The Roar
The Roar

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

NBL Grand Final live stream and TV guide: Perth Wildcats vs Melbourne United

Autoplay in... 6 (Cancel)
Up Next No more videos! Playlist is empty -
Replay
Cancel
Next
7th March, 2019
0

The two best teams from the NBL season won their semi-finals in convincing fashion, and will now fight it out over a five-game series for the ultimate prize. This is The Roar’s guide on how to watch and stream the NBL grand final series between the Perth Wildcats and Melbourne United.

Perth got the better of the Brisbane Bullets in their semi-final series, while Melbourne thumped the Sydney Kings, with both ending on a 2-0 scoreline.

The first game of this series will be played on Friday, March 8 at the Perth Arena, with Perth to host Game 1, 3 and 5, while Melbourne have Game 2 and 4.

How to watch the series on TV

The series will be available in its entirety on Fox Sports, while Channel 9 also have increased coverage.

Fox Sports will broadcast all five games. To watch this coverage, you will need to have a valid Foxtel TV subscription, complete with the sports package.

Channel 9 will also broadcast at least the first four games (Game 5 still TBC) through 9Go.

If you are in Brisbane or Adelaide however, coverage of Games 1 and 3 will only be available on delay through the free to air network.

How to live stream the series online

Advertisement
Advertisement

If you are looking to stream the series online, then you will be able to do so through four different methods, with three of those working for the entire series.

The best option is to sign up for Kayo Sports. This allows you to live stream all the sports channels on Foxtel plus some selected other events for $25 per month.

If you would prefer to tune in through Foxtel’s dedicated streaming services, then you wil want to use either the Foxtel App or Foxtel Now.

The App is the better option if you already have a TV subscription, while Now is best if you only want to stream Foxtel channels. Again, you will need the sports package of channels for this to work.

NBL.TV will also carry the broadcast of every game of the finals series, with the subscription setting you have just $5 per month.

For those games shown on Channel 9 in your state, they will also be available on 9Now.

Full fixtures

Date Time (AEDT) Home Away Venue
Fri Mar 8 10:20pm Perth Wildcats Melbourne United Perth Arena
Sat Mar 10 2:50pm Melbourne United Perth Wildcats Melbourne Arena
Fri Mar 15 10:35pm Perth Wildcats Melbourne United Perth Arena
Sun Mar 17* 2:20pm Melbourne United Perth Wildcats Melbourne Arena
TBC* TBC Perth Wildcats Melbourne United Perth Arena
Advertisement
Advertisement

*Note: Games 4 and 5 will be played only if required.
** Schedule for Game 5 is still to be determined by the NBL.

Likely teams

Perth Wildcats
Point guard: Daniel Martin
Shooting guard: Bryce Cotton
Small forward: Greg Hire
Power forward: Nick Kay
Centre: Angus Brandt
Bench: Mitch Norton, Terrico White, Jesse Wagstaff, Clint Steindl, Tom Jervis, Rhys Vague

Melbourne United
Point guard: Casper Ware
Shooting guard: Mitch McCarron
Small forward: D.J. Kennedy
Power forward: David Barlow
Centre: Josh Boone
Bench: Chris Goulding, Tohi Smith-Milner, Craig Moller, Alex Pledger, Peter Hooley, Sam Short, Sam McDaniel, Jenky Vois, Daniel Trist

Here at The Roar, you will be able to tune into all the action with a live blog of all three games throughout the series.