Don’t miss the Houston Rockets. Make sure you’ve got a streaming service so you can follow along with the Rockets. Like these:
The good news is that the Houston Rockets are back playing basketball. The bad news? Well, you might have found yourself without a way to watch them.
We know YouTubeTV was once a popular option, but after a $15 price hike, we’ve seen a lot of users drop their television package.
But you still have options out there to get your basketball fix.
Below, you’ll find two of our favorites – including options for a full, more robust package, and a smaller ‘just the essentials’ package.
fubTV might be the most comprehensive streaming television package on the market today. Most zip codes are privy to 200 or more channels, including local affiliates.
Beyond that, you get ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports, FS1, FS2, NBA TV, the NHL Network, MLB Network, NBCSN, NBC Golf and NFL Red Zone.
There’s plenty more when it comes to sports channels, too, including additional programming for soccer, tennis and golf.
Sling TV has some really convenient options for sports fans. Firstly, they have Sling Orange and Sling Blue, which are both $30 per month and offer different channels. For Rockets fans, Sling Orange (which gives users both TNT and ESPN) is probably the option you’d go for.
But, if you aren’t interested in additional channels, you can get a Houston Rockets (or a package for your team) on Sling. For just $17.99 per month you can get a team-specific NBA League Pass subscription.
Every team is available. You’ll see a similar image to the one above, with 2 channels listed for $17.99 per month.
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