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Warriors vs. Lakers Live Stream: Watch the Game NOW

The Warriors vs. Lakers live stream is happening tonight, and if you’re looking for a way to watch it online, we’ve got you covered. With two of the NBA’s top teams facing off, this is a fitting way to start the new season, so it’s not a game you’ll want to miss.

Although there’s no free Warriors vs. Lakers live stream, we can still hook you up with a cheap streaming package and save you some money. Read on to see everything you need to know about how to watch Warriors vs. Lakers online with Sling TV and more details about tonight’s NBA 2021-2022 season opener.

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Watch the Warriors vs. Lakers Live Stream Online

Fans in the U.S. can watch Warriors vs. Lakers on TNT, but there’s no free Warriors vs. Lakers live stream, unfortunately. For streamers who want to watch it online, the most cost-effective option is Sling TV. Unlike most streaming TV packages that typically ring in at $65 or more, Sling TV gives you some flexibility, allowing you to pay for what you need with one of three packages. The Sling Blue and Sling Orange plans each come in at $35 per month and both include TNT (as well as other sports channels), so you can use either one to watch the Warriors vs. Lakers live stream tonight.

You can also combine the two with the Sling Orange + Blue plan and get all 75 channels for just $50 per month, saving you $20. For a limited time, new subscribers can also get their first month of Sling Orange or Sling Blue for $10, or the first month of Sling Orange + Blue for just $20 — not a bad way to watch Warriors vs. Lakers online and save some cash on your new streaming bundle in the process.

The Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers are two giants in the NBA, but both teams had a spotty performance last year (the Warriors didn’t manage to make it to the playoffs). Stephen Curry and LeBron James will no doubt be eager to lead their teams back to the top in their first contest of the season tonight, despite the Lakers losing their last four warmup games — including two to the Warriors.

The Warriors vs. Lakers live stream airs tonight at 10 PM ET. If you’re looking to watch it online, then now’s the time to sign up for Sling TV (either the Blue plan, the Orange plan, or both) so you can watch Warriors vs. Lakers on TNT. Outside of the U.S.? No problem — sign up for ExpressVPN and you can watch the Warriors vs. Lakers live stream from almost anywhere in the world. This won’t give you access to a free Warriors vs. Lakers live stream, but it’ll help you bypass any annoying region-based broadcasting restrictions.

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