NBA Playoffs 2013 Live Stream Online, TV and Tickets Info

The 2013 NBA Playoffs games will be featured live streaming online, televised, and of course, live in person for those lucky enough to have tickets.  As of our latest reports, there are tickets available on third party sites for many of the upcoming round 1 games.  Among the early favorites in this year's edition of the playoffs are the Oklahoma City Thunder, San Antonio Spurs, New York Knicks, and defending champion Miami Heat.

No team enters the postseason hotter than Miami, who at one point had an impressive winning streak that rivaled some of the greatest NBA win streaks in history.  The team opens up with a series against Milwaukee, with game one on Sunday, April 21, live streaming and televised via TNT and TNTOvertime website.  Other games in this series will be featured on ABC and for those who have it on cable or satellite TV, NBATV channel.  As of our report, several games are TBA as far as time and channel/network.

Sun, Apr 21 Milwaukee @ Miami 7:00 PM TNT
Tue, Apr 23 Milwaukee @ Miami 7:30 PM NBATV
Thu, Apr 25 Miami @ Milwaukee 7:00 PM TNT
Sun, Apr 28 Miami @ Milwaukee 3:30 PM ABC
Tue, Apr 30 Milwaukee @ Miami TBA
Thu, May 2 Miami @ Milwaukee TBA  
Sat, May 4 Milwaukee @ Miami TBA TNT

Want to watch the Bucks vs. Heat live in person?  Tickets are currently available on the StubHub.com website.  There are tickets available for all games with prices as low as $1 for the first few games, and as low as $17.75 to $75 for the other contests in the series.

Of course, there will be seven other playoff series to open the first round of the postseason, with the first games played on Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21.  Among the exciting matchups in the East will be Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks taking on Paul Pierce and the Celtics, and the first year for the new Brooklyn Nets team in the playoffs, taking on the battle-tested Bulls.

Eastern Conference:

#1 Miami Heat vs. #8 Milwaukee Bucks
#4 Brooklyn Nets vs. #5 Chicago Bulls
#2 NY Knicks vs. #7 Boston Celtics
#3 Indiana Pacers vs. #6 Atlanta Hawks

Western Conference:

#1 OKC Thunder vs. #8 Houston Rockets
#4 LA Clippers vs. #5 Memphis Grizzlies
#2 San Antonio Spurs vs. #7 LA Lakers
#3 Denver Nuggets vs. #6 Golden State Warriors

The Western Conference matchups are highlighted by James Harden returning with the Houston Rockets to face his former team, the Oklahoma City Thunder.  A Kobe Bryant-less Lakers team attempts to pull off an opening round upset of the San Antonio Spurs, while Chris Paul and the high-flying Clippers take on Zach Randolph and the defensive-minded Grizzlies.

The entire NBA Playoffs schedule can be seen here at ESPN.com.

For those looking to watch NBA playoffs games live streaming online, you'll want to keep an eye on games featured on ESPN's WatchESPN broadband sports network, or TNTOvertime website.  The WatchESPN service is available via various devices such as Xbox 360, smartphones, iPads, and other tablets, iPhones, and other mobile devices.  However, to use the service, one will need to have a cable or satellite service provider that allows use of the service.  Some providers, including DISH Network, have yet to enable this service.

With TNTOvertime at NBA.com, viewers can watch live feeds of games over the website, with multiple camera angles provided of the game at once.  Throughout the regular season, fans were able to vote for which players they wanted featured on camera, so this may be similar during the playoffs.

Either way, it'll be easy to enjoy playoff games in 2013, via your TV, live online, or by purchasing tickets to the latest games!  Check out NBA playoffs tickets here at StubHub.com!


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