On March 31, the NBA’s playoff games will finally be televised live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
In the first time in NBA history, the game will be streamed on HBO Go, which is owned by Comcast, one of the biggest TV broadcasters in the world.
The games will be shown on ESPN2, ESPNU, TNT, TNT2, WatchESPN, SportsCenter, and many other channels.
This is a major step forward for online streaming, as the NBA has traditionally been one of those leagues that can’t be streamed live.
HBO will also be streaming the games online, as part of a partnership with Univision.
But you won’t be able to watch the NBA games on the NBA.com app, which the NBA is using to host the games.
In order to watch online, you’ll need to subscribe to HBO Go through HBO’s app.
That’s what’s happening for the NBA playoffs.
You can sign up for HBO Go for free, and you can watch the playoffs through HBO Go.
You’ll also need to pay for HBO subscriptions through HBO Now, HBO Go’s live streaming service.
HBO Now is available to everyone in the U.S. and Canada.
You also can get HBO Go streaming to your TV.
You won’t have to wait for the postseason to get your fix.
HBO is also offering a $5 discount for HBO subscribers in select markets during the NBA Finals, which begins March 16.
You have to pay the same $5 for the playoffs.
To watch online for the playoff games, you will need to have an HBO Go account.
HBO Go can be accessed using your browser or a mobile app.
HBO has partnered with Google to offer the NBA app for free for users of the Android and iOS operating systems.
To sign up to the HBO Go app, go to hb.com/go and search for the channel you want to watch.
Once you find the channel, go ahead and sign up.
HBO says that all your favorite games will stream on HBO GO.
You will need the HBO GO app to stream the NBA playoff game, as well as the games from the NBA All-Star Game, NBA Summer League, and the NBA Draft.
HBO also says that the NBA will have live commentary on the game, and NBA Live 18 will be available in the app as well.
If you want a better look at the NBA Playoffs, you can check out our complete coverage of the playoffs, including how to watch all the games on your device and what to watch live on TV.
The NBA Finals are slated to start on March 31 and run through April 5.