Golden State Warriors, who lost their preseason opener Saturday night to the Toronto Raptors, are back in action Tuesday night as they host the Los Angeles Clippers. This will be Kevin Durant’s first home game as a member of the Warriors. As for the Clippers, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan are the headliners in a game that has become quite the rivalry in recent years.

The game is scheduled to begin at 10:30 p.m. Eastern and will be televised on ESPN. Not going to be near a television for the game? That’s OK, as there are multiple options when it comes to watching the game online.

How To Watch if You Have a Cable Login

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Chris Paul and the Clippers make their preseason debut (Getty)

ESPN provides viewers with the ability to watch content on a desktop (or laptop) computer, tablet or a mobile device depending upon what’s available to the customer.

Desktop (or Laptop)

Simply go to the WatchESPN page and select the Knicks vs. Rockets game from the list of available games. Once the game is selected you will be prompted to choose your cable service provider, which will then direct you to the provider’s login page. Simply log in with your cable service provider credentials, and you will be redirected back to the WatchESPN page where you can access the game.

Tablet or Mobile

For both tablets and mobile devices there’s the ESPN app, which can be downloaded for free from either the Apple, Google Play, Windows or Amazon app stores. As is the case with a desktop, the viewer simply has to log in with their cable service provider username and password to access the game.

How To Watch if You Don’t Have a Cable Login


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Klay Thompson scored a team-high 16 points Saturday night (Getty)

There are multiple ways in which to watch the game if you do not have a cable subscription, with one being through Sling TV. Sling TV’s Orange package includes ESPN and costs $20 per month, but there’s also the option of signing up for a free 7-day trial. To sign up simply go to the signup page, where you will have to set your login information. Sling will ask for credit card information during the process, but cancelling the subscription before the end of the 7-day trial will keep you from getting charged.

After completing the process of signing up for Sling, simply download the desktop app and navigate over to ESPN in order to watch the game.

Via the Sling App

The process of watching the game via the Sling app (tablet or mobile) begins with signing up for Sling service, with the steps being the same as above. After signing up, download the Sling app to your tablet or mobile device. From there simply go to the ESPN website and you will now be able to watch the game.

You can also watch via connected TV, with there being Sling TV apps on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, XBox One, Chromecast and Android TV.

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