For the third year in a row, NBL fans will get to see their sides take on some of the best in the business in the 2019 NBLxNBA series.
Looking to watch the matches? You’re in the right place – here we have all the information you need to watch NBLxNBA in 2019.
The NBL confirmed late before the series began that there are two options available to live stream the matches in the 2019 series.
Firstly, you can live stream them via SBS on Demand. This is free and easy, all you need to do is make a free account on the SBS website.
The second option is to use the NBL TV service. This allows you to stream every NBL match live via the NBL website, including these NBLxNBA matches.
NBL TV costs $5 per month to access, though some users may be able to make use of a one-month free trial to start the season.
It’s a good option for any viewers who’d like to live stream the rest of the NBL season as well as the NBLxNBA series.
Unfortunately, there’s no TV broadcast for NBLxNBA in 2019 – if you want to watch the matches, you’ll need to do so via a live stream.
If that’s not an option for you, The Roar will have live scores and blog of very match of the 2019 series here. Don’t miss it!
Three NBL teams – the Adelaide 36ers, New Zealand Breakers and Melbourne United – will go to the US for five pre-season games.
Adelaide get the series started against the Utah Jazz, while New Zealand and Melbourne play a further two games each against NBA opposition.
|Sun Oct 6||12:00 PM||Adelaide 36ers||Utah Jazz||Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City|
|Wed Oct 9||11:00 AM||New Zealand Breakers||Memphis Grizzlies||FedExForum, Memphis|
|Fri Oct 11||11:00 AM||New Zealand Breakers||Oklahoma City Thunder||Chesapeake Energy Center, Oklahoma City|
|Mon Oct 14||6:30 AM||Melbourne United||Los Angeles Clippers||STAPLES Center, Los Angeles|
|Wed Oct 16||1:00 PM||Melbourne United||Sacramento Kings||Golden 1 Center, Sacramento|